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Red Cabbage Recipe

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Victoria Stroink
Added: Thursday, November 6, 2008


Red Cabbage 2 heads cut into quarters and sliced thinly
Butter or Lard 1 stick
Brown sugar (handful)
4 tbsp Vinegar (Red)
1 Bayleaf
5 Junniper berries
˝ White onion with 4 whole cloves stuck in it
1 C. Red Wine
1 peeled apple

Heat lard or butter in saucepan. Add thinly sliced red cabbage. Immediate add vinegar to cabbage to help maintain the color. Add remaining ingredients and cook slowly for approximately 2 hours.
Put a little flour in to thicken before serving.

If you have a little grease or oil left from your meat dish you can add this to the red cabbage to give it a bit more flavor. Do this sparingly….




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