There is an asian cabbage recipe here somewhere. I will see if I can find it. It was really good with an asian type chicken recipe..
Here it is:.
Spicy Thai Shrimp and Cabbage.
Approx. 1/8 head cabbage, shredded or coarsely chopped (to equal 3 servings cooked).
1 tsp. olive oil.
1 Tbsp. diced Onion (optional if you want to save on condiments).
1/8 tsp garlic powder.
7 ounce frozen cooked shrimp, thawed.
1 tsp. reduced sodium soy sauce.
1/2 tsp. dried cilantro.
1/4 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes (more or less according to taste).
Heat 1 tsp. olive oil in skillet. Add onion and cabbage and stir fry for about 3 minutes until the cabbage is crisp-tender. Remove cabbage and keep it warm. In the same skillet, add cooked shrimp, soy sauce, cilantro, garlic powder, and red pepper flakes. Stir and heat thoroughly (about 3 mins).
I used light sesame oil rather than olive oil. I didn't do the shrimp either. I did a marinade of teriyaki chicken and used onion powder instead of actual onion..
You can do on plan stuffed cabbage too with some grated cauli and ground meat. Put in the crockpot with homemade marinara and then top with a little parm. It was so much easier than the real recipes I have made in the past...
Thanks Lynne maybe that will help with the craving!! ha cabbage rolls sound like nice fall comfort food!!..
Thanks for the recipe too! I make something similar, but add Mrs. Dash's salt free seasoning and also their "extra spicy" seasoning to it since I like food spicy!..
There is a stuffed pepper recipe that is on the boards. I would think you could use the same filling and use the cabbage instead of the peppers. I have also made a cabbage soup. It was really good and you can use any combination of OP veggies...
Thanks for finding this, Lynne...I wasn't even looking for a recipe, and this looks so good I may have to try it...
Lyn from http://escapefromobesity.blogspot.com/ has a cabbage soup on her blog. Just right for fall days...
Thanks ChristoMeg for that Spicy Thai Shrimp recipe. I made it last night with fresh sea scallops, and it was absolutely fabulous! Fit in nicely with my 2 Atkins friends too, who loved it as much as I did. I thin-sliced the cabbage, and it seemed like noodles. Everyone was happy. The sesame oil is a must for flavor. This will be in my regular rotation!..
I love grilling cabbage. Quarter the cabbage, and sprinkle some cajun seasoning (or just salt & pepper) with a tsp or two of butter in a foil packet. Let it grill 15-30 minutes, depending on how you like it.
It's really good! We ate this all the time before I even started MF...