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Cabbage in Mustard-Caraway Sauce


The distinct anise-like taste of caraway fuses perfectly with cabbage.  



Bill and I both like cooked cabbage and I was happy to see this recipe in the American Heart Association Cookbook.  The spicy mustard, yogurt and seasonings round out the sauce smoothly, making this cabbage a tasty side dish for most any meat.

Try this, if you’re a fan of cabbage too!

Cabbage in Mustard-Caraway Sauce

Ingredients:

8 cups coarsely chopped cabbage

For the sauce:

2 cups fat-free, low sodium chicken broth
½ - 1 tablespoon spicy brown mustard
2 teaspoons cornstarch
½ teaspoon caraway seeds
¼ cup fat-free or light plain yogurt
¼ teaspoon grated lemon zest
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon pepper

Method:

Steam the cabbage for 5 minutes, until tender-crisp, drain, set aside.
Meanwhile, in a medium saucepan, whisk together the sauce ingredients.
Cook for 2-3 minutes on low, until thickened.
Add cabbage and stir until well coated.
Cook for 2-3 minutes, or until heated through, don’t overcook.

ENJOY!

Be sure to visit my friend, Linda’s blog, @My Kind of Cooking for great tips and delicious easy recipes!







Comments

  1. I love mustard with cabbage. I have a big fat head of cabbage in my fridge, too!

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  2. I love cooked cabbage too Pam, this sounds delicious:)

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  3. Pam, This is a great change of pace from the 'normal' cole slaw recipes! Sounds great...thanks for the recipe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  4. Yum....cooked cabbage...one of my favs. The rest of this crew gives it a thumbs down, so I eat it ever chance I get when we go out to a country style kitchen.
    adding the yogurt is new for me, but sounds delish...

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  5. I really enjoy cabbage. This is a really nice side dish. I have planted twenty green cabbage plants and look forward to the harvest. I have saved this recipe.

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  6. I like cooked cabbage too, but Chris does not, so I don't get it very often. Might have to make this one night when he's not around :)

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  7. I love cabbage! And have never cooked them with yoghurt before. Sounds good to me! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I enjoy cabbage in salads and cooked. This sounds delicious.

    Happy fall.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  9. We love cabbage and this sounds like it could be a hit here as well. Have a good day Diane

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  10. I am a HUGE cabbage fan. I'll be making this soon! Thank you for sharing such a delicious veggie dish. I hope you are having a happy start to your week!

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  11. Dear Pam, This is a wonderful side.
    I hope all is well.
    p.s. Stop by my blog for a giveaway of 100 Cookie Cookbook.
    Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  12. Apart from the distinctive smell of cabbage while it is cooked I really love it! This is a beautiful way to make it so full of aromas!

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  13. That does sound good. I love Greek non-fat yogurt, I almost use it exclusively instead of sour cream now.

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