Cooked cabbage with bacon, onion, celery, green capsicum and vinegar.
Used different ingredients. Didn't care for this at all. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I'm sure it was my fault. I guess I really overcooked the cabbage because it was soft and didn't use real bacon. I subbed turkey bacon cooked in the microwave. Didn't have celery so had to leave that out and used cider vinegar instead. I put a little sugar in it, but didn't help any. I guess I can't complain because I didn't follow the recipe at all. Oh well, guess I'd better learn a lesson from this one. Thanks anyway. - 29 Sep 2008
I only used half a cabbage but the rest of the ingredients were about the same amounts. At first when I tried some I thought it was a bit weird, not bad weird, just weird. As I was getting through it with dinner I was rather enjoying it. I even went back for seconds. I also cooked the cabbage in the fry pan instead of cooking in pot first. Threw cabbage in and cooked till wilted a little then threw other veg in. - 11 Jun 2012
Used different ingredients. We like cabbage in general, but this was especially delicious. It is my favourite kind of cooking--simple, fast, with lots of flavour. I subbed mushrooms for the celery, red capsicum for the green capsicum, cider vinegar for the white vinegar (those are what I had on hand and my general preferences anyway). I took a bit of a short cut with the preparation and just threw all the veggies in the pan to saute together without cooking the cabbage first (okay, I'm lazy). My husband and I practically licked the bowl clean. Thanks for sharing a fabulous recipe. - 29 Sep 2008