Colorful Cabbage Skillet

Colorful Cabbage Skillet

"CRUNCHY and colorful, this side dish has the flavor and texture of creamy coleslaw, but it's served warm. It's a nice change from typical vegetable dishes. I serve it often with any meat entree. -Bernice Knutson, Soldier, Iowa"
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25 m servings
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  1. In a skillet, saute the cabbage, celery, carrot and onion in butter for 12 minutes or until crisp-tender. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Reduce heat; stir in cream. Cook and stir for 3 minutes or until heated through. Sprinkle with parsley.

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Hubs has asked that I specifically make a point to mention that he generally doesn't like cabbage, but he really liked THIS. Me too! Unfortunately, it seemed to almost curdle a bit once I added ...

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Pretty much tasteless. Ended up adding mustard and garlic to salvage it.

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Hubs has asked that I specifically make a point to mention that he generally doesn't like cabbage, but he really liked THIS. Me too! Unfortunately, it seemed to almost curdle a bit once I added ...

I had three heads of cabbage, a friend gave me, and I was looking for a recipe when I came across this. It went perfect with spicy turkey sausage hot off the grill. I substituted cream for the h...

This recipe is one of my favorite sidedishes. It is so good. I usually double the recipe. My kids even like it.

I found it to be colorful, healthy, but a bit bland. So, I crumbled up some pre-cooked bacon strips in it. That made the difference for our family. Very good.

LOVE this simple, but savory side dish. I made it exactly as the recipe described (I love that you can make it with things already in my pantry), and it was deliciously comforting. This is going...

Pretty much tasteless. Ended up adding mustard and garlic to salvage it.

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