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Do you make cooked cabbage often?

If so, how do you cook it?

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No I don't often cook cabbage!
I sometimes have it raw in a salad but I rarely cook it.
Last time I did cook it, I made it with crunchy bacon and peppercorns and I think caraway seeds however that was a long time ago.

I prefer cabbage uncooked, and in a cole slaw or some such, or mixed with chunks of apple.
by Finy
I use cabbage in stir fry dishes all the time!! Love it!! I always used to eat my cabbage raw as a child, whenever mum was going to be cooking some as a hot vegetable! This has continued in many cases, but as it remains half raw in Stir Fry, I do enjoy it!!
No. I don't cook cabbage much at all. The only dish we use cooked cabbage in is Ki- See- Min. We usually only use raw cabbage in coleslaw.
I haven't cooked Cabbage in years..
Maybe this winter, it may be an idea : )
Thinking now, it is one of the more old fashioned Veg to eat, and was used a great deal in my mothers day...There are all these new ways to eat now, so we tend to move away from the old fashioned norm....Unless in coleslaw of course.
Just about every week. Steamed with carrots and seasonings. I like it with corned beef and even curried or cooked with salted cod.
Most often I have it as a slaw.
What country do you live in? Not Australia?
by Finy
Always add it when making 'Sausage Casserole', 'Chicken or Beef Consommé'.

I enjoy white cabbage, raw, in a Salad.
I don't cook it much nowadays but used to dice bacon and fry off in a saucepan, add shredded cabbage and some cream and stir until well coated. Doesn't take long and don't season it until cooked as the bacon sometimes can be saltier than last time.
I do.
Melt a little butter in saucepan, add shredded cabbage, put on lid and cook for approx 2.min on high
Sometimes I add diced Apple.
I don't often cook cabbage, but I do like it, especially seurkraut, and I like cabbage stirfry with kejap manis, which is a sweet style soy sauce.
I don't cook it very often, but when I do, I usually cook it with fennel seeds, stovetop.
by Miro
I cook it steamed or boiled, then drained and then pour over loads of melted butter with lots of crushed or chopped garlic in, Its yummy.
I don't buy cabbage often. I really love red cabbage and it is lovely cooked in apple cider vinegar with apples and sultanas - yummy!
by AJ
I rarely eat cabbage. It give me pains in the tummy. I enjoy the flavour though. I have used it raw or add it to stir fries.
Mmm. Cabbage. Raw or cooked. Sugarloaf is a favourite. I mostly use it by itself, stir fried in ghee. I love coleslaw too . . .or red cabbage done the German way . . . or sauerkraut. . . Mmm. Cabbage.

by Rice
not too often but when I do cook cabbage, I mix cumin powder, coriander powder, chilli flakes, pinch of turmeric , anchovies, salt, onions, curry leaves in with thinly cut cabbage, add it to hot oil and simmer over a mild flame. great with rice or bread!
. . . oooooh . . .drool . .. :-))
by Rice
I am not a fan of cabbage at all. I have one salad that I make where I use fresh purple cabbage but that's it. Even when we get take-away from our local Chinese food restaurant, I avoid dishes with cabbage in them. However, we get a 'gourmet meal' for two from them and it comes with spring roles that have cabbage in them. They taste good, but smell so bad. I nicknamed the spring roles "garbage roles" because of the smell. Yeah, no cooked cabbage for me.
Don't make it often now but I like stir fried cabbage with sliced onions and plenty of black pepper. I usually stir fry it with a little olive oil. It's really tasty. Sometimes I vary the flavour with a range of spices or curry powder.
We love our cabbage, use it as a meal when I'm lazy.
I fry onion, chilli and ground cumin and 4 rashes choped of bacon add cabbage, pour 1/4 cup water round the edge of the wok, stir. Put lid on for 5 mins, keep stiring til how you like it
sounds yum - bacon is so versatile and gives taste to many dishes!
by Finy
Corned beef!
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