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This is the recipe that I use, to get my husband to eat cooked cabbage, but if you add sliced ONIONS to the fry pan the dish takes on a whole new flavor--- like carmalized onions! It is delicious -believe me!
My family is very fussy but I put this on the table and didn't tell them what it was...no one asked either. They all liked it very much but I would add much more basalmic vinegar next time. I think it needs more flavor. Instead of chopping my own cabbage I used cole slaw mix from the store. I will make this again soon!
This is delicious! I used garlic powder as I had run out of garlic, the sweet and sour flavour in this dish is really nice. Thanks for posting Lennie. =)
This was really good, Lennie! I used chopped onions instead of garlic, plain vinegar, and butter. Had this tonight with chappatis for a very nice dinner.
Normally a recipe would have to knock my socks off before I gave it a 5 but this cabbage was great (I'm not the biggest cabbage fan). I will certainly make it again.
Made this with Mark from Yooperland's crockpot ham & Miss Erin's garlic taters for a New Years Day meal. Very Irish & delicious. I also used some broad cabbage leaves, torn, not shredded, & cooked in a dutch oven with lid, instead of a skillet. Came out perfect. Hubby actually thanked me for the meal!
Really yummy, thanks Lennie, I used balsamic vinegar and it was delicious, will definately be making this again!
Maybe my cabbage was too big but we didn't think this dish had a whole lot of flavor. Will try again but double the brown sugar and vinegar.
I like cabbage, but not everyone in my family feels the same way. They enjoyed this, actually eating what was on their plates. Really tasty.
I agree that this recipe could do with a bit more flavour and would suggest doubling the flavouring ingredients