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Spiced Red Cabbage and Apples

Adopted 8/17/06 Note Oil was removed. It was used to saute the onion which you can do just as well with broth.

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  • In a heavy skillet, over medium heat saute the onion until tender.
  • Add cabbage, apple, cloves and bay leaf.
  • Cover and simmer about 20 min or until cabbage is tender.
  • If cabbage gets dry, add a small amount of water or broth.
  • Add sugar and vinegar to cabbage mixture; toss gently.
  • Cover and cook about 5 min longer.
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"Adopted 8/17/06 Note Oil was removed. It was used to saute the onion which you can do just as well with broth."
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  1. Cindy Rose
    This had a wonderful combination of flavors. I added a bit of chopped fresh ginger. Next time I might add a bit more apple. It was extremely easy to prepare. Will definitely make it again.
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  2. Chef ACA
    very close to the red cabbage dish I grew up on.
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  3. Heidi in Wisconsin
    I made this for dinner tonight. It had a nice & interesting flavor...I especially like the taste of the cloves. I used ground cloves instead of 2 whole cloves. I prefer a more vinegar-y taste so I added about 1/4 cup of white vinegar and some balsamic vinegar for extra flavor. Otherwise, this was a very good recipe, especially if you don't want to "mask" the flavor of the cabbage with vinegar.
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  4. Heidi in Wisconsin
    I made this for dinner tonight. It had a nice & interesting flavor...I especially like the taste of the cloves. I used ground cloves instead of 2 whole cloves. I prefer a more vinegar-y taste so I added about 1/4 cup of white vinegar and some balsamic vinegar for extra flavor. Otherwise, this was a very good recipe, especially if you don't want to "mask" the flavor of the cabbage with vinegar.
    Reply
  5. DaniCook Cookitall
    Simple and different side dish. I did not have any apple so I used apple sauce.
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