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Old 12-14-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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Simple Peppered Cabbage

simple PEPPERED CABBAGE

1/2 head Cabbage (any) chopped large
3 Tblsp. Butter
Salt to Taste
Fresh Ground Black Pepper to Taste
3 - 4 Tblsp. SourCream

Heat the Butter in a Dutch Oven or large skillet w/Lid (or use foiL)
ADD the Cabbage.
Salt & Pepper to Taste (a little extra pepper is good in this, but don't over-do)
COVER & Heat, once the butter is melted, toss it up a little to combine.
SIMMER VERY LOW for 20 - 30 minutes, stir occasionally, until Cabbage is Tender.
STIR-IN the Sour Cream.
eat. smile

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Old 12-14-2012, 07:17 PM   #2
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why thank you, cm! this looks easy and so yum! you guys know by now, how i do love my cabbage... and an easy- peasy recipe turns my burners on every time....
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Old 12-14-2012, 07:49 PM   #3
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Me too..love cabbage with butter...this sounds nice with the sour cream
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why thank you, cm! this looks easy and so yum! you guys know by now, how i do love my cabbage... and an easy- peasy recipe turns my burners on every time....
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Me too..love cabbage with butter...this sounds nice with the sour cream
This is a recipe I came across years ago in a restaurant in San Francisco. I asked the cook about it and he told me. We like it and it's so easy I make it often. You can use white pepper too for a milder flavor
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I am going to buy some cabbage and sour cream next shop
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simple PEPPERED CABBAGE

1/2 head Cabbage (any) chopped large
3 Tblsp. Butter
Salt to Taste
Fresh Ground Black Pepper to Taste
3 - 4 Tblsp. SourCream

Heat the Butter in a Dutch Oven or large skillet w/Lid (or use foiL)
ADD the Cabbage.
Salt & Pepper to Taste (a little extra pepper is good in this, but don't over-do)
COVER & Heat, once the butter is melted, toss it up a little to combine.
SIMMER VERY LOW for 20 - 30 minutes, stir occasionally, until Cabbage is Tender.
STIR-IN the Sour Cream.
eat. smile

simmering very low-slow, will the cabbage soften without caramelizing as it sautes (slowly) in butter? are we going for soft or browned cabbage? i/ve never had my cabbage with sour cream before, should be good that way, though.

and i'm with jaques pepin--i like black pepper better than white pepper, regardless of the color or nature of the food being prepared.
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Old 12-14-2012, 09:55 PM   #7
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We cook our cabbage this way all the time .. but have never put in sour cream ... sounds so yummy !

Sometimes he likes it browned a bit so I get to "burn" his food from time to time
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Old 12-14-2012, 11:36 PM   #8
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It is such a nice idea the sour cream...after all these years of cooking cabbage, had never thought of it...must be a restaurant thing
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