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I hope other people will tell us how they cook cabbage.  The first one I'm giving is one a friend gave to me - it's very good.   The next one- the soup - was given to all of us by a VB
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COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/1/2013 10:54 AM EST
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I hope other people will tell us how they cook cabbage.  The first one I'm giving is one a friend gave to me - it's very good.   The next one- the soup - was given to all of us by a VBB member.  This is a great soup.


BON'S CABBAGE CASSEROLE
Brown 1 lb. hamburger with lots of onion.
Add two 10 oz cans tomato soup plus 1/2 can water.
Add two heaping tablespoons long grain rice. Cook
and stir over low heat for 5 minutes.
Meantime grease a large baking dish and add 1 head
cabbage cut into large slices and slightly separated.
Pour hamburger mixture over cabbage.
Bake at 400* one hour.
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HAM & CABBAGE SOUP
1 meaty ham bone or 2 large ham hocks
About 6 cups water (I use canned chicken broth)
1 16 oz can whole tomatoes (I use the already chopped tomatoes)
1/2 tsp dried thyme, crushed
1/2 tsp dried marjoram, crushed
1 large onion chopped
1 cup diced potaotes
* 3 cups shredded cabbage
salt and pepper to taste
Put the ham and water (broth) in a stock pot. Chop tomatoes and add along with their liquid.
Add thyme and majoram.
Bring to a boil, lower heat and simmer for about 1 1/2 hours or until ham is falling from the bone.
Remove ham from the liquid and set aside to cool.
Add all the vegetables except the cabbage - simmer about 30 minutes.
Meanwhile remove skin and bones from the ham and cut into bite-size pieces and add back to vegs.
Add the shredded cabbage, Simmer 25-30 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.
Makes about 6 servings.
I always save all left over vegetables in one jar in the freezer. I always dump that into almost any soup I'm making.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/1/2013 12:21 PM EST
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nancy,
could you copy my recipe over here please?   i guess i've forgotten how to do that again

i have everything on except the cabbage        altho it is chopped        i need to get back in the kitchen
thanks

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/1/2013 1:26 PM EST
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Here's Nellie's cabbage recipe.........

i just chop the cabbage in large sections about size of lg egg and onions large chop usually i use 1 onion for each head cabbage and about 3 or 4 slices of bacon (for each cabbage)
chop bacon and start it in skillet (large) when bacon is about half done and some grease in pot i start adding the cabbage and onions and stir add salt pepper and a little sugar
when pan is full i put the lid on and let simmer for a few minutes until the volume goes down then stir agaim add more cabbage and onions seasonings and cover and repeat until everything is in the skillet

i always liked it sort of al dente but for a long time now because of one b.i.l. that won't eat antything not over-done i've usually cooked it all the way down to kind of like squash
today i'm only pleasing myself so i probably just stop at al dente because i'm not expecting company

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/1/2013 1:28 PM EST
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I sometimes put a can of sauerkraut in a baking dish and top it with some browned porkchops ... bake 'til done.

Maybe Nikki will tell us again how she makes sauerkraut ..................... Please Nikki.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 11:04 AM EST
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 I like to eat my cabbage both plain & with onions and rope sausage cooked until the cabbage shrinks.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 12:01 PM EST
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Sounds good Nancy! Thanks for sharing!

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 12:53 PM EST
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Thanks for the reminder Nancy.  Have to do something with that head of cabbage I still have in the crisper drawer before it ends up in the trash lol.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 2:01 PM EST
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hee hee ..... H.M. - a couple days ago I pulled an ugly bag from my 'fridge and -yuk- it took me a minute to see it was lettuce and not cabbage.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 3:16 PM EST
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Nancy, Thank you for sharing the recipes. It has been really cold in
the San Diego area so this would be nice comfort food. Would love
to make this today but I have a head cold and can't leave the house
yet.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 4:51 PM EST
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I have a few pork chops in the freezer.  I think they will go very well smothered in cabbage.  Add in some onion and potato and I can forget the pork chops and be perfectly happy with the cabbage.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 5:16 PM EST
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Potatoes and cabbage .......... cooked with lots of bacon grease ....... served with jelly bread.     hmmmmmmmmm

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/2/2013 10:53 PM EST
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In Response to Re: COOKING CABBAGE:
Nancy, Thank you for sharing the recipes. It has been really cold in the San Diego area so this would be nice comfort food. Would love to make this today but I have a head cold and can't leave the house yet.
Posted by Carol P

Carol, we've had really cold weather in LA county also. It was 31 when I went to bed last night! Frost around the trees stayed until about 10:30 this morning, with the sun shining. We have a view of the Angeles National Forest (San Gabriel mountains) and there's snow on the peaks. It is indeed  a good time to stay home. I'm making chili for dinner, my comfort food!

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posted at 1/3/2013 1:31 AM EST
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In Response to Re: COOKING CABBAGE:
In Response to Re: COOKING CABBAGE : Carol , we've had really cold weather in LA county also. It was 31 when I went to b ed last night! Frost around the trees stayed until about 10:30 this morning, with the sun shining. We have a view of the Angeles National Forest (San Gabriel mountains) and there's snow on the peaks. It is indeed  a good time to stay home. I'm making chili for dinner, my comfort food!
Posted by Verlee T


It was 38 degrees when hubby got up this morning. It is supposed to be cold
Thurs. morning and then warm up. I can't wait. Chili is one of my favorite
comfort foods too.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/3/2013 6:56 AM EST
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I had made the ham and greenbeans and potatoes.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/3/2013 7:11 AM EST
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 Well, fellow Californians Carol and Verlee. I live quite further up from you & it is definitely colder this year! And I forget to cover my plants last night. :( It's been cold enough to make me put plastic on the windows & shut doors when not using that room which is ok as long as you remember to open the doors a bit before bed! Smile I don't quite remember it being this cold for a few years!

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/3/2013 7:52 AM EST
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I make halusky by chopping cabbage and onion and frying it in some butter.  You can cover the skillet with a lid to steam it a little and quicken the process.  Then I add cooked medium wide noodles or gnocchi and salt and pepper and mix all together and serve.

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/3/2013 8:34 AM EST
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 Mary Ann S that sounds so good and i have never heard of it. I have got to try it soon!

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/3/2013 9:47 AM EST
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ok
i only cooked one head of my cabbage but it was large            now i have about 2 servins left  and i'm going to put it in my 1-cup size  freezer containers and see if it can be frozen--------that will be a boon to me       as i do love it but must limit my consumption------------be nice if i could have a serving to use anytime i needed a side dish for me

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/3/2013 10:41 AM EST
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I don't cook cabbage I do take cabbage leaves and boil them in water for rolled stuffed cabbage leaves with tomato sauce

Re: COOKING CABBAGE

posted at 1/3/2013 11:38 AM EST
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It's certainly not cooked cabbage but I do love cole slaw. 
And there's no such thing as a holiday meal without cole slaw.
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