Danish Browned Cabbage With Caraway

Danish Browned Cabbage With Caraway created by Darkhunter

This cabbage goes well with pork. It is a traditional Danish dish. The caraway gives it a lovely flavor. You do not add any water with this recipe. It is cooked on the lowest number on your stove - there is enought moisture in thc cabbage that comes out as it slowly cooks. I cover the pot after adding the caraway seeds. Remember to stir each time you pass the stove. As mentioned by Swedish Chef in her review her MIL added an apple - I tried it and it is excellent. Thanks SW

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2hrs 10mins
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  • Melt Bacon dripping in a saucepan (or heat oil).
  • Add cabbage.
  • cook on low heat for 30 minutes.
  • Add caraway seeds, continue cooking for at least another 1 1/2 hours. I have had it on for 4 hours.
  • Give the pot a stir every time you pass by the stove.
  • The cabbage will be golden brown when it is done.
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"This cabbage goes well with pork. It is a traditional Danish dish. The caraway gives it a lovely flavor. You do not add any water with this recipe. It is cooked on the lowest number on your stove - there is enought moisture in thc cabbage that comes out as it slowly cooks. I cover the pot after adding the caraway seeds. Remember to stir each time you pass the stove. As mentioned by Swedish Chef in her review her MIL added an apple - I tried it and it is excellent. Thanks SW"
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  1. Darkhunter
    Danish Browned Cabbage With Caraway Created by Darkhunter
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  2. Bergy
    Danish Browned Cabbage With Caraway Created by Bergy
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  3. The_Swedish_Chef
    Denmark is close enough to Holland that I don't know which country influenced which, but my Dutch MIL made a dish identical to this...with the addition of apples put into the cabbage. That's the way that I made it, using all of Bergy's incredients but with some nice apple chunks thrown in. Served with a lush pork roast and roasted parsnips, there wasn't a smidge of this dish remaining for leftovers! GREAT simple, easy and tasty recipe, Bergy!
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  4. Darkhunter
    Loved this, Bergy! I think I had mine on for about 2 hours or so.....Made for a lovely lunch with some veggie fritters. Thnx for posting! Made for KcK's Forum's Scandinavia Kitchen.
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  5. Robyn
    This was very good, I thought I had the caraway but i did not so i just did what was suggested and used a lot of black pepper and garlic salt. I cooked mine for about 3 hours on my very lowest stove top setting and it never did brown but it was very tender and tasty, thank you for a delicious recipe and new technique for cabbage!
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