Healthy recipe, clean eating, cabbage, caramelized onion, carrots and apples
Talk about a healthy and delicious dish. This recipe for sauteed cabbage with charred carrots and apples is great as a side to roasted sweet potatoes for a vegan meal. Also fantastic with roasted pork or sausage.

Sautéed cabbage doesn’t need to be boring.  Caramelized onions add a deep sweetness and cooking the carrots until slightly charred concentrates the flavor.  The apples add a tart fruity-ness that make this a fun family dish.

I circled the core of the cabbage.  It's tough and hard to eat so I remove it before you slice the cabbage.
I circled the core of the cabbage. It’s tough and hard to eat so remove it before you slice the cabbage.
Cut the cabbage into quarters through the stem. Then remove the tough core
Cut the cabbage into quarters through the stem. Then remove the tough core
After you remove the core, slice the cabbage about 1/2 inch thick.
After you remove the core, slice the cabbage about 1/2 inch thick.  Careful, watch those fingers!!

 

Sautéed cabbage with carrots and apples serves 4-6 people

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 onion

3 carrots

1 small cabbage

1 apple ( I used a Fuji apple)

½ cup water, chicken broth or apple juice.

Salt

Ground ginger (optional)

Slice the onions, carrot and cabbage.

Heat the oil in a large skillet.  Cook the onion over medium heat until it’s caramelized.  Add carrots and cook until they are tender and a little bit brown.  Add sliced cabbage and water (or broth, or apple juice) to the pan and stir. Cover and cook for 5 minutes on medium heat until everything is tender and liquid has cooked out. Slice the apple.  Push the contents of the pan to one side; add the apple to the empty side and sauté until golden. Add salt and ginger (if using) and serve.

2 Comments

2 Comments on Sauteed Cabbage and Apples #Recipe-Vegan, Clean, Healthy and Delicious Eating

  1. Katherine G
    January 28, 2014 at 3:22 pm (7 years ago)

    This looks so delicious!!

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