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Warm Red Cabbage Salad

March/April 2007

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In this quick German-inspired side dish, red cabbage is cooked until just tender and combined with sweet apples, caraway and a tangy vinaigrette. Serve with roasted pork loin or turkey kielbasa.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I love red cabbage - this dish reminds me of one served to me years ago by Norwegian friends. I'm surprised that anyone would think this called for odd or unusual ingredients. My. "
Warm Red Cabbage Salad Recipe

18 Reviews for Warm Red Cabbage Salad

09/21/2009
Anonymous

I love red cabbage and will definitely be trying this! Thanks for another great tip. (If people crab about not having the ingredients, why even bother to make a comment at all?)

Linda, Clinton Twp, MI

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I have just been linked to your sight through Real Age. I think it's a great idea. Plus, I love cabbages. I had no ideal they were packed with so much nutritional value. Looking forward to vewing your next recipes. I have been looking for healthy recipes which will boost estergeen naturaly. Do you have anything is this area? So, thanks and good luck, I think you have a winner here with this page.

Nonna May Green, Dublin, Ga

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

This was delicious (and we had all the ingredients in our pantry). We doubled the apples, though. This reminds me of a recipe from when I was growing up. It's delicious with pork chops (we make our own version of shake and bake, without the chemicals).

Jordan, Long Beach, CA

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I cook red cabbage often. It makes amazing cabbage rolls too! Re the ingredients, caraway seeds go into coleslaw better than celery seeds; mix honey with Dijon for a delicious coating for baking chicken & pork; red wine vinegar, dijon, extra virgin olive oil, minced garlic, s & p make a great home-made salad dressing.

anonymous in Ontario

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Actually, the recipe is Flemish; this one is a German fantasy.. We cook the cabbage with the (sweet) apples (slow simmer) and yes, you can add any kind of vinegar but do add the walnuts at the end.

Anonymous, Antwerp

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