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SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,528
10/28/18 7:42 A

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Cabbage can be eaten raw, steamed, boiled, roasted, sautéed, or stuffed.

Steam, slather with butter and sprinkle caraway seeds atop..an easy side for a pork chop dinner.

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10/17/18 8:47 A

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Those are great suggestions! Thanks


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URBANREDNEK Posts: 4,042
10/17/18 8:45 A

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Here are a couple of articles that will give you a starting point (although there are some soup suggestions, there are other options):

www.sparkpeople.com/blog/blog.asp?post=11_
healthy_cabbage_recipes


www.sparkpeople.com/resource/slideshow.asp
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Personally, one of my favourite easy meals is doing a quick stir-fry of shredded cabbage with onions / mushrooms / garlic / random-other-veggies, some leftover cooked meat, and using either a purchased hoisin sauce or some leftover homemade sauce (I always make extra meats and sauces and freeze in portions).

Another easy option is to do "deconstructed cabbage rolls", where you just cook all of the ingredients together using shredded cabbage (can do it in a casserole dish in the oven, using the slow-cooker or pressure cooker, or even just saute on the stove) and skipping the "roll" part.

I also enjoy cabbage as a cooked side dish. To me, it tastes great whether steamed in chunks, or roasted in chunks (coat in a little oil and add spices to taste), or sliced in to "steaks" and grilled (again - a bit of oil and spice to taste).

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10/17/18 8:29 A

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that doesn't involve soup? All the recipes I've found involve lots of bacon, or cream. I don't want to coat it wth fat just to make it palatable.


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