Cabbage Steak

You can easily eat the whole cabbage!

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Serves 4 Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Pointed cabbage 1
White wine 3 tbsp
Garlic 1 clove
Dried chilli 1
Single cream 1/2 cup
Anchovy fillets 2
Capers (with vinegar) 1 tbsp
White wine vinegar 1 tbsp
Salt & pepper a little
Olive oil as required

Method

1
Remove the centre core of the cabbage and cut into quarter. Finely chop the garlic and anchovy. Deseed the chilli and chop roughly.
2
Put the oil into a deep pan and place the cabbage in. Fry to get a nice brown colour all over. Add the white wine, cover with a lid and steam on medium heat.
3
Let's make the sauce. Put lots of olive oil into a different pan and add the garlic and dried chilli.
4
Put the heat on and add the anchovy, capers in vinegar and white wine vinegar when you can smell the garlic and stir well.
5
Add the single cream and stir well. Turn the heat off when it's thoroughly mixed.
6
If the sauce is too thick, add some white wine. Season with salt & pepper.
7
Pour Step 6 onto the cabbage, it's ready.

Tips & Note

●Other cabbages similar to pointed cabbage will also work well (but not the dark green ones).
●It's more delicious when parts of the cabbage are very well browned.
●Be careful not to boil the sauce once the cream is added.

Cabbage Steak

You can easily eat the whole cabbage!

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)

Serves 4

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Pointed cabbage 1
White wine 3 tbsp
Garlic 1 clove
Dried chilli 1
Single cream 1/2 cup
Anchovy fillets 2
Capers (with vinegar) 1 tbsp
White wine vinegar 1 tbsp
Salt & pepper a little
Olive oil as required

Cabbage Steak

Recipe ID :712 Posted on 05 JUN 2015

Serves 4

Cook 20min
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You can easily eat the whole cabbage!

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3 tbsp
1 clove
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1/2 cup
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1 tbsp
a little
as required

Method

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20min
1
Remove the centre core of the cabbage and cut into quarter. Finely chop the garlic and anchovy. Deseed the chilli and chop roughly.
2
Put the oil into a deep pan and place the cabbage in. Fry to get a nice brown colour all over. Add the white wine, cover with a lid and steam on medium heat.
3
Let's make the sauce. Put lots of olive oil into a different pan and add the garlic and dried chilli.
4
Put the heat on and add the anchovy, capers in vinegar and white wine vinegar when you can smell the garlic and stir well.
5
Add the single cream and stir well. Turn the heat off when it's thoroughly mixed.
6
If the sauce is too thick, add some white wine. Season with salt & pepper.
7
Pour Step 6 onto the cabbage, it's ready.

Tips & Note

●Other cabbages similar to pointed cabbage will also work well (but not the dark green ones).
●It's more delicious when parts of the cabbage are very well browned.
●Be careful not to boil the sauce once the cream is added.

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