Abc's Sauteed Apple, Brussels Sprouts and Cabbage

Abc's  Sauteed Apple, Brussels Sprouts and  Cabbage created by breezermom

A healthy side nicely seasoned with onion, garlic, nutmeg and parsley. This side is rich in nutrition and fiber, cabbage is an absolutely phenomenal source of Vitamin C also Vitamin A, E and B, rich in iron and sulfur. This is a good thing to add to your diet if trying to lower blood cholesterol. Just skip the butter!

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  • In a large heavy bottom pan heat butter and oil. Add onions and brown slightly over high heat for 5 minutes stirring not to burn.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Lower heat to medium and add garlic and stir inches Add apple and stir to deglaze. Add cabbage and Brussels sprouts. Stir in juice, nutmeg and parsley simmer stove top till tender. Or place in 350 oven till tender about 20 minutes.
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"A healthy side nicely seasoned with onion, garlic, nutmeg and parsley. This side is rich in nutrition and fiber, cabbage is an absolutely phenomenal source of Vitamin C also Vitamin A, E and B, rich in iron and sulfur. This is a good thing to add to your diet if trying to lower blood cholesterol. Just skip the butter!"

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  1. breezermom
    Abc's  Sauteed Apple, Brussels Sprouts and  Cabbage Created by breezermom
  2. breezermom
    I made this tonight, and it is delicious. I did find it a little sweet, so next time I'll mix the apple juice with chicken stock, and maybe increase the brussel sprouts a little (I love brussel sprouts!). Thanks for sharing!
  3. Rita1652
    Abc's  Sauteed Apple, Brussels Sprouts and  Cabbage Created by Rita1652
  4. Rita1652
    Abc's  Sauteed Apple, Brussels Sprouts and  Cabbage Created by Rita1652
  5. Rita1652
    A healthy side nicely seasoned with onion, garlic, nutmeg and parsley. This side is rich in nutrition and fiber, cabbage is an absolutely phenomenal source of Vitamin C also Vitamin A, E and B, rich in iron and sulfur. This is a good thing to add to your diet if trying to lower blood cholesterol. Just skip the butter!
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