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  • What to do with - baggy of already-shreded purple cabbage ?

    I bought 2 for a salad that we didn't especially like, and only used one. Ideas ? Thanks.
    I don't want buns of steel. I want buns of cinnamon !!!

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    Re: What to do with - baggy of already-shreded purple cabbage ?

    feed it to the chickens compost it

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    • #3
      Re: What to do with - baggy of already-shreded purple cabbage ?

      Warm braised red cabbage, good with a roast

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      • #4
        Re: What to do with - baggy of already-shreded purple cabbage ?

        Fried Up With Some Olive Oil, Onion And Garlic Might Be Good.
        SHEL

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          Re: What to do with - baggy of already-shreded purple cabbage ?

          Choc - next time mix in with salad greens. I mainly add it for color.
          "Everyone's a star and deserves the right to twinkle"

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            Re: What to do with - baggy of already-shreded purple cabbage ?

            check out all the slaw recipes here and maybe do half that w/regular ...oh I know the oriental recipe w/ramen noodles that is excellent my sis bought it at deli sooo good!

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              Re: What to do with - baggy of already-shreded purple cabbage ?

              MINI-MEATBALL MINESTRONE

              A great favorite of mine for when I have a bunch of people as it doubles easily and freezes well just leave out the pasta. If you have a vegetarian in the group, serve the meatballs on the side. As this recipe is not rocket science I add more of some things, less of others.

              1 lg. can tomatoes, cut up
              2 C shredded cabbage
              2 C zucchini, sliced
              1 lg. Can whole kernel corn
              1 C celery, sliced
              1/2 C onion, chopped
              1/2 C pasta/egg noodles (as needed)
              1/2 C red wine (dry)
              2 Tbsp snipped parsley
              1-1/4 Tsp Instant beef bouillon granules
              1 Tsp. Dried oregano, crushed
              1/8 Tsp. Garlic powder
              1 Beaten Egg
              1/4 C Milk
              1/3 C Fine dry bread crumbs
              1 Tsp. Worcestershire sauce
              1 Lb. Ground beef
              Grated parmesan cheese

              In Dutch oven combined undrained tomatoes, cabbage, zucchini, undrained corn, celery, onion, red wine, parsley, instant beef bouillon granules, oregano, basil, garlic powder, 4 cups water, 3/4 Tsp. Salt and 1/8 tsp. pepper. Bring mixture to boiling; reduce heat and simmer covered for 15 minutes.
              Meanwhile, in a bowl, combine the egg, milk, bread crumbs, Worcestershire sauce, 1/2 tsp. salt, and dash pepper. Add ground beef; mix well. Shape into 36 tiny balls.
              In a skillet, brown the meatballs, shaking the pan often to keep balls rounded. Drain off excess fat. Alternatively, bake them while preparing the rest of the soup.
              Add meatballs to soup. Cover and cook until vegetables are tender, about 10 minutes. Add pasta to soup and cook until pasta tender.
              Add a can or two of red kidney beans to the soup at the end of the cooking process.
              Serve with Parmesan to sprinkle atop.

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