Second time making this. The cooking level needs to be much lower and the amount of time cooked needs to by less than half as much even with a lower cooking level. I would recommend more butter too.
This is a wonderful basic recipe that you can add things to. I decided to do what one person did: spread cooked white rice on the bottom of a pan, layered the cooked cabbage over it, layered fried slices of kielbasa and then sprinkle shredded mozzarella all over it and put it in the oven until the cheese melted and started to brown a bit. Made for Chef Alphabet Soup.
I can now say I like cabbage 2 ways- cole slaw and frizzled!! I made pretty much as directed, and we loved it! Served on the side of pork bbq. It didn't need 20 mins. on the stove- 10-15 is plenty. I added some carrot ribbons, for color. I think the 2 of us could eat twice this amount, no problem! I love how the cabbage gets sweet...
Delicious and easy. I also added some thinly sliced onions.
I absolutely love this!! Added two slivered carrots and cooked until brown and lightly caramelized ~~
have made this several times now. at times i add onion and garlic powder along with hot sauce. definitely a keeper.
I had no idea it was this easy to prepare cabbage! This will become a regular in our household -- cheap, fast, and easy. I made this as a side to some veggie pasta and felt it was pretty filling. Thanks for sharing!
We love cabbage and use it in recipes often or as side dishes, but this is probably the best way we've ever eaten it. Thank you.
I, too, grew up on this, although it took a bit of maturing before I began to appreciate it properly. My version starts out with a big cast iron skillet, very little oil instead of butter, cooking until just short of fork tender,then about a 1/4 cup beer and into the oven, perhaps with a bit of red pepper flakes or spicy sausage, topped with shredded cheddar and under the broiler til the cheese gets brown and bubbly
What more can I add...another winner. My family & I love this. I have used a similar fried cabbage recipe in the past, so I did add onion & bacon. Definitely will be making again. Thanks for sharing!