Mikey and I love cabbage.
Braised, roasted or in a salad. It is one of our favorite vegetables. I think cabbage is super underrated and I recommend you try this recipe (or roast it) immediately!
I shared my corned beef hash recipe with you a few days ago and I wanted to share this braised cabbage recipe with you too as well as a couple pictures from our St. Patrick’s Day party. I didn’t take as many pictures as I wanted, but I’ll share what I have. I’ll also share the coffee cake recipe here on the blog as soon as I can!
For the party I wanted to focus on the color green (obviously), so I used green grapes and honeydew melon for our fruit. We also had a bowl of lucky charms and coffee cake for those who like a little sweet with their breakfast. I had some dill pickles (I needed about 5 more jars, everyone loved them!) and later pulled out some chips and salsa, peanuts and pretzels.
I also had Rolo’s (like a pot of gold) Mint M&M’s and Junior Mints. Because they are cute and delicious!
Recipe: Braised Cabbage
Makes 6 Servings
1 Head of Cabbage
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 Cup Chicken/Veggie Broth
Salt and Pepper
Peel off outer layer of cabbage and throw away. Cut your cabbage into quarters and remove and dispose of hard center core. Slice into 1 inch strips.
Place cabbage into a large pot with about 1-2 tablespoons olive oil. Add broth and cook over med/low heat, stirring occasionally until cabbage has wilted and is a bit translucent. Salt and pepper to taste and serve warm with corned beef and hash or dice and mix into hash!
3 thoughts on “Braised Cabbage & A St. Patrick’s Day Party”
Yum! Cabbage is absolutely delicious and I feel often under appreciated.
Nunca probé el repollo cocido, siempre en ensalada.
Parece muy rico.
Saludos desde Argentina.