Twice-baked curried potatoes with savoy cabbage
Cabbages, cauliflower and rutabagas are nutritional powerhouses in need of a little PR. Try this Twice-Baked Curried Potatoes With Savoy Cabbage.
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Posted: Sunday, January 20, 2013 4:30 am
Even in the bright new days of the new year, cabbages, cauliflower and rutabagas are nutritional powerhouses in need of a little PR. They can bring new and unexpected flavors to the table, but ho-hum ways of cooking them fail to inspire all but the most loyal fans.
For large cabbages like savoy, take a page from what has happened to Brussels sprouts, which are being roasted or shredded, then quickly sauteed. With similar treatment, savoy cabbage could become filling for ravioli or mashed into potatoes with caramelized onions. Stir-fried Napa cabbage pairs beautifully with shiitake mushrooms as egg roll filling or in fried rice.
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