Cabbage

Cabbage is used in many ways, ranging from eating raw and simple steaming to pickling, stewing, sauteing or braising. Pickling is one of the most popular ways of preserving cabbage, creating dishes such as sauerkraut and kimchi, although kimchi is more often made from Chinese cabbage. Savoy cabbages are usually used in salads, while smooth-leaf types are utilized for both fresh market sales and processing. Bean curd and cabbage is a staple of Chinese cooking, while the British dish bubble and squeak is made primarily with salt beef and boiled cabbage.


Bacon and Cabbage

Bacon and cabbage is a dish traditionally associated with Ireland. The dish consists of unsliced bacon boiled with cabbage and potatoes. Sometimes other vegetables such as turnips, onions and carrots are also added. Smoked bacon is sometimes used.

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Bacon and Cabbage Fritters

Amazing crunchy fritters using cabbage and bacon. They are quick and easy to make for a simple snack or to go with your main meal.

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Barbecue Slaw (Red Slaw)

Barbecue Slaw (Red Slaw) is a condiment commonly served on hot dogs, on barbecue pork sandwiches, as a side dish for other types of barbecue, on hamburgers, or with other foods. It is an essential part of “Lexington Style” North Carolina barbecue.

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Beetroot and Red Cabbage Slaw

This is a very colourful red cabbage salad with a nice and tangy beetroot dressing.

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Broccoli Slaw

Broccoli slaw is a variation of traditional coleslaw with shredded raw broccoli stalks substituted for cabbage. It may also contain mayonnaise, carrots, vinegar or lemon juice, sugar, salt and pepper. It is commonly served at potlucks or “covered dish” parties. It is also called broccoli cole slaw or broccoli slaw salad.

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Cabbage and Avocado Salad

This is a great side dish as an alternative to coleslaw to compliment any meal.

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Cabbage, Carrot, and Avocado Slaw

A fresh makeover of the classic coleslaw, combining cabbage, carrots and red onion with a creamy avocado & coriander dressing.

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Chicken Egg Rolls

Ready in under 15 minutes, these Chicken Egg Rolls make a great appetizer and you wouldn’t believe how easy they are to make.

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Chou Rouge a la Limousine – Red Cabbage with Chestnuts

The delicious combination of red cabbage and chestnuts is a common in France and goes well with pork chops or with pork sausages.

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Colcannon

Colcannon is traditionally made from mashed potatoes and kale (or cabbage), with spring onions, butter, salt and pepper added. It can contain other ingredients such as milk, cream, leeks, onions and chives. There are many regional variations of this dish. It is often eaten with boiled ham or Irish bacon. At one time it was a cheap, year-round staple food, though nowadays it is usually eaten in autumn/winter, when kale comes into season.

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Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup

Use leftover cooked corned beef or deli corned beef in this flavourful soup. Serve this soup with a salad and hot buttered scones for a delicious meal.

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Corned Beef and Cabbage Stew

Mouth watering tender corned beef with potatoes, cabbage, and carrots. You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy this lovely dinner.

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Creamed Cabbage

A simple creamy cabbage side dish that goes well with just about anything. With the creamy base and a touch of spiciness from pimientos, even the most fussy of eaters will want their share.

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Creamy Lemon and Cabbage Pasta

Creamy lemon & cabbage pasta with garlic crumbs – Throwing together store cupboard staples with pasta can make a surprisingly luxurious supper

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Farfalle Pasta and Cabbage

With cabbage available all year round, this is a side dish sure to show up often on your dinner table. You’ll love the contrast of the bowtie noodles with the cabbage, and, when served with chorizo or other sausages, makes a wonderful main-course meal that we’re betting the whole family will enjoy.

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