Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Cabbage and Kielbasa Skillet
Yesterday, Teresa asked if this was as easy as it sounded. Yes! This cabbage kielbasa skillet is one of our favorite meals. It is perfect for those after St. Patrick day cabbage sales, but the rest of the year it is a great way to flavor up a humble but nutritous green.
1 small head cabbage, chopped into bite size pieces
1 kielbasa or sausage link (around 14oz)chopped very small
salt, pepper and soy sauce to taste
Heat skillet to medium-high and place kielbasa chunks in skillet. Cook for 2-3 minutes until kielbasa barely starts to brown. Add cabbage (this is the tricky part...it will often need to wilt a little before all can fit in the skillet). Cook until cabbage is crisp-tender and kielbasa is heated through. Add salt, pepper and soy sauce to taste, serve over brown rice or on its own with some sour dough bread on the side.
Approximate cost breakdown: Cabbage $1.59 (for 1 small head), Kielbasa $1.99 (I will buy this when a "good" brand is under $2.00, brown rice $0.50. This feeds our small family of 3 (2 adults and one baby/toddler)for dinner and then the following day's lunch for under $4.00 or less than $1 per serving.
Even if you think cabbage is bland otherwise, you should give this a try!
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