Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Sautéed Cabbage with Balsamic Vinegar p. 275

Brief description: sautéed cabbage with balsamic vinegar. Yup title pretty much sums it up.

We don’t each much cabbage. In fact, I hate cabbage. But for some recipe I had most of a red cabbage laying around. What to do with most of a cabbage? Sauté it with balsamic vinegar!

I like balsamic vinegar and I like covering gross foods with flavorings that I like, so this was right up my alley.

As far as execution, it was a very easy recipe. Taste: Bryan ate one bite, I think. I hate my serving and maybe had another the next day. But threw the rest out. It was edible, but for someone who doesn’t like cabbage, it wasn’t good enough to completely change my opinion. If you do like cabbage, give this recipe a try, you’ll probably like it.

1 comment:

  1. Talking about cabbage, if you decide to make the Spicy No-Mayo Coleslaw in p. 206 in the future, watch out for the amount of chiles. I think there is a typo here. In the line "1 tablespoon minced fresh chile, like jalapenos,thai, serrano, or habanero" should read "1 tablespoon jalapenos". Other chiles are too hot to have one tablespoon. Paul.