5 Reviews

I made so many substitutions that it may not count as the same recipe anymore, but it turned out pretty well. I sauteed ginger with garlic in olive oil, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce, plus a little honey and ground pepper. This made a thin glaze, which I added to white beans and broccoli over low heat until the broccoli was steamed.

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lindseyv January 27, 2010

This was great - colorful, unusual, and tasty. I used smaller quantities of everything with probably less oil proportionally. The balsamic vinegar really makes it, without being too overwhelming. Thanks for posting!

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Mymble October 28, 2005

this was okay, but not "oh wow great". even though i cut the recipe in half, it still made quite a lot. i misread the recipe and did not refrigerate overnight, but wil try again and see if that helps.

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Deborah1 June 10, 2002

Scrummy!what a lovely side dish,just before serving I sprinkeld some fresh coriander over the dish.Would go well with currys as an unusual side dish.

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Norahs Girl October 25, 2001
Red Cabbage with Ginger and Balsamic Vinegar