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Excellent!

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ms_nlittle April 10, 2011

This was amazing as a St. Patty's Day side dish with corned beef! I didn't have any sherry on hand unfortunately, but I'm sure it would only make it better. Great recipe!

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NCSouthernBelle March 17, 2011

This was awesome! I just made it for the 2nd time and my wife and even our 7-year-old son loves it! It has become a family favorite! Next time I might try a vegetable broth recipe from Dr. Weil's book instead of the chicken broth.

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b`rad January 23, 2011

Had leftover cabbage from St. Pat's. This is great and would be very adaptable! Thanks for posting!

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cookingalong March 22, 2015

Really nice way to prepare cabbage. Loved the sherry. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview September 23, 2014

this is very good......try it with a little bit of smoked pork shoulder or butt

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gregliana1 September 17, 2014

This certainly was NOT gourmet food, but I wasn't looking for gourmet fare. I wanted comfort food, easy and good, and that's what I got. I had a half head of cabbage I wanted to use, and a can of chicken broth, and decided this would work. I can't wait for it to finish. Very tasty and a recipe I will be using lots.

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~Bliss~ March 18, 2014

This is yummy! The Sherry is a keeper as well as the chicken broth. Thanks Julesong.

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Kookee doe December 16, 2013

I can't believe what a difference the chicken broth made! I've been making "boiled dinner" for 30 years...and I'm such a purist that I never even considered changing my mom's recipe. I used your recipe as a jumping off point. I sauteed 1/8 cups onion in 1 Tbl. of butter, then added the cabbage, chicken broth, a 4 ounce chunk of ham and 3 potatoes quartered. The difference was subtle but so amazingly better.<br/>Thank you so much for posting.

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Deely October 26, 2013

Great cabbage dish. I used a small cabbage from the garden and threw in some cut-up kielbasa sausage for a quick meal with smashed potatoes and corn. thanks!

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lolablitz October 22, 2013
Simmered Cabbage