A simple quick and easy fried cabbage side dish made by caramelizing cabbage on high heat to give it a bit of char but still retains a crisp texture and then tossed with a sweet ginger soy sauce. When cooked, cabbage has a natural sweetness to it, so I enhanced the sweetness a bit more with a sweet ginger soy sauce which brings everything together quite well. There is no meat in this dish, since I chose to keep it strictly vegetable to make it a side but if you want to make this into a meal you definitely can add some meat in — leftover meats especially work great with this fried cabbage recipe.
My blog is going on a 2 week vacation, while its author heads to the West Coast. Hello California and Portland! Before it says a brief adieu, however, we are leaving you with this excellent summertime recipe.
Delicious Asian cabbage salad has wonderfully complex flavors thanks to a flavorful dressing of sesame oil, vinegar, and soy sauce. I got the recipe for this Asian cabbage salad from my mother in law. She and my late father in law used to love Asian food, and this is one of her easier recipes.
Well, the Chinese have found a way! All you need is very high heat, a couple of dried chilies, and a few splashes of Chinese pantry staples to make all the difference. Just eating this cabbage dish over rice is a satisfying meal in and of itself!
Originally, this post was among my earliest. So this is republished with updated photos to give the post new life, and remind you of this super tasty year-round side dish that will bring a vibrant pop of color to any gathering or holiday buffet. Red cabbage truly knows no season as it is available throughout the year.
Want variety? You can replace the beef with other kinds of protein like ground chicken, pork or lamb. If you have other sorts of cabbage like red cabbage or savoy cabbage, they will work just as fine.
Cabbage is one of the most delicious but underrated vegetables. I love cabbage. One of the easiest ways to cook cabbage is to saute it and the Asian way of stir-frying cabbage produces amazing and mouthwatering results.
Recipe by: iken. Simple, no-fuss corned beef and cabbage simmers slowly all day. Okay, I was a little wierded out by the thought of eating straight cabbage, but this dish is amazing! I also tried it with apple cider vinegar in place of the wine, and it's great either way.
This Asian Cabbage Salad is absolutely addictive! Greens and shredded cabbage are tossed in a magical cabbage salad dressing that is sweet, spicy, sour, and a bit salty. Oranges, fresh veggies, and crunchy toasted almonds take this easy Asian cabbage slaw over the top!