Recipe by Sonia H.
"This is a simple quick and easy recipe and is very flexible, adjust ingredients to your taste or try adding fennel or bell peppers, even hot peppers to spice it up a bit! It's excellent with fried fish."
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yellow onion, thinly sliced
1 small head
fresh shredded coconut
Indian curry powder
salt and pepper to taste
diced fresh tomato
chopped green onions
this recipe was an instant hit. the family have requested it to be made again. it really tasted great!
I thought this needed more curry flavor. I added fresh ginger, cumin and more garlic. I simmered the veggies and coconut mixture longer to let the curry flavor come out, about 10 min. I made a yogurt sauce to top the dish and it was great.
This was exactly what I was craving tonight- something fresh with alot of veggies, spicy, and sweet. I followed the recipe, and served it with grilled chicken spiced with garam masala and white rice. With the fresh cilantro, green onions and tomatoes on top of everything, it was so colorful and a delight to eat.
We love cabbage and curry but this was lacking something for our taste buds. Added a granny smith apple peeled and sliced and omitted the tomato. This seemed to be what it needed so perhaps others might light to try this adjustment.
So delicious! I added green peppers, celery, cauliflower, and russet potato to give it a serious veggie makeover and added an entire can of coconut milk. Served over quinoa. Delicious vegan yumminess!
This was very good and I actually toned down the amount of curry so the kids would eat it and they did. Very yummy way to incorporate cabbage into the menu.
This kind of "grows" on you! At first, I wasn't sure if I liked it. Then, I knew I did! To make this, I bought a whole coconut, and made my own coconut milk and chopped coconut! Thanks for the recipe!
Not great at first. I added crystallized ginger and lemon juice and it was ok. I mixed it with some aloo gobi and it was FANTASTIC. Needs some futzing, but we will make it when we make aloo gobi because they are fantastic together.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Coconut Curry Cabbage
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 100
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