how to cook fried cabbage ?

asked 17 Oct '09, 20:36

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I use butter heated in frying pan add cabbage in about one inch strips and heat add a little salt and pepper. YUMM.


answered 18 Oct '09, 01:56

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We used the grease off of bacon strips to fry our cabbage in. Using the slaw style cabbage already cut up helps too. Cook on low heat, tossing until tender. Add salt and pepper for flavor.


answered 18 Oct '09, 02:25

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First fry the seasonings and then on low heat fry the cabbage.Then after the cabbage becomes soft add salt,pepper,chilli powder.Add ginger and garlic paste for added taste.Serve hot.


answered 18 Oct '09, 06:08

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Fry fatback meat (pork, as bacon, but saltier and fattier), and save the grease that comes from this. Wash and cut up cabbage. I like it cut into about 1 in. squares. Take the grease from frying the meat strips and pour it into a deep frying pan. (Cast iron pan is best.) Pour chopped cabbage in and add salt and pepper to taste. Fry on medium heat until cabbage is tender and sort of clear. I like to turn the heat up for the last few minutes and let some pieces get crispy around the edges.


answered 18 Oct '09, 06:11

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You need to heat up about four to five tablespoons of peanut oil or any other cooking oil at medium heat then add thawed cabbage to fry for about a minute or two.


answered 17 Oct '09, 21:41

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I put about 3 TBSP of vegetable oil in a large skillet with a lid and heat on high. Once the oil is hot I add 1 medium head of cabbage, sliced thin, to it. Give it a quick toss to make sure the cabbage gets coated with a little of the oil. Sprinkle the cabbage with a little bit of soy sauce. This gives it a great flavor and you don't need any more seasonings. Stir, turn the heat down to medium low, cover and cook until it starts to get tender. Uncover and turn the heat up to medium high. Cook until all the liquid that condensed has evaporated, stirring frequently. Enjoy.


answered 18 Oct '09, 16:51

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