Rachel Anthony Recipe

Fried cabbage & potatoes

By Rachel Anthony CookinwithRachel

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Rachel's Story

I grew up on my moms fried cabbage. I loved it even as a kid. To enhance the recipe, I added potatoes and a few spices.


1- head of cabbage
3- medium sized potatoes
1/4 cup oil
1/4 cup butter
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1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoon pepper

Directions Step-By-Step

Remove outside leaves from cabbage and discard. Rinse head of cabbage in cold water. Remove whole leaves from cabbage. Discard the core. wash, peel, and slice potatoes. In a large skillet, over medium heat melt butter with the oil. Add potatoes and cabbage leaves. Cover. Cook on medium heat for 20 minutes, stir occasionally. Add spices, stir to coat. If its dry add more oil. Cook additional 10 mins, or until veggies are tender.

About this Recipe

Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #potato, #cabbage

  • Comments

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    Bobby Smith bj46 - Oct 26, 2012
    Oh my, this sounds so good. I love cabbage. I've made fried cabbage before, but never thought to put potatoes in with it. Gotta try it. Maybe even toss in a little onion and bacon. YYUUMMM. Thanks Rachel..
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    Rachel Anthony CookinwithRachel - Oct 26, 2012
    Ur welcome! Im glad u like it. Ive tried it with onion, but not bacon. thats a great idea! :)
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    Ellen Bales Starwriter - Oct 26, 2012
    Just a hint: I never discard the core. I cut it up into smaller pieces and add it to the recipe--yummy! It's my favorite part of the cabbage.
    I've fried cabbage with noodles, and I've added it to mashed potatoes (Irish Colcannon), but this looks great. Will definitely try it!
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    Bobby Smith bj46 - Oct 26, 2012
    When ever my hubby knows we're having cabbage, he stands right next to me waiting for the core. He just loves to eat it raw. However, he really doesn't care much for coleslaw. Go figure. LOL
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    Ellen Bales Starwriter - Oct 26, 2012
    Not only do I like the core of the cabbage, I also love the "heart" of the celery bunch.