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Old Sun, Jan-07-07, 21:39
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Default Unbelievable Sweet n Sour Fried Cabbage Stuff

I made this from the hip, so I'll do my best to create a recipe for it. I HAD to share it cos it turned out so great. Its basically a variation on southern fried cabbage, so I suppose it could be called, sweet n sour fried cabbage. Btw, I'd use a shallow pot, or deep drying pan, cabbage is bulky till it cooks down.

1 head of cabbage, chopped in about 2-3 chunks
4T Butter
1 T evoo
6 think or 4 thick slices Bacon, chopped
Red Pepper Flakes
2 T Vinegar
2 sweetner packets
salt and pepper


Melt butter, evoo then add chopped bacon, cook till crisp, remove and set aside. Add in chopped cabbage,pepper flakes, salt and pepper to taste, cook on med/high for a few mins and stir like a stir fry till you start to see the cabbage all get coated and start to cook down. Turn down to med and cover. Cook for about 10 mins, stirring once. Remove cover and cook till desired crisp or softness. 1 min before done, add in vinegar, sweetner and crisp bacon pieces. Serve hot and mmm mmm mmmm.
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Old Wed, Feb-21-07, 19:33
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Default I will try it!!!!!!!

I am amazed no one has commented, so let me be the first. This recipe is worth trying, and I have already printed it out..........thanks so much!!!!!!!!
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Old Wed, Feb-21-07, 19:48
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Some of us haven't commented because a very similar recipe has been around here for years, but it's one of my favourites. Yummy stuff.

Kay
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Old Sun, Feb-25-07, 11:08
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This sounds really good!
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Old Sun, Feb-25-07, 12:21
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It IS really good - I am eating my first round of this even as I keyboard about it!!!!
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Old Sat, Oct-20-07, 13:33
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I will try it when I"ll celebrate 60 lbs. lost.
It sounds delicious!
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Old Tue, Jan-15-08, 10:00
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Hi

Can you tell me what is "Evoo"
I would like to try this recipe but have not heard of Evoo.
Allister
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Old Tue, Jan-15-08, 10:02
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Extra virgin olive oil.
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Old Tue, Jan-15-08, 16:53
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Thank you, I thought Evoo might be a brand name which we ( in Scotland ) don't have.
Allister
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Old Thu, Jan-17-08, 21:56
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Sounds good to me! Do you eat it hot or cold?
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Old Fri, Feb-08-08, 19:26
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I do something very similar.....green cabbage cooked in bacon fat with butter and onion. Then I add back in the bacon and YUMMY! I've never added sweetner. I'll have to try that next time
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