Recipe by MLCSAGE
"Hate cooked cabbage? Not after you try this!"
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cabbage, cored and cut into wedges
green bell pepper, sliced
cracked black pepper to taste
butter or margarine, cut into pieces
I didn't follow the recipe exactly. I didn't use peppers or onions and I only used half a cabbage. I cut the cabbage in wedges and then peeled the layers apart and put it in a zip lock bag. Then I melted the 1/4 cup of butter and put two cloves of minced garlic in the butter and poured it over the cabbage and shook the bag to coat it. Then I wrapped the cabbage in the foil and grilled 40 minutes. It was delicious!
I liked it, but the family said it was just ok. I found wedges didn't work that well, since it's hard to coat spices all over and the center was still crunchy. I'd chop it up like a salad & wrap it up that way.
This was delish!! Such a change from boiled and fried cabbage. It takes on the characterstics of fried cabbage though, just somewhat healthier. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of adding grated parmasean cheese, it added a wonderful flavor to it. I also did not turn my cabbage for fear that the butter would run out and ruin my new grill lol...but i think it turned out great because it left a very charred outer layer that was very good. Thanks for posting. I could almost ate a half a head of cabbage tonight!!
Chop in large pieces rather than wedges. Cook for 45-50 minutes. Use olive oil, not butter. Add extra spices. Add brats to grill for final 10 minutes. Serve with roasted potatoes and dark beer.
UPDATE: I just made this again last night and I am still amazed at how good it turns out and how easy it is. I left out the bell pepper this time but it was just as good. Thank you again for the recipe it is awesome! I am giving this recipe 5 stars for flavor, innovation and ease! We love fried and boiled cabbage but never thought of putting it on the grill. I added 1/4 cup butter and also some olive oil,celeryt seed and plenty of fresh ground pepper. I made 2, one with the green pepper and one without. I also added some cooked crumbled bacon. Both were really good. Thanks for sharing! it was a hit and good the second day too (for what little was left).
This was delicious. I have a skillet made for the grill that is has a bunch of holes throughout (google bbq skillet). It's great for grilling small veggies that would otherwise fall through. The holes allow for a nice char and grill taste. I sliced the cabbage, used red bell pepper and added more garlic, sliced. Great the next day in my lunch too!
this was great! I added vidalia onions, olive oil and dale's steak sauce and put some bell peppers on top. was awesome.
I had some leftover cabbage and thought I would give this a try. I was very reluctant though. To our surprise we loved it. I bought a new head of cabbage just to make this again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grilled Cabbage II
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 71
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