"I adore Bavarian cuisine! And since there's no good German food here (while I lived in San Francisco, my husband and I ate at wonderful German/Hungarian restaurants there), I have to make my own...This recipe is crazy simple." — HerbanSpoons
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skinless chicken thighs
red onion, sliced
apple, cored and sliced
red cabbage, cored and sliced
red wine vinegar
dry red wine
OMG. my family loved this.I doubled the recipe and did not put in the cinnamin.. My family is hard to please, and all of them loved it, and my husband had two plates..You have to try it
I love this recipe for it's simplicity. It's so easy to throw together (in one pot no less) and my guests enjoyed it with their beer. I threw in some caraway seeds to go with the German theme. Thanks Herbanspoons
My family absolutely loved this. We had to keep them from piling their plates full! I used diced turkey breast (what I had leftover), dredged it with the flour mixture and fried briefly till a crispy texture. Also threw in some thinly sliced carrots and used cooking sherry, balsamic vinegar and Merlot because that's what I had. Will definitely make this again!
My wife and I followed the recipe almost exactly, but made just a couple minor changes. We had a sweeter, spiced red wine open already, so we used that, and then cut back on the brown sugar a little. We also didn't do the cinnamon (the spiced wine actually had some cinnamon in it). Everything else we did just as written here, and it turned out fantastic. We would make this again in a heartbeat.
I really liked this. I did change it a little. I used one yellow onion and one red onion and caramelized them to add to the sweetness. After they were caramelized then I added the apples. Then I substituted honey for the brown sugar, white wine instead of red , 1/4 cup of white vinegar instead of 1/2 cup of wine vinegar, turkey bacon instead of bacon, two apples instead of one, and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon instead of 1/2 teaspoon. The chicken I used was a whole cut up chicken. I did actually cook the cabbage separately from the chicken and then combined them when finished...that was just because my pan wasn't big enough. It was really really good. My husband and I liked it even more the second day. I will definitely make this again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oktoberfest Chicken and Red Cabbage
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 99
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