Before I share the boiled cabbage recipe let me set the record straight. Yes cabbage will let off an odor while it cooks, however, to get rid of the unpleasant smell just wash the vegetable in some vinegar or add lemon juice.
Okay now that we got past the negatives of cooking cabbage, let's proceed. If cooked cabbage appeals to your taste buds, try boiling your cabbage. Just a little something different than coleslaw.
Cooked cabbage is a very tasty vegetable side item that you can add to make your meal more nutritious. Over the years boiled cabbage has received much criticism for having a strong fowl odor that is released when it's cooked.
But I assure you the odor can be reduced with a good washing in vinegar or by adding fresh lemon juice to your boiling water. Again, cabbage is an excellent choice for a side item for your next soul food dinner.
Here is a simple and easy to follow recipe for boiling cabbage.
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As always the key to great cooking is to be prepared and to use quality ingredients.
This recipe provided courtesy of https://www.soulfoodandsoutherncooking.com/
To reduce the smell of the cabbage while it cooks add a bit vinegar. However if you want to soak the cabbage in order to get rid of pests use lemon juice instead.
If you must add salt to taste, do this just before the cabbage is done.
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