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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

Very tasty, quick, and easy. I always have red wine vinegar (for my Greek pasta salad), caraway seeds (for my rye bread), and dijon mustard (I prefer this to plain yellow mustard))in the pantry. Thanks for a great way to fix one of my favorite veggies.

Anonymous, Marysville, OH

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

It sounds delicious. As for the grumpy person who complained about not having the right ingredients, all they have to do it substitute with other ingredients: cider vinegar, other vegetable oil, another kind of spicy brown mustard, use other seeds or skip them altogether, onion or leek instead of shallot, other nuts. It will still taste good.

Anonymous, Warren, MI

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I have been looking for a good recipe for red cabbage. This looks great!

Anonymous, St. Louis, MO

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Who could be bothered? Like I really have those ingredients just lying around. let's get practical about what people really have in their cupboards. Red Wine Vinegar? Caraway seeds? Dijon mustard? How many times am I going to use them after I bought them for just this dish.

Anonymous

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Tasty! One of those recipes that's fun to play with and change around. All the ingredients are "every day" and readily on hand. In fact, I decided to make it late this afternoon.

Anonymous, Maitland, FL

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