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Cooked Cabbage with a twist
Jan 21, 2022 10:27:08   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
Hey,
I'm a former manager of a food service operation (who is now on a diet) mostly avoiding carbohydrates and I had a head of cabbage that needing using and Cabbage is low carb so I gave this a whirl and what I did wasn't half bad in fact it was real good but its a recipe in the base. Might need a bit of perfecting.

I had about 3/4 of a head so I cut it up and put into a frying pan with a clear lid and added the following:

Knorr Chicken Base= 1 larger than normal cube
Seasoning Salt, Pepper, Garlic, Onion Salt and let it cook and stir a few times.

I wanted the mixture to have enough liquid to make it with tasty soup and that is where we got into the experiment part of the equation.

In the bowl after serving I added some Kerry Gold Butter (salted) and tried that---heavenly
and then I tried a bit of Sour Cream and mixed it up just to give the Soup a nice flavor and
found that a bit of Salt and Pepper on top of that made a really nice Cabbage Soup that was
low carb.

This might be a Polish dish not sure but it was great on a cold day.

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Jan 21, 2022 11:13:51   #
slatten49 Loc: Lake Whitney, Texas
 
336Robin wrote:
Hey,
I'm a former manager of a food service operation (who is now on a diet) mostly avoiding carbohydrates and I had a head of cabbage that needing using and Cabbage is low carb so I gave this a whirl and what I did wasn't half bad in fact it was real good but its a recipe in the base. Might need a bit of perfecting.

I had about 3/4 of a head so I cut it up and put into a frying pan with a clear lid and added the following:

Knorr Chicken Base= 1 larger than normal cube
Seasoning Salt, Pepper, Garlic, Onion Salt and let it cook and stir a few times.

I wanted the mixture to have enough liquid to make it with tasty soup and that is where we got into the experiment part of the equation.

In the bowl after serving I added some Kerry Gold Butter (salted) and tried that---heavenly
and then I tried a bit of Sour Cream and mixed it up just to give the Soup a nice flavor and
found that a bit of Salt and Pepper on top of that made a really nice Cabbage Soup that was
low carb.

This might be a Polish dish not sure but it was great on a cold day.
Hey, br I'm a former manager of a food service ... (show quote)

I love cabbage and have pretty much prepared similar dishes/recipes for years, both in a skillet and a boiling pot. Over those years, I have prepared it a variety of ways and have always been pleased with the results...especially after a few different vegetables and sausage were added.

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Jan 21, 2022 11:49:18   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
slatten49 wrote:
I love cabbage and have pretty much prepared similar dishes/recipes for years, both in a skillet and a boiling pot. Over those years, I have prepared it a variety of ways and have always been pleased with the results...especially after a few different vegetables and sausage were added.

BTW, there is a 'What's Cooking' OPP site available.

What's Cooking?
Site is a place to share recipes, cooking tips and just chat about food. Invite-only section. Contact one of the section managers to participate. Managed by no propaganda please, lindajoy.
Topics: 99
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Subscribed users: 56
I love cabbage and have pretty much prepared simil... (show quote)



Hey thanks for the information on the invite only section. I may be interested and soon. I'm a newbie here and
I'm enjoying seeing what all is offered here. I come from a pool and billiards forum that started heavily moderating political comments after years of allowing them. So I'm enjoying the freedom of speech once again.

This seems like a small enough place that you don't get completely lost and I like that.

Thanks,

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Jan 21, 2022 12:38:22   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
336Robin wrote:
Hey,
I'm a former manager of a food service operation (who is now on a diet) mostly avoiding carbohydrates and I had a head of cabbage that needing using and Cabbage is low carb so I gave this a whirl and what I did wasn't half bad in fact it was real good but its a recipe in the base. Might need a bit of perfecting.

I had about 3/4 of a head so I cut it up and put into a frying pan with a clear lid and added the following:

Knorr Chicken Base= 1 larger than normal cube
Seasoning Salt, Pepper, Garlic, Onion Salt and let it cook and stir a few times.

I wanted the mixture to have enough liquid to make it with tasty soup and that is where we got into the experiment part of the equation.

In the bowl after serving I added some Kerry Gold Butter (salted) and tried that---heavenly
and then I tried a bit of Sour Cream and mixed it up just to give the Soup a nice flavor and
found that a bit of Salt and Pepper on top of that made a really nice Cabbage Soup that was
low carb.

This might be a Polish dish not sure but it was great on a cold day.
Hey, br I'm a former manager of a food service ... (show quote)


Don't sound half bad. I'm not a cabbage fan unless it's fried in bacon grease.
My mother in law is German, and makes her own sourcrap. Stinks up half of Texas.

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Jan 22, 2022 14:00:41   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
archie bunker wrote:
Don't sound half bad. I'm not a cabbage fan unless it's fried in bacon grease.
My mother in law is German, and makes her own sourcrap. Stinks up half of Texas.


I'm not much on sourcrap either. Not even on a hotdog. I think I will try this with some sausage and maybe green pepper in it next time.

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Jan 22, 2022 17:40:02   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
336Robin wrote:
I'm not much on sourcrap either. Not even on a hotdog. I think I will try this with some sausage and maybe green pepper in it next time.


That sounds even better! How bout putting some fresh onion, or shallots in there?

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Jan 22, 2022 18:16:07   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
archie bunker wrote:
That sounds even better! How bout putting some fresh onion, or shallots in there?


Good idea. I have a sweet onion and peppers in the waiting area. I may have to take a picture and post it when I do this. Going after the sausage tomorrow. What kind do you suggest?

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Jan 23, 2022 08:57:30   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
336Robin wrote:
Good idea. I have a sweet onion and peppers in the waiting area. I may have to take a picture and post it when I do this. Going after the sausage tomorrow. What kind do you suggest?


I would go with some kind of bratwurst.

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Jan 23, 2022 09:16:27   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
archie bunker wrote:
I would go with some kind of bratwurst.


That sounds good. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Mar 16, 2022 11:51:25   #
Rose42
 
slatten49 wrote:
I love cabbage and have pretty much prepared similar dishes/recipes for years, both in a skillet and a boiling pot. Over those years, I have prepared it a variety of ways and have always been pleased with the results...especially after a few different vegetables and sausage were added.

BTW, there is a 'What's Cooking' OPP site available.

What's Cooking?
Site is a place to share recipes, cooking tips and just chat about food. Invite-only section. Contact one of the section managers to participate. Managed by no propaganda please, lindajoy.
Topics: 99
Posts: 489
Subscribed users: 56
I love cabbage and have pretty much prepared simil... (show quote)


This is invite only? Just testing if it is….

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