This dish is super easy to make and picks up tons of flavor from the drippings of any meat you sear, such as fried pork chops. The apples taste wonderful, and they really perk up the cabbage. A fast and simple dish seasoned with just salt and pepper, and a touch of wine. Enjoy!
Sear you meat in a large non-stick skillet that has a tight fitting lid, such as thick loin chops, which is what I used to make this dish. Once the chops have a good sear on both sides, transfer them to a glass baking dish, covered tight with foil, and pop them in the oven until the cabbage is done. About 15 minutes at 350 degrees.
Put the half head of cabbage flat side down on a cutting board. Slice the cabbage straight across in coarse 1/4 inch slices. Place the slices in the hot pan drippings and add the 1/2 cup of wine, stir gently to pick up any brown pieces. Put the lid on the skillet. Let the cabbage cook while you wash and slice the unpeeled red apples, removing the core. Place the apples on top of the cabbage. Ever so often turn the cabbage and the apples. The apples and cabbage will brown as the cabbage cooks, make sure it doesn't burn. When the cabbage is tender, the apples will be, too. Remove chops from oven, and serve with the cabbage and apples. Enjoy!