Fried Cabbage With Bacon

Recipe Rating:
 3 Ratings
Serves: 4-6
Prep Time:
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Cooking Method: Pan Fry

Ingredients

1 head of green cabbage
1 head of savoy cabbage
1 head of red cabbage
1 onion
1 green bell pepper
1/2 lb of thick country baccon
1 pkg of goya vegitable seasoning
2 shakes of onion powder
2 shakes of garlic powder
1 pinch of sugar
1/2 tsp of butter

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Kadijah James Recipe
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Washington, DC (pop. 601,723)
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Member Since Aug 2012
Kadijah's notes for this recipe:
I love this as a main Dish or a side dish. Ever sense my grandma used to make this and spoon bread. I hope you enjoy!!
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Directions

1
Prep

Chop each head of cabbage. After chopping rinse well and dry. Chop the Bell pepper , onion. Set them aside.
2
Fry.

In a skillet Fry the 1/2 pound of Bacon until Crisp. ( Not Burnt...lol). Then Extract the bacon leaving the drippings from the bacon in the pan. Then add onion and bell peppers until they have broke down and caramelized. After that add the Green Cabbage then add the Red. After they have cooked down for about 3 min add the Savoy Cabbage ( Savoy Cabbage Cooks Very Fast). Add the 2 Shakes Of Garlic and Onion Powder and Goya Vegetable Seasoning. And stir or flip until it reaches your desired texture. ( some like their cabbage crisp, some like theirs a bit mushy). When the cabbage is almost at your desiered texture add the bacon back to it. Once it's at your desired texture add the pinch of sugar and butter. Remove from heat and Plate. Enjoy!!!
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user linda adams Bunny47 - Aug 17, 2012
This sounds fabulous,can't wait to make it. Is savoy cabbage available in most supper markets?
user sherri gage KitchenCabinet - Aug 17, 2012
Yes, I'm sure you've seen it! It's a smaller size head that looks very crinkly, or wrinkly. It does look "like" cabbage but, RUFFLED" up!! :):):)
user Laura Spencer-Whitacre fuddbubbles - Aug 17, 2012
napa cabbage??? I use whatever cabbage I have and fry up with onions. I think any cabbage maybe would work. xoxo laura
user linda adams Bunny47 - Aug 17, 2012
Thanks,Ladies
user sherri gage KitchenCabinet - Aug 17, 2012
Yes, me to! I love using Napa. Such a mild flavor! But don't add until right at the end of cooking as it is so tender it doesn't need alot of cooking time!!

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