"Yummy and dense and super easy...a great alternative if you like a potato kugel, can be kosher for Pesach. (Pareve or dairy.)" — kdsher02
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cabbage, finely shredded
yellow onion, sliced
apple cider vinegar
ground black pepper to taste
This is a good, solid recipe. It's not particularly attractive, and it's not so yummy that I'd make it all year round, but considering it's Passover and I had a cabbage in my fridge it was a good choice. Only a couple notes about the instructions: I cooked in a 9x13 pan, but I think it would have worked better in an 11x7. Also, the instructions say to cook until dark brown, then put in the oven until brown. It was already brown when I put it in! But it does in fact get MORE brown provided you didn't atomize your veggies instead of caramelizing them. It took me more like 45 mins to caramelize the veggies as well. In any case, overall it was a solid way to use up a cabbage during Passover.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 70
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