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A great, easy dish that cooked right along with the leg of lamb sharing its oven space. Both were done in two hours, and didn't go with the extra 15 minutes, because the veggies were already just right. I threw a couple of Yukon gold potatoes, halved, on top of the cabbage and carrots and it worked out just fine. Lovely, delicious dish! Many thanks.
A healthy,and inexpensive side dish that cooks itself! What more could anyone want? Cabbage, from the Cruciferae family doesn't get all the accolades it deserves in terms a wonderfully healthy food. It is low in calories, high in fiber and some studies are looking at it's benefits toward protecting us from certain cancers. Did you know that it is extremely high in Vitamin C? I've made this twice and thoroughly enjoyed it. Last night I had to rescue it, hiding it from my son who stopped over and popped a wedge into his mouth every time he passed it cooling on the counter! I followed the directions except I used a little less olive oil only because I wanted a few less calories. The only negative point and it's minor was the long cooking time. However, I waited until I had several other dished to bake so it wasn't an issue, I would hate to have to heat the oven for two hours just for this. The Food Police writes you a ticket of merit for this, Mary Lou, thanks!
Very good! I wish there were guidelines on how much red pepper flakes to use, however. I used too much and it turned out very spicy, but still tasty. I will make this again!
This sounded so good. But I wanted an entire meal that I could make in one pan. I followed the recipe but added thin slices of granny smith apples and chicken thighs. Covered it the entire cooking period and it was heavenly.
YUM!! We LOVED this!! Thanks so much for sharing! :O)
Good, very simple cabbage dish. Made on a cold day, served with corned beef. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I liked this cabbage dish. Nothing about it really stood out, but my kids did eat it. This is a good no effort side!