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    Veggies: Cavalcade of Cabbage

    [Cover photo by Derf.] Cabbage recipes (includes bok choy and sauerkraut). For cole slaw recipes, see my cookbook Salads: Old King Cole Slaw . Stuffed cabbage recipes appear in my cookbook Stuff It! , which is sorted by type of vegetable. For other greens, see my cookbooks Veggies: Green Green (miscellaneous greens) and Veggies: Popeye's Galley (spinach).
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    An interesting vegetable mixture, elevated by an unusual mixture of seasonings. Leftovers taste even better the next day.

    Recipe #226810

    This is a to die for recipe! Not healthy, but worth it once in awhile :) It's my mom's recipe (I'm sure you've heard that one before :)

    Recipe #189274

    This is a traditional Polish sauerkraut recipe that my late sister Elizabeth and I developed together. This recipe was submitted to WNED TV for their ethnic cookbook and it was published in 2002. It freezes well and is great with sausages, kielbasa, stuffed pork chops, hot dogs, or breaded pork or chicken cutlets. Serve with boiled small new potatoes with melted butter and dill, some good rye bread, and dill pickles. The kapusta can be cooked entirely on top of the stove over low heat, stirring frequently. You can top it with wieners, thick ham slices, or precooked sausages for last 30 minutes of baking. Or top it with kielbasa for last 30 minutes or so, or slice the kielbasa and bury it in the kapusta at the beginning of baking. Brown pork chops both sides, bury them in the kapusta and bake for 1-1/2 hours until meat is done. The yield given is an estimate.

    Recipe #148768

    4 Reviews |  By Derf

    A nice change for a side that will go with almost anything. (from Diabetic Cooking) Dietary exchange - 1 starch

    Recipe #58816

    We had this excellent side dish last night with some Chinese steamed fish and jasmine rice...it was wonderful and SO easy! This is a recipe I tweaked a bit from a book called, simply, Dim Sum by Vicki Liley

    Recipe #74827

    Adapted from Ina Garten's "Parties" cookbook, this sounds banal, but is a lovely vegetable side. Very simple and very flavorful.

    Recipe #110718

    This is our New Year's Day cabbage dish. My husband, who is not a cabbage lover, will actually eat this and ask for seconds.

    Recipe #49583

    Creamy cabbage baked with cheese and topped with buttered cracker crumbs! Yum!

    Recipe #142397

    Love Sauerkraut? You have to try this! Easy and very good!

    Recipe #142042

    Cooked cabbage was not so well-received by some of my family until I discovered this recipe--family enjoys it now with no complaints!

    Recipe #108033

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe is a bit different than any already posted here on Recipezaar and it is exceptionally good. After mellowing for two days in the fridge it is still crunchy and as the title says - very spicy - like hot. The recipe was in a pamphlet that was left at my house. Serve this as a side dish-a garnish that will enhance the flavor of your meal

    Recipe #130619

    A family favorite, and a wonderful way to serve cabbage! Tip: I keep my bacon dripping in ice cube containers then freeze for recipes such as this one, the bacon drippings seem give so much extra flavor to a recipe. You'll love this!

    Recipe #130265

    You can eat as much of this 0-point Weight Watchers cabbage soup as you like. It's so good for you.

    Recipe #128956

    So simple, yet different. We just got back from Jamaica, and this was a salad we ate quite often. Most restaurants we went to served this as their "garden salad" and it was always served with thousand island dressing. We loved it so much, we made it as soon as we got back.

    Recipe #83093

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This really doesn't taste like dessert but it sure tastes good. You may cut back on the splenda/sugar a bit and on the crumb/butter topping to cut back on calories Refreshing taste. Cabbage & apples are still crunchy giving it a nice texture.

    Recipe #96588

    10 Reviews |  By Sidd

    A nice combination of sweet and tart. My sister makes this for all our family gatherings.

    Recipe #50652

    This is a mild salsa that you can heat up with how ever many peppers you wish to add. The cabbage absorbes the flavors of all the other ingredients. This is a great party food. Cook time is the chilling time.

    Recipe #37237

    This is a recipe from Saturday Evening Post. A little different then the other posted. Try it!

    Recipe #120198

    An almost vegetarian alternative to a meat loaf with some of the same flavours as stuffed cabbages but probably a bit quicker to make. Vegetarian if you leave out the bacon, of course, but the bacon adds SO much flavour. Serve with a salad and tzaziki as a sauce, or your favourite tomato or vegetable sauce or salsa or with my warm cucumber sauce, recipe for Salmon Loaf and Cucumber Sauce #118672. The preparation time includes ten minutes for the mixture to cool.

    Recipe #119257

    Raise the lowly cabbage to something extraordinary! This technique of sautéing brings out a wonderful sweetness you never knew existed in cabbage. You can add different spices to this recipe: curry, caraway seeds, or hot pepper sauce are just suggestions. But try it plain first! Adapted from The Low-Carb Cookbook by Fran McCullough

    Recipe #83524

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