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Old 11-03-2009, 10:29 AM   #21
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The cabbage was cooked in greased casserole dish. The cabbage was drizzled with garlic olive oil and caraway seeds, then baked.


Thank you kathleen and msmofet!!
Yum, I have to try that. How long did you bake? The grease was Pam or something like it?
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Old 11-03-2009, 03:48 PM   #22
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Yum, I have to try that. How long did you bake? The grease was Pam or something like it?
It was about 45 min, I think, at 375. It seems nowadays I bake most all my vegies, unless they are frozen. For awhile I didn't, because my oven was on the fritz (it's still off a bit, but I have it figured out). I just think vegies taste better baked in a covered pan or dish.


I even love to throw fresh broccoli in with some peeled, sliced potato and do it the same way. YUM!
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Thanks for that VB. I don't make enough cabbage. This will help.
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