Recipes for Savoy Cabbage

@marina321 (4561)
July 24, 2008 8:24pm CST
Have you tried anything fun with savoy cabbage? I've only started buying it recently and trying to add to our veggies, little one won't go near it as she thinks it's too green! Any fun recipes you've tried with it? The leave seem quite large, have you tried anything with these?
4 responses
@bunnybon7 (34934)
• Holiday, Florida
26 Jul 08
have you tried making little stuffed cabbages? my kids loved them. i cant remember exactly how i made them tho. sorry. you could probably find a recipe on the internet search or in a cook book if you have any. or at library.
@marina321 (4561)
28 Jul 08
Thanks, will look it up
• United States
25 Jul 08
I use it just the same way that I use the green cabbage. I believe it has a fresher taste. I've shredded it, melted some butter, chopped some onion and garlic and sauteed it in a pan and mixed it with pasta adding extra butter, salt and pepper for a fast meal.
@marina321 (4561)
28 Jul 08
I will try mixing with pasta, thanks
@Opal26 (17691)
• United States
25 Jul 08
Hey marina, I'm not sure. Is this some new kind of cabbage? I love cabbage! I have 2 ways that I make it. I boil it. Cut it up. Throw it in a pan with some oil, little bit of sugar and tiny bit of salt. That's one of my favorites. Another is Hungarian stuffed cabbage. That's made with tomato sauce and sauerkraut. Make about 2 lbs of chopped meat, mix with rice, make them into balls. The roll the cabbage (after boiling) around the meat/rice mixture. Add tomato sauce, sauerkraut, little sugar, paprika, onion & garlic powder. Let cook about 2 hours. This recipe is only for those that like spicy food. I am Hungarian-hence the paprika!
@marina321 (4561)
28 Jul 08
I think I have tried the second recipe you mention. One of my Lithuanian friends made that for us one timeCheers
• India
25 Jul 08
You could try shredding it and using it in a grilled cheese sandwich or a sub. :)