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Crawdaddy
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Cabbage Cabbage and more Cabbage

Looking for some good cabbage recipes. For some reason I have a lot of cabbage today

I am smothering down some cabage in bacon grase and onions. Seaons as needed and this simple dish is one of my favorites. Usually served with my black eyes and rice.

Any good Coleslaw recipes?


TyOconner
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I am smothering down some cabage in bacon grase and onions


Loved when pops would make this growin up.


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Citizen Kane
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you should make some Kim chi. I love the way pickled cabbage tastes. Maybe my favorite vegetable.


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BROffshoreTigerFan
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Don't have a recipe, but cabbage rolls are bomb.


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tigerfoot
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Smothering some this evening as well, cabbage, onions, and some kind of pork, probably some good smoked sausage browned.


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CT
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Any good Coleslaw recipes?




INGREDIENTS for Dressing
1 tbs. fresh, finely minced garlic
1 1/4 cups mayonnaise
1/3 cup yellow mustard
3 1/2 tbs. sugar
1 tbs. black pepper

PROCEDURE: In a mixing bowl combine all ingredients. Stir well and refrigerate. (Makes 2 cups)


Ingredients for Coleslaw
15 cups shredded green cabbage
2 cups shredded purple cabbage
1 1/2 cups finely chopped yellow onions
3/4 cups finely chopped green bell peppers
2 tbs. chopped green onions
2 cups Coleslaw Dressing

PROCEDURE
In a large mixing bowl, combine green cabbage, purple cabbage, onions, bell peppers and green onions. Using hands, toss well. Add Coleslaw Dressing. Toss and serve. (Serves 12 to 15 people)
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Gris Gris
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Made a simple slaw today.
1/4 c apple cider vinegar
1/4 c canola oil
2 T mayo
1T honey
1/4 t salt and pepper
1 t celery seeds. I use more.
16 oz shredded cabbage

Whisk all ingredients but cabbage. Toss with cabbage. Refrigerate 24 hours. Toss a few times during that time. I'm eating mine tonight. Won't sit as long as recipe says but it's fine.


MrsWiggles
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This is how I make cabbage rolls... I never used a recipe just went with it one day
Cabbage
Rice
Onion
Bell pepper
Garlic
Stewed tomatoes
Crushed tomatoes
Tomato sauce
Ground meat( I one time used rouses Cajun sausage no casing and it was awesome





I cook the tomato sauce in a separate pan about 2 hours
before starting the rolls. Season as you like
Bowl the cabbage until tender enough to cut the leaves
Take a cup of tomato sauce and let cool
In a bowl put your meat
Cook your veggies in a pan then after cooling add to meat
Add cup of tomato and cup of uncooked rice to mix.
Add whatever seasonings you like
I use a large glass baking dish and I put a little sauce on bottom
Make your rolls by stuffing mixture into leaves and folding burrito style
Place in pan then add remaining sauce on top
Cover with aluminum foil and bake until meat is cooked and rice is tender.. You can cook the meat beforehand with veggies if you prefer
It's a lot of work but very good!


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LSUballs
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Cole Slaw:

Shredded head of cabbage
Shredded half head purple cabbage
2 bunches Green onions, chopped
Most of the juice of a pint jar of banana peppers
Chop fine some banana peppers
5 chopped up boiled eggs
Half a shitload of good crumbled bleu cheese
3-4 good dollops Hellmans mayo
Salt and Lots of fresh cracked black pepper
Some more black pepper

Incorporate said ingredients in an appropriate sized bowl. Chill. Yourself and the coleslaw. Then eat the coleslaw.


CITWTT
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Google cabbage rolls, or consider smothering a head or two with bacon and bacon grease as the flavor uniter.


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AHouseDivided
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Most of the juice of a pint jar of banana peppers

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Chop fine some banana peppers


I like this idea and will try it.


LSUballs
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Yea, that's your vinegar. Adds a great kick.


Neauxla
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Ok, so I'm gonna make smothered cabbage tonight. How does one go about doing this?


I got a cabbage and some onions. I defrosted some tasso I picked up from Jacobs a week or so ago. Should I use some other type of fatty meat? Do I make roux or add flour? I haven't ever done this... Suggestions would be appreciated.


OTIS2
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Any good Coleslaw recipes?



German Stlye Coleslaw


Ingredients


1 head cabbage(sliced thin)
1 large red onion, sliced thin
1 cup cider vinegar
1/2 cup canola oil
1/2 cup sugar
1 T Tony's, or salt, red and black pepper to taste


Method

Heat the last four ingredients in a sauce pan to a low boil. Pour over the cabbage and onion, tossing with tongs. Once cooled, refrigerate for two hours or more. It's better the next day but good any time. Turn it a time or two to insure the dressing marinates the salad well.
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AlmaDawg
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I like to boil a head of cabbage with some kielbasa sausage.

A good, cheap meal with cornbread


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CITWTT
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25-30 minutes.


OldSouth
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re: Cabbage Cabbage and more Cabbage
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Ok, so I'm gonna make smothered cabbage tonight. How does one go about doing this?


I got a cabbage and some onions. I defrosted some tasso I picked up from Jacobs a week or so ago. Should I use some other type of fatty meat? Do I make roux or add flour? I haven't ever done this... Suggestions would be appreciated.


I would cook down onions with the sausage in the biggest pot I had. Cut the head of cabbage into fourths and put into pot with a little water. Cook down until tender. Season to taste salt/pepper.


Neauxla
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25-30 minutes.


Neauxla
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I would cook down onions with the sausage in the biggest pot I had. Cut the head of cabbage into fourths and put into pot with a little water. Cook down until tender. Season to taste salt/pepper.

smoked sausage or ground sausage?
This post was edited on 3/19 at 11:34 am


OldSouth
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smoked sausage or ground sausage?


Sorry, whatever you have. Sausage, tasso, ham, bacon chunks.


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