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    Cabbage steaks

    Anyone here ever do cabbage steaks ? If so please do share your fav recipe .

    Mine is simple , cut the cabbage into steaks about 1 inch thick , from top to bottom leaving the core in ( holds it together )

    Then melt 1 stick of butter mix in 1 tsp of smoked paprika
    Two cloves minced garlic , 1/4 tsp salt and black pepper .

    Place the steaks in a foil lined pan , Brush the butter / spice mixture on both sides liberally .
    Bake @ 350 for 40 minutes , then top with your fav cheese and bake another 10 minutes .
    easy and tasty ... if your a cabbage lover like me .

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    Sounds good have to give that a try
    Thanks for sharing
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    Hmm bacon pieces under the cabbage instead of butter...

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    redneck1, I make em the same way, less the paprika.
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    I have tried them with bacon , it works much better with the bacon precooked and crumbled as a topping for my tastes .
    The fat tends to make the bottom of the cabbage a little mushy .
    I prefer it to be tender but still firm

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    Cabbage rules! (In my house, anyway) Might think about searing them on a hot grill or in a cast iron skillet before seasoning and wrapping them. I'm not someone who likes veggies taste hidden by cheese, so I'd leave that off, just my taste. Good seasoning salt with garlic and butter sounds really good to me. Bacon, ham or canadian bacon chopped with it would add to the flavor. I just made 4 tenderloins with the canadian bacon thread here and smoked them--this sounds like a recipe for them. I always have cabbage in the fridge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryB View Post
    Hmm bacon pieces under the cabbage instead of butter...
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    When you say from top to bottom leaving the core in are you slicing across the core?
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    Set the core end down and cut into it from the top

    If you cut across the core the steaks fall apart and you end up making Cole slaw ... been there done that lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by redneck1 View Post
    Anyone here ever do cabbage steaks ? If so please do share your fav recipe .

    Mine is simple , cut the cabbage into steaks about 1 inch thick , from top to bottom leaving the core in ( holds it together )

    Then melt 1 stick of butter mix in 1 tsp of smoked paprika
    Two cloves minced garlic , 1/4 tsp salt and black pepper .

    Place the steaks in a foil lined pan , Brush the butter / spice mixture on both sides liberally .
    Bake @ 350 for 40 minutes , then top with your fav cheese and bake another 10 minutes .
    easy and tasty ... if your a cabbage lover like me .
    Sounds like what I make!
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    Sounds good but I think it would be better if you substituted beef for the cabbage.
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    Thanks I love cabbage. Been sauteing it on the stove top with thin sliced carrots, onion, garlic and ginger. I also use a bit toasted sesame oil. But it is a lot of work. I will have to try your method.

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    I did roast a whole cabbage, based on a ‘turkey alternative’ recipe I found (no way would I give up turkey!) for thanksgiving. Basted with seasoning and olive oil, really not bad! All the cruciferous veggies benefit from roasting, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broccoli.

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    I love Cabbage. I’ve got to try that!

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    Core cabbage taking out more than needed so you have a good sized cavity. Drop in 2-3 sticks of butter and stuff in 1 pound of chopped bacon(this is for a LARGE head of cabbage), some black pepper goes well also. Salt to taste but the butter and bacon will carry in some salt. Wrap in foil leaving a small opening over the core end, make a ring of foil to hold this core end up and smoke until just tender...

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    I made some tonight. Cut into slabs like op. But instead of butter I used sesame oil. I added garlic chunks and carrot peels on top. Then put some more oil on and a couple tbsps of fake Mrs Dash. Also put some liquid aminos on it ( like soy sauce) It was good. Wife loved it.
    Thanks again for the post. I used to cook it in a frying pan and it is difficult cuz you can't get the whole head in there (after separating leaves) . I would have to cook some down and then add more. Lot of work. This way is immeasurably easier.

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    Sorry this is for Cauliflower not cabbage. The boss won't let cabbage in the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin101 View Post
    Sounds good but I think it would be better if you substituted beef for the cabbage.
    Substitute beef but keep the bacon and butter !
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    I made cabbage again last night. I took advise and ideas from this thread and tried this:
    Cut the heart of a head of cabbage. Placed it in a microwavable safe glass bowl with about 1/3 cup of water in the bottom.
    Poured about 1/4 cup total of various oils in the hole along with fake Mrs Dash and chopped onions.
    Quaved it for 10 min (5+5 min) Added a bit more oil. Along with sticking a bunch of slivers of carrots stuck in the hole. After the 10 min in the microwave the carrot darts stuck in the middle. I shoved them in in a spreading pattern between the layers of cabbage from the top hole. Then I put it back in the quave and zapped it for another 5 min.
    Observations:
    No onions next time. Onions do not go well with cabbage unless you sautee them. And
    Stick the carrots in after about 6 to 7 min in the quave. Cus they did not quite get done.
    But ...It was a great dish. Way way easier than anything in the oven or on top of the stove and it doesn't take as long. It also tasted better than the oven stuff.

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    This reminds me of a you tube on the late Steve Hall's, Shotgun Red channel. Haven't had time to try it yet, but, looks good.

    https://youtu.be/yB10tnzHGXE

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