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Recipe For Red Cabbage — 28 Comments

  1. I love red cabbage and will try your recipe using cumin and arrow root next time – thanks for the tip. My mum always added a sour apple (Braeburn would be fine) to it.

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    • I will try it with apple next time Barbara 🙂

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  2. I love red cabbage, and use it in many of my recipes. Loving this side dish! Would give it a go sometime!
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    • Hope you do Anu 🙂

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  3. This looks and sounds delicious and the recipe seems really approachable. I’ll have to give it a try soon!
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    • Enjoy Nathan 🙂

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  4. Whaaat? Your hubby seriously didnt notice blue streaks in your hair for 6 weeks? Thats so funny. 🙂
    And I love me some red cabbage. YUM!

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    • It was very funny!

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  5. This is a fantastic & easy side dish to make. 🙂
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    • It really is Eloise 🙂

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  6. That’s so fascinating to learn about the color of red cabbage. Very interesting tip about how vinegar changes the color of the cabbage. This is a great recipe, as red cabbage is one of my favorite vegetables. I’ll have to make this very soon. Thanks 🙂
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    • Hope you enjoy the spices I used 🙂

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  7. Finding a great haidresser is the best, loosing a great hairdresser is a disaster. Fingers crossed mine is not going anywhere and I have the ‘friend’s’ price. I grew up with this recipe. I do love the color as well.

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    • I like that you get the ‘friends’ price!

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  8. Big fan of red cabbage
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    • Me too 🙂

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  9. That’s hilarious that your husband didn’t notice that you dyed your hair blue! Also I love red cabbage and your recipe looks like a winner 🙂
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    • I know! I think I might do it again for when we go overseas 🙂

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  10. Sounds like a great side dish Tandy, love the color. I am still trying to find a good hairdresser………
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    • I wish you luck with that Cheri 🙂

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  11. I always think cabbage is pretty! I live in a big cabbage area where you must eat cabbage or you just don’t fit in. Looks great Tandy! I don’t grow my own but I should consider for next year.

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    • Let me know if you plant your own Laura 🙂

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  12. We usually just have red cabbage in coleslaw, or at christmas, but I really need to try cooking with it a few different ways.
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    • I love it in coleslaw but it has been so cold here I have needed something warmer to eat with dinner 🙂

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  13. oooh, yum! I haven’t had red cabbage in forever but this looks like the perfect side dish for so many meals.
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    • We ate is with a lot of meals as it made so much 🙂

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  14. Wow I didn’t realise that’s made it change to blue but I do know that sometimes happens to me. Thanks for the scientific tip-I actually bought red cabbage today! 😀
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    • Enjoy! And let me know what colour this one turns 🙂

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