CATEGORY: Cabbage
Lentil and Buckwheat Salad and St. Patrick's Cabbage Soup

Lentil and Buckwheat Salad and St. Patrick’s Cabbage Soup

Indeed, the long ingredient list for the “Lentil and Buckwheat Salad,” from All Recipes, can be intimidating (I customized the recipe to make 4 servings). Also, there are a few separate cooking steps to undertake, here. Does this recipe deserve the exertion of all this energy? I say: “Yes!” You’ll enjoy a very interesting mix...
Spaghetti with Sweet Sausage and Cabbage and Classic American Garlic Bread

Spaghetti with Sweet Sausage and Cabbage and Classic American Garlic Bread

I’ve made a great meal, celebrating the marvelous sweetness and textures of “Spaghetti with Sweet Sausage and Cabbage,” from the November 2008 issue of Everyday Food, and the fantastic crunch and butteriness of “Classic American Garlic Bread,” from the September 1999 issue of Cook’s Illustrated. My young child enjoyed the onion/cabbage/sausage combined with the semolina...
Sweet and Sour Stir-Fried Cabbage and Dumplings and Fig and Ricotta Crostini

Sweet and Sour Stir-Fried Cabbage and Dumplings and Fig and Ricotta Crostini

The “Sweet and Sour Stir-Fried Cabbage and Dumplings,” from Express Lane Diabetic Cooking, by Robyn Webb (recipe below), will appeal to you if you have a reliable source of frozen dumplings. Read on… Sweet and Sour Stir-Fried Cabbage and Dumplings Express Lane Diabetic Cooking, Robyn Webb 4 servings 16 frozen vegetable dumplings (2 (6.4 ounce) packages)...
Fresh Ginger-Barbecued Drumsticks and Sweet and Sour Cabbage Wedges

Fresh Ginger-Barbecued Drumsticks and Sweet and Sour Cabbage Wedges

It’s difficult to resist a recipe that celebrates “drumsticks.” The “Fresh Ginger-Barbecued Drumsticks,” from Quick and Easy Low Carb Cooking for People with Diabetes, by Nancy S. Hughes, was -- sure enough -- a sweet, tangy, kid-friendly meal. Using the oven’s broiler is always a too-hot endeavor, but I withstood it for this task. I...
BBQ Chicken in the Microwave, with Coleslaw

BBQ Chicken in the Microwave, with Coleslaw

This recipe, from the April 2008 issue of Everyday Food, boasts that it’ll be “ready in 20 minutes.” This is very true (very delicious), and needless to say … easy! I microwaved my chicken thighs 7 minutes per side. Once they were cooked, I brushed them with Annie’s Naturals Organic BBQ Original Recipe sauce. For...
Cabbage and Sausage

Cabbage and Sausage

Admittedly, I’ll accept any excuse to cook turkey sausages. This recipe, from Recipe4Living.com, couldn’t be simpler. It’s all cooked in a single skillet. I used half a savoy cabbage, which has a nice texture. I did not use a hot chili pepper, in the interests of my toddler. I added 2 tsp. of salt and...

Moroccan-Inspired Apricot-Braised Chicken and Sweet-and-Spicy Cabbage

I admit, I was lured into trying this chicken recipe, from the Allrecipes.com site, when I realized I could use a cup of Brooklyn Lager in the process. I customized the yield for 4 servings, and used 5 chicken legs instead of 4 thighs. I used 3 cloves of garlic. The thick sauce was slightly...