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Cheesy Scalloped Cabbage

Cheesy Scalloped Cabbage created by LindaS

I got this recipe in high school home ec class back in the 60's and I still make it and love it.

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  • Cook the cabbage in boiling water 5 - 7 minutes until just tender. Drain.
  • Prepare the white sauce: Melt butter over med. heat and add flour. Cook for 2 minutes stirring constantly. Add milk, salt and nutmeg, stir continually until thick.
  • Prepare bread crumbs: In saute pan melt butter and add crumbs, stir to coat crumbs with butter and remove from heat.
  • Add the cheese to the white sauce.
  • In a buttered casserole dish layer the cabbage and white sauce.
  • Top with crumbs.
  • Bake at 400 degrees until crumbs turn a medium golden brown 15 - 20 minutes.
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  1. LindaS
    Cheesy Scalloped Cabbage Created by LindaS
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  2. LindaS
    This is exactly the flavor I remember my mother and grandmother making in the 50s and 60s! It is so good, I am happy to make a whole meal of it, while my DH has a pork steak, too. After the two of us had dinner, there was just enough for me to enjoy the next day for lunch. The only substitution I did was to use regular dry breadcrumbs instead of fresh.<br/><br/>I was unsure of how much a "small cabbage" should yield. One person's small is another person's medium. I cut fresh cabbage into approx. 1-inch cubes until I had about 9-10 cups. After boiling, the cabbage measured about 6 cups. IMHO, that was just right for the amount of sauce.<br/><br/>Yum!!!
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  3. Northern Star
    I got this recipe in high school home ec class back in the 60's and I still make it and love it.
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