Southern Fried Cabbage With Sausage

"This is a family favorite cabbage recipe. The cabbage is cooked down with tomatoes, seasonings and smoked sausage for a hearty and delicious meal-in-itself. Serve with cornbread."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Chop/slice the sausage, cabbage, and onion.
  • In a large non-stick skillet, pre-cook the sliced sausage about 3 minutes to render some of the fat out. Remove sausage from skillet and drain on paper towels if needed. Set aside. Wipe the skillet clean.
  • In the same skillet, melt the butter. Add cabbage and onion and cook and stir on medium-high for about 5 minutes, until cabbage starts to wilt.
  • Add remaining ingredients, and the sausage.
  • Cover the skillet and cook for about 10 minutes.
  • Uncover, and finish cooking until cabbage is desired tenderness and most of liquid has been reduced.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Sharon S.
    I made this and it's delicious. However it feels like a sauce type of meal. What do you suggest I add to make it less so.
     
  2. Nancy N.
    Where can someone get the smoked sausage?
     
  3. Von H.
    Has anyone made this with Italian sausage?
     
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Reviews

  1. Anonymous
    This dish turned out great!!! The colors were wonderful and the taste delightful.
     
    • Review photo by Anonymous
  2. Barband K.
    Just made this and it's so easy and sooooo good. Thanks for the recipe we loved it
     
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  3. Tread
    This was pretty good, I had sausage and cabbage on hand so looked for something to do with both and fund this. I did add a few pinches of sugar right before it was done to cut the acid in the tomatoes. The big surprise was the next day, I guess the flavors melded and it made an excellent lunch.
     
  4. Kathy D.
    I used both butter and bacon grease. Substituted stewed tomatoes since it's what I had. Used a touch of old Bay. Also added a leftover pork chop with grilled potatoes!
     
  5. tattooed_librarian
    This is a really great recipe! Used a mix of butter and bacon fat, minced garlic instead of powder, diced tomatoes with green chile, and added cajun seasoning.
     
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Tweaks

  1. Tara C.
    I added 1 & 1/2 cup of boiled ( firm) Potato.. Substituted Beef Kielbasa and no tomatoes ( only because I didn't have any ) it was very good!! The pepper really did set it off, especially with the potatoes, the buttery, charred cabbage ...mmmn thank you for sharing!
     
    • Review photo by Tara C.
  2. Joe A.
    My mom made this with hotdogs when I was a kid. I was doing the same until I saw Farmer Johns's Hot Links, much better! I've used fresh tomatoes also. I vary my ingredients. This one I added potatoes, bell peppers, & celery.
     
    • Review photo by Joe A.
    • Review photo by Joe A.
  3. Tina D.
    Added medium picante sauce instead of the diced tomatoes! Yummy!
     
  4. Kayla B.
    I added red yellow and orange pepper
     
  5. Charlene P.
    I substituted spicy red pepper diced tomatoes and followed the rest of the recipe and this was absolutely delicious
     

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