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Neauxla
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You putting the water and cabbage into the same pot as the onions and sausage or do you add them back later?





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CITWTT
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It is a veggie and doesn't need a shite load of time to reach being done. Bacon in the microwave, pour grease into a dutch oven, and toss in onions til transparent, then cabbage chopped up (not quartered also cut out the core of it) cook with the lid on it, stir about every five minutes.





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OldSouth
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cabbage into the same pot as the onions and sausage


It really is a dish that's not an exact science. Texture is important so taste it often to make sure you cook it to your liking. Sometimes I like it tender and sometimes I like it cooked to mush.






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Celtic Tiger
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this approximate, I usually just eyeball it

one cabbage, shredded
one onion, thinly sliced
8 oz taso/bacon/sausage (taso is my go-to)
4-5 med red potatoes, in big diced pieces
2-3 tbs cider vinegar
2 tbs creole mustard
4 c chicken stock (an amber beer/brown ale isn't bad for 12 of the oz.)

I usually brown the onion in some bacon fat/butter, you can add bacon and just saute it a bit first. Then brown the meat a bit, then deglaze with the stock and vinegar. Add the mustard and cabbage and stir. Bring to a boil and throw the potatoes on top, cover and put on low/med-low for 40 minutes or so. Stirring a lot after that will break up the potatoes, so avoid that, but it won't really hurt anything if you do, though. And of course season as you go, but if you're using most store bought stocks, you won't need much salt.

I think I remembered everything. Just did my last cabbage from the garden 2 days ago.






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Neauxla
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2 tbs creole mustard
interesting






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TigerinATL
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Sauteed some cabbage, bell peppers and trinity in a little chicken stock last night and it turned out pretty well.





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