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When the world used to eat, “what is in season” cabbage and apples were a staple during the winter months. This recipe for Apple and Onion Braised Cabbage with Bacon is a great way to serve healthy delicious winter vegetables.
This earned the “this is the best cabbage I’ve ever had” from my hubby, as he helped himself to seconds
This recipe is also great to serve as a part of your St. Patrick’s day meal. I’ve never been a big fan of the whole “boiled” dinner, not only for the fact that it all tastes about the same; but also, by boiling your veggies in with your brisket you are transferring all those fats and calories from the cooking liquid into your, what used to be healthy, vegetables. Corned beef, in and of itself, is a fairly low-calorie food, at about 285 calories per 4-ounce serving. Heaven knows that cabbage is also a very low-fat food; when it’s not boiled in fat.
Apple and Onion Braised Cabbage with Bacon will give you great flavor to compliment your meal, a bit of crunchy freshness, AND still be healthy.
This earned the “this is the best cabbage I’ve ever had” from my hubby, as he helped himself to seconds. High praise indeed!
Apple and Onion Braised Cabbage with Bacon
3 slices thick apple wood bacon, diced
8 cups white cabbage, sliced about 1/4 inch thick
1 sweet onion, sliced thinly on the vertical
1 sweet apple, with skin, cored and cut into a julienne (I used my mandoline)
1/4 cup water or dry white wine (a dry Riesling is perfect, or use a Pinot Grigio or Sauv Blanc 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
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LindySez: This recipe is perfect for your Saint Patrick’s Day Feast