Sauteed Cabbage

One of the easiest cabbage recipes - sauteed with onions and tomato paste. It takes just minutes to prepare (mostly slicing and dicing) and after that you just need to keep an eye on the pot from time to time making sure it still has enough moisture to saute in (water and juices). It helps to simmer it from time to time but otherwise it's fairly straightforward. Although basic the recipe is very high in nutrients and low in calorific value - so it has that going for it.

It can be served on its own or it can be combined with fried turkey mince. To make the mince just season it and fry in a covered pan for 10-15 minutes and mix with the sauted cabbage and simmer for another 5 minutes - and serve.

Nutrition Facts


2 portions 310g each
100 Calories per portion
5g protein
0g fat
24g carbohydrates
+ Very low in saturated fat
+ No cholesterol
+ High in calcium
+ Very high in dietary fiber
+ High in iron
+ High in manganese
+ High in magnesium
+ Very high in potassium
+ High in thiamin
+ High in vitamin A
+ High in vitamin B6
+ Very high in vitamin C
 

Ingredients

1/2 medium cabbage
4 tbsp tomato paste
1 onion
salt and pepper for taste

Instructions

1 Dice the onion and slice the cabbage into thin strips (make sure they are all the same thickness).

2 Season and saute the onions in 3 tablespoons of water at medium heat for 2-3 minutes in a covered frying pan until they change color. Simmer them from time to time, making sure they don't burn.

3 Add cabbage and pour in 0.5lt of boiling water (use a kettle to boil it). 

4 Saute covered for 30 minutes until cabbage is soft, add tomato paste and saute for another 10 minutes.

5 Take off the heat and let it set.

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

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