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!
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.
This is the best tasting cabbage I have ever eaten. It is my new go to recipe for St. Patrick's Day corned beef and cabbage. Thanks for you.
Had leftover cabbage from St. Pat's. This is great and would be very adaptable! Thanks for posting!
Really nice way to prepare cabbage. Loved the sherry. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
this is very good......try it with a little bit of smoked pork shoulder or butt
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.
This is yummy! The Sherry is a keeper as well as the chicken broth. Thanks Julesong.
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.