This is a wonderful way to cook cabbage. I believe that you could use other types of cabbage. The ingredients used all tied together nicely, and the cabbage flavor was pleasing. The directions were very easy to follow. This recipe now goes into my tried & true cookbook, to be used again! Thanks for sharing this lovely dish, Mimi.
Very nice! I served this with roast lamb and potatoes, both crusted with herbs and spices. The mild creamy cabbage made a great contrast to these. I took the liberty of adding a little salt and pepper, otherwise followed the recipe. A simple, comfort-food kind of dish.
Great recipe! I love the flavour of Savoy, but always just made it mashed with potatoes and butter. This is much more appetizing! Used regular stock though, i.e. with salt, and added a tad of nutmeg (for me, that's the only spice that goes with Savoy). Made my own bread crumbs from stale baguette. Served it with smoked pork chops (Kasseler) and boiled potatoes.
This is really delicious! We used a green cabbage rather than savoy and thickened the gravy with rice flour rather than wheat flour. On impulse, we also threw some leftover cut-up chicken into the gravy. We skipped the breadcrumbs and lemon because we didn't have them, but we'll try them next time.
We really enjoyed this cabbage. We don't usually make casseroles out of vegies, but I wanted to something different. We had a bit of goat cheese and added that to the sauce, but left everything else the same. We'll make this often. Thanks Mimi!
This is the only way I can get my fiance to eat cabbage. I added some parsley and pepper to the sauce to give it some more flavor. It seemed a little bland without. It disappeared very quickly. Thanks for the recipe!
This is a nice cabbage dish. It had a very simple, but good flavor. Next time I will try to add something for a little extra flavor. Paprika and garlic were great suggestions from some of the other reviewers. I do have to say that the leftovers weren't nearly as good the next day. It seems to be best to eat it all up right away.
Tasty! A great recipe for my cookbook. I made a main dish out of it by putting in about 1/2 cut up chicken breast that was with some leftover stock from a previous meal. I also added minced garlic, a little bit of bacon and salt and pepper to taste. The casserole was the whole meal.
Best cabbage I ever had. Flavorful, healthy, and satisfying.I added a little garlic powder to the cabbage mixture, then sprinkled paprika over the breadcrumbs.