I would never have guessed in a million years that I would have loved cabbage! I couldn't stop eating this dish, the cabbage was so sweet and delicious.
i loooveed this, very nice way to have cabbage!!! congrats.
Yum! I used a whole cabbage, therefore I used more butter. I also had to cook it much longer than written, but that was probably due to the increased amount. When it was finished (about 30+ minutes) it was delicious, and we finished it off in three servings! Served with Asian Pork Tenderloin.
This was something new to us, but we enjoyed it. Thanks!
Delish! I'm not a fan of cooked cabbage, but this looked interesting and from all the great reviews I thought I would give it a try. It was wonderful! :D I used a light butter for it. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
Yum, even my husband ate it! Slicing thinly is the key to keeping this tasty.
Awesome! I love the flavor that the caramelization brings. I make this very very often and even guests who don't normally like cabbage like this dish. I can't help but add a few shots of dry sherry as well! I tried this with napa cabbage as well, and while it was good, I think its best with regular green cabbage. Fabulous technique and a delicious easy side dish...who could ask for more?
I had really high hopes that I would love this dish (since I love raw cabbage) and based upon the reviews I thought I couldn't go wrong....but it was just "Ok" to me. I won't dare rate a recipe based upon my opinion of cabbage because I've never been a cooked cabbage fan. That being said...I'm rating this based upon my mother's review of it who's a cabbage fiend and she liked it a lot and liked it even reheated the next day. She thought it was very flavorful and liked the carmelizing of it. She took the recipe home with her and while she has another recipe for cabbage that she likes a bit more...she feels this is a great change of pace and one she'll make again. Thanks for posting!