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yeah, me too. No rice though, it makes my blood sugar CLIMB

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Now I'm getting hungry for Cabbage. I'm going to have to add it to my grocery list.

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ground beef and rice, with a tomato-soup/Worcestershire sauce.

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what do you put in stuffed cabbage?

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10/31/10 9:55 A

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I've cooked it low and slow in a covered dish in the oven, with tomato sauce and spices. It gets really sweet and is like having only the cabbage portion of stuffed cabbage. Really good as a side dish. Or do the same but tossed with a little butter & sprinkled at the end with grated cheese.

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Thanks for all the good ideas!
I like cabbage in all forms, and will try some of these that are neew to me!

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Lots of yummy ideas!

I am not a fancy cook. I place chopped up cabbage leaves in a tupperware steamer with about 1 to 1.5 Tblsp water and microwave on high for 5 - 7 min. Living in South Louisiana, I season it with Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning. Taste great! (we use so much Tony's seasoning here in Louisiana that some use it as a verb....as in, "Then I Tony'ed the cabbage.")

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I love raw cabbage but because I have a thyroid problem I can not have cabbage raw or any member of the cabbage family raw. So it is a good thing that I like cabbage and all it's family members cooked also...

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The slow cooker recipes sound great. I'm not too fond of raw cabbage, so I eat it cooked in cold weather. I brown a little country ham or salt pork in a big pot, and then dump in an entire head of cabbage (cored) and a bunch of carrots, all cut in big chunks. I grind some pepper in, and then cook it till it's pretty soft. I find it's a good way to get some vegetables into my winter diet.

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Brown some lean grass fed ground beef in a skillet with chopped onions, salt, pepper, and celery seed. When the beef is browned add chopped cabbage on the top. Turn the heat off, cover, and let it sit about 5 minutes. Then eat. Yummmmm!

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I make my cabbage rolls in the crock pot too. I have in mind a sauerkraut and pork chops casserole of some sort, but haven't worked out the details yet. Pork Chops, apples, sauerkraut, probably caraway seeds, some low fat sour cream and probably some potatoes. LOL! Sounds definitive, doesn't it?

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10/24/10 9:35 A

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EMMABABE1, I'm thinking your recipe could be made in a slow cooker, too. I'm going to have to try it!

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Cole slaw with crushed pineapple (or diced apples with skin), roughly chopped pecans, raisins, and a little plain yogurt (or pineapple yogurt or any flavor yogurt).

Thank you for the roasting idea--sounds very yummy!

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Try roasting it!

Cut it into small hunks. Put the cabbage on a cooking tray, spray with olive oil and sprinkle with caraway seeds or cumin or whatever you fancy. Roast at 400 deg F for somewhere between 30 and 45 minutes until cabbage starts to brown.

Yum!

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Does bok choy count as cabbage? Quick steam and fast saute with a little garlic and soy sauce and a hit of toasted sesame oil at the end is the easiest, but cabbage in general is a popular "filler" vegetable in many Asian dishes -- pot stickers, for one -- and it's the main ingredient that gives okonomiyaki its "heft." Okonomiyaki is a savory "pancake" that has many regional differences all over Japan and it's just basically delicious. :)

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can't stand cooked cabbage and only way I will eat cabbage is occasionally when someone else bothers to do it or buy alreadyprepared cole slaw. emoticon

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i LOVE cabbage in my salad! (do not really like it cooked)

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Layer red cabbage, drumhead or sugar loaf cabbage with apple and sweet onion, add carraway seeds and cidre vinegar and cover - casserole slowly in oven!!



 
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I use Ham Hocks and potatos...

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corned beef and cabbage is the only way I have fixed it due to my digestive tract not agreeing with it. Can only eat small portion, otherwise I would use it a lot more.

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I put caraway seeds in my pork and saurKraut, as well. it really adds something to it.

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Corned beef and cabbage,and that cabbage ramen noodle salad(got that recipe from Cooks.com)

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stuffed cabbage, cabbage & sausage soup. a whole bunch of different ways

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Only as cole slaw. Can make it from scratch but generally buy it as my husband and I are the only ones that will eat it (and sometimes not even my husband).



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I usually saute mine in a little butter.....YUM....
Leaving the lid on the pot means it is lovely and moist.....

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stuffed cabbage, red cabbage german style, just cut up with caraway seeds.



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I love to saute cabbage in a little olive oil or grapeseed oil, and a little Mrs. Dash Rosemary and Garlic.


It's all GOOD!


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Here's what we made last night:

3 slices of low sodium bacon, chopped into small pieces, put it the bottom of a large sauce pan. Chop one large head of cabbage, pout on top of the bacon pieces. Mix a small amount (about 1/4 cup or maybe a little less) of chicken bullion and pour over the top of the cabbage. Cover and cook over medium low heat until the cabbage begins to shrink. Stir a few times but cook until cabbage is tender but not mushy. Add a sprinkle of Nature's Seasoning.

The bacon adds flavor without too many calories and boy if you need help getting your fiber this will do the trick!

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Not sure if its my eastern European roots or what but I can eat cabbage almost any way its served! Love it!! Oh, and I think the recipe above helps with the smell too, you can smell more bacon than cabbage.

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Corned beef and cabbage. my favorite way to eat it, other than pork and saurkraut.

I can tell my girls that I'm making pork and saurkraut for dinner and suddenly I have a houseful to dinner instead of just hubby and I. LOL

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10/22/10 8:14 P

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I like to mix cole slaw mix with Marzetti Light Cole Slaw Dressing.

I also like to do the following:

Saute chopped onion and bell pepper. Add smoked turkey sausage cut in 1 inch slices. Add sliced carrots, cut up potato, and a chopped granny smith apple, a little chicken stock (Kitchen Basics in a box). Cook until potatoes and carrots are done. Luscious with a bit of sweet German mustard for dipping the sausages.

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I'm with Katesacutup. I do like red cabbage and sauerkraut though, and I'm very happy it comes in those handy jars from the store!




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Cabbage soup from the old cabbage soup diet. I loved that soup. Also corned beef and cabbage. DH isn't too fond of that so I usually limit that meal to March 17th

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Not sure why this went through twice...must be my spaghetti brains. emoticon

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I prepare mine in stir fry,steamed or coleslaw. Another thing I do is make the so called "diet soup" with it and add tarragon and other spices. I eat alot of it when I get respitory infections--just something about all the tomatoes and tarragon. But that is the only time I eat that soup.

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I love cabbage beef soup. It is great fresh but tastes even better on day 2.

1 pound ground beef
1 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp pepper
2 stalks celery chopped
16 oz can kidney beans
1/2 head cabbage
28 oz can tomatoes including liquid
1 cup water
4 beef bullion cubes

Brown meat and drain. Add all ingredients to put and boil for one hour.

I also use cabbage for a good vinegar slaw.

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My absolute favorite way is cabbage rolls, but I like it all ways.

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I make a simple cole slaw with cabbage slaw, broccoli slaw, apples, celery and walnuts, using light Miracle Whip for the dressing. My husband loves it! :)

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I love cabbage, and it is not just for coleslaw!

Here's a a couple of great low cal recipes.

Zesty Kielbasa Stir-Fry (234 calories per serving)

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 pinch red pepper flakes
2 tablespoons prepared brown mustard
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 lb polska kielbasa, cut in half and then sliced thin
1 onion, sliced
1 green onion, sliced
4 carrots, cut into matchsticks
1/4 cup water
1/2 head cabbage, chopped
6 ounces broccoli slaw mix (1/2 a bag)

1. Heat up a large frying pan or wok on med-high heat.

2. Add garlic powder, paprika, turmeric, and red pepper flakes to dry pan. Stir, let the spices heat up in the dry pan for about 1 minute. This releases the aromatic oils and helps the spices to blend.

3. To the spices add olive oil, kielbasa, both onions, and the carrots. Stir to combine and cook 5-7 minutes, or until carrot begins to get tender.

4. Add prepared mustard, water, cabbage, and broccoli slaw. Stir fry until cabbage is crisp-tender, about 5 minutes.

5. Serve over rice


WW Vegetable Soup (22 calories per serving!)

3 cups nonfat beef broth or 3 cups nonfat vegetable broth or 3 cups nonfat chicken broth
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tablespoon tomato paste
2 cups chopped cabbage
1/2 yellow onion
1/2 cup chopped carrot
1/2 cup green beans
1/2 teaspoon basil
1/2 teaspoon oregano
salt & pepper to taste

1.Spray pot with non stick cooking spray saute onions carrots and garlic for 5 minutes.

2. Add broth, Tomato paste, cabbage, green beans, basil, oregano and Salt & Pepper to taste.

3. Simmer for a about 5-10 minutes until all vegetables are tender then add the zuccini and simmer for another 5 or so minutes.

4. I have tried different variations. Leaving out green beans. Adding chopped green onions in addition to the yellow onion.

5. All very good. You can customise it a bit.

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I don't care for coleslaw, but I like cabbage steamed with a little margarine and Mrs. Dash added to it. I also like it cooked with baked chicken, potatoes, and carrots.



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I toss my cabbage with other vegetables like sweet peppers carrots and a little ginger and garlic. Taste good emoticon .

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Lazy Cabbage Roll Casserole in the crockpot:

Here's a rough estimate. YOu can probably find a more accurate recipe somewhere. We don't usually measure!

Brown 1 lb ground beef (you don't have to, but it is better if you do!)

In crockpot layer 4-5 c cabagge diced and some diced onion. Add about 1 cup rice, the ground beef. Cover with some kind of tomato. We usually use a mix of canned tomatoes, tomato soup,etc. We've even used fresh tomatoes and tomato past.

Cook on low 6-8 hours - cabbage will be nice and tender.

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I either steam it or I make cole slaw using a low fat cole slaw dressing.

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My favorite way to use cabbage is to include it in pad Thai--rice noodles, protein (shrimp, tofu, or chicken), stir-fried cabbage & other veggies, all mixed together with peanut-spice-soy sauce. YUMMMMMMM!

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How do you prepare cabbage? Do you boil it? Make it into a slaw? Sir Fry with it? How so you like to use cabbage?

If you have a recipe or link to one on SP, please share.

I like Cole slaw but vary what I put on top of the cabbage. I just got a food order from the States and one case that I got has 6 bottles of a Dressing for Cole Slaw. I do not know the brand so I hope I like it. I also love "Oriental Cabbage Salad" which has Ramen noodles and a dressing made of Soy sauce and the spice packet from the noodles.

How do you prepare CABBAGE?

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