Cabbage Apple Cinnamon Casserole (Vegetarian Too!)
photo by Debbwl
- Ready In:
- 1hr 20mins
- Chop cabbage in pieces.
- Add to boiling water and cook for about 4 minutes; DRAIN.
- Spray casserole dish with Canola Oil spray or equivilent.
- Mix peeled apple slices and cinnamon together.
- Layer cabbage, apples, sugar and breadcrumbs in that order; continue until finish layers.
- Make sure last layer breadcrumbs are on top.
- Melt butter and pour over top.
- Cover with aluminum foil and bake at 180 degrees (350) for about 50 minutes.
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I agree even people that don't like cabbage will love this recipe. I cut the recipe back to two servings, shredded the cabbage did not precook it. I had one 1 1/2" layer of cabbage and two small apples followed the recipe baked covered for 35 minutes. I will make this again thanks for posting mickeydownunder
Mickey, after having seen Deb's wonderful photo and reading the recipe, I made this tonight. It went with chicken kebabs in a lemon-pepper sauce, and I also wrapped the the kebabs in bacon. We had peas with it, and 2-minute noodles for my DH!! I wasn't having any extra carbs!! My photo does not even pretend to be good -- PLEASE make Deb's photo the default -- I thought that was a classically good photo! I had to use the artificial kitchen lights. I had to cut your recipe in half (we're only two!!) I also did not peel the sweet apple, and merely cut it into thin slices. I followed your instructions otherwise. It was a fantastic side dish, nicely sweet -- I probably also added more cinnamon than the recipe states -- love it!! A fantastic side dish which will be made often in my kitchen! And keep in mind -- I am mildly diabetic -- but this is right up my street. Great recipe, thanks, Mickey!!
What a delightful new way to enjoy cabbage! As a rule we like our cabbage flavored with chilies, soy sauce and other such savory ingredients, but the apple and sugar really make this a delightful change of pace that was quickly gobbled up. Made one minor change in that I cut the butter in half and gave the top a quick spray with cooking spray to make up for the cut in butter. Will make again, thanks for the post.
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