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Cabbage #7125061
03/27/18 10:37 PM
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got 2 heads of cabbage cut up and bringing it to a boil in chicken broth with some chopped bacon and two large onions...i wish i could get this damn picture crap down dammmmmmm flame



How do yall make yours?

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Fry some baco, remove and crumble. brown chopped onion in the grease, toss in the chopped cabbage and stir fry it a bit. Usually add some creole seasoning and black pepper here. Add the bacon back in and then depending what kind of mood I'm in either just cook it a couple minutes - or, add some chicken broth and braise it til it gets soft and tender, 25 min give or take.


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The worst I ever had was wonderful. Twice cooked pork is my favorite.

I love cabbage rolls but they are too much trouble foe me.


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Cut the cabbage in half, olive oil and salt it, then grill it until you get some nice grill marks. Then put butter, bacon grease, bacon crumbles, salt and pepper between the two halves and put them back together. Wrap the whole package in heavy aluminum foil and add a little bit of water to keep it moist. Wrap the foil thick so none of the juices will spill out. Put it back on the grill over indirect heat for about an hour until nice and soft. Open it up making sure that you reserve the juices and chop the halves into bite sized pieces and add back the reserved liquid. YUM.


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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
The worst I ever had was wonderful. Twice cooked pork is my favorite.

I love cabbage rolls but they are too much trouble foe me.


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I'll eat cabbage raw or cooked as above or simply boiled. Love it! I do love cabbage rolls too. YUM!


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Originally Posted By: chalet
Fry some bacon, remove and crumble. brown chopped onion in the grease, toss in the chopped cabbage and stir fry it a bit. Usually add some creole seasoning and black pepper here. Add the bacon back in and then depending what kind of mood I'm in either just cook it a couple minutes - or, add some chicken broth and braise it til it gets soft and tender, 25 min give or take.


Gonna do that for sure! Thanks chalet.


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Originally Posted By: unclebubba
Cut the cabbage in half, olive oil and salt it, then grill it until you get some nice grill marks. Then put butter, bacon grease, bacon crumbles, salt and pepper between the two halves and put them back together. Wrap the whole package in heavy aluminum foil and add a little bit of water to keep it moist. Wrap the foil thick so none of the juices will spill out. Put it back on the grill over indirect heat for about an hour until nice and soft. Open it up making sure that you reserve the juices and chop the halves into bite sized pieces and add back the reserved liquid. YUM.


And this one too. Maybe with a bit of beef broth instead of water. Firing up the grill tomorrow. Thanks unclebubba.


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Never cook it but really like to eat it up


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Put a little sugar in there (there is sugar in cole slaw, so no squealing), and stew it down.

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Re: Cabbage [Re: BayouGuy] #7127027
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Originally Posted By: BayouGuy
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Cut the cabbage in half, olive oil and salt it, then grill it until you get some nice grill marks. Then put butter, bacon grease, bacon crumbles, salt and pepper between the two halves and put them back together. Wrap the whole package in heavy aluminum foil and add a little bit of water to keep it moist. Wrap the foil thick so none of the juices will spill out. Put it back on the grill over indirect heat for about an hour until nice and soft. Open it up making sure that you reserve the juices and chop the halves into bite sized pieces and add back the reserved liquid. YUM.


And this one too. Maybe with a bit of beef broth instead of water. Firing up the grill tomorrow. Thanks unclebubba.

Broth instead of water? Why didn't I think of that!! Thanks BayouGuy!


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And some sliced Jalapenos? grin


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Never cook it but really like to eat it up


Same here and ooowee, that stuff will clean your pipes out. flush


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I usually put Tabasco vinegar on it after cooking for a little heat...


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A little bit of Tony Chachere;s and a half cap (bottle cap) of vinegar in the water with some Lawrys Season Salt and bacon works good too.

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Poached with bacon then fried.....


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