Servings: 4 to 6
Here, warming notes of garam masala, freshly grated ginger, and a bit of red chile turn a head of cabbage into a satisfying side dish. If you like things spicy, use a super-hot chile, like a Scotch bonnet.
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Most of my childhood memory includes getting yelled at by my mother, punampaul.com and eat your veggies; but I used to pay no heed to it. However as time passes, most of us come around to eating vegetables as we are aware of the countless benefits they have for our health.
Cabbage is especially one of the world's most nutrient dense vegetables readily available for us to enjoy, rich in essential vitamins such as C, B6, K, saturated fat, thiammin, calcium, iron, magnesium phosphorus and a good source of dietary fibers.
But I never liked any cabbage recipe other than in noodles.
This cabbage recipe when I tried at home was not really appreciated by my family but it was really yummy too. Thanks for sharing this delicious preparation.
This is a definite keeper. I made a half-recipe for myself and my husband. We didn't have any chilis, so used a dab of curry chili paste instead, and grew in a tsp of cumin seeds with the spices. So good and easy to make!
Excellent cabbage recipe! Wonderful and full of flavor. I accidently let it cook too long and it carmelized (thank goodness for non-stick), intensifying the flavors. My husband asked me to make it again and he's usually indifferent about vegetables.
delishous! I will make again and again
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