Indian Green Cabbage

Indian Green Cabbage created by berry271

a madhur jaffrey recipe

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45mins
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directions

  • remove coarse outer leaves of cabbage. cut cabbage lengthwise into fourths, and then core the sections. now cut each quarter into fine, thin shreds (or use food processor).
  • put oil in wide, nonstick pan and set over medium-high heat. when oil is hot, add cumin, fennel, and sesame seeds. as soon as sesame seeds begin to pop, add onion. stir and fry for 3-4 min or until onion begins to brown. add cabbage. stir and fry for 6 min or until cabbage browns. add salt and cayenne.
  • turn down heat to medium low and cook, stirring periodically, for another 7-8 minute or until onions appear carmelized and soft. add lemon juice and garam masala and stir to mix.
  • serve.
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  1. Fran6
    I loved this recipe - great Indian flavor but very easy. I doubled the recipe but used only a little more oil, and I sauteed it a long time. Will definitely add it to my Indian menu.
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  2. cattaca
    I knew I liked cabbage, but I didn't know I LOVED cabbage. We didn't have any lemons so we subbed a teaspoon of vinegar for the acid. I'm pretty sure I could eat a whole bowl of this. Yum!
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  3. berry271
    Indian Green Cabbage Created by berry271
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  4. berry271
    Had this last night with grilled burgers and homemade french fries which I know sounds strange, but I had some cabbage and I wanted to try this out, as I'm never quite sure what I want to do with cabbage. So it was kind of like having coleslaw, ya know? We both enjoyed it. We really like Indian food, so this is a winner and I will keep it in mind the next time we have cabbage, and maybe someday I'll actually pair it with an Indian main dish. Also I used chili powder instead of the cayenne, but it's probably ok either way.
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  5. berry271
    Had this last night with grilled burgers and homemade french fries which I know sounds strange, but I had some cabbage and I wanted to try this out, as I'm never quite sure what I want to do with cabbage. So it was kind of like having coleslaw, ya know? We both enjoyed it. We really like Indian food, so this is a winner and I will keep it in mind the next time we have cabbage, and maybe someday I'll actually pair it with an Indian main dish. Also I used chili powder instead of the cayenne, but it's probably ok either way.
    Reply
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