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Need a simple low carb vegetable side dish? Try this fabulous sautéed red cabbage with sweet vinegar seasoning. It’s a unique side that is sure to please.
I picked up some red cabbage to slice into a salad and had half a head left. I found several recipes that were simple and required few ingredients. I’ve never cooked red cabbage before so I wasn’t sure how it would be.
This sautéed red cabbage recipe turned out to be very good. I liked the sweetened vinegar seasoning. It is kind of like a warm cabbage salad with vinegarette dressing.
You can bet I’ll be making this yummy side dish again. I may even try using the red cabbage in a crack slaw to give it a different color.
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With it’s bright color, I’m thinking of serving this sautéed red cabbage at our holiday dinner. It’s really more of a purple rather than red, but I still think it’s a festive color.
Although this dish isn’t the right color for St. Patrick’s Day, I think it would take great served along with corned beef. However, the colors of the meal would be rather monotonous.
They say apple cider vinegar has many benefits and I just love the taste of it. In fact, I like to drink it diluted to help prevent issues related to heart disease.
If you’ve never cooked red cabbage before, I urge you to give this recipe a try. The taste really surprised me and I’ll be cooking this up again.
Sautéed Red Cabbage with Sweet Vinegar Seasoning Recipe
Sauteed Red Cabbage
Heat oil in skillet over medium high heat.
Add cabbage and stir in pan until it wilts, about 3 to 5 minutes.
Stir in vinegar. Sprinkle Truvia over cabbage and stir in.
Season with mustard seed, salt and pepper and reduce heat slightly.
Let cabbage continue to cook 10 minutes or until ready to serve, stirring occasionally.
Net carb per serving: about 5 grams