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Give me your best red cabbage recipe.

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VivaLeBeaver Sun 21-Dec-14 22:29:42

I normally do one with red wine and balsamic vinegar but fancy a change. Any good ones? Thanks.

CocktailQueen Sun 21-Dec-14 22:30:18

I boil mine in orange juice and raisins - yummy!

ExitPursuedByABear Sun 21-Dec-14 22:31:18

Place marking. I need inspiration.

BiscuitMillionaire Sun 21-Dec-14 22:34:24

You've reminded me I've been meaning to try making red cabbage with apple. Just googled and got Delia's recipe, which looks good.

ouryve Sun 21-Dec-14 22:37:45

I do the delia one, add a handful of cranberries and do it on the hob, since I have an induction hob which can cook very slowly. It would work well in a slow cooker.

Though this year, I'm buying some from M&S.

VivaLeBeaver Sun 21-Dec-14 22:39:03

Yes, I'd read something about doing it with apple is meant to be good. Off to google the delis recipe. Thanks.

Misty9 Sun 21-Dec-14 23:35:42

Delia recipe is the best; cooking apple and onion. Even ds eats it!

Longdistance Sun 21-Dec-14 23:38:09

I just sauté it off in a pan with olive oil and ground black pepper. Always goes down a treat with everyone I serve it to.

TheSpottedZebra Sun 21-Dec-14 23:41:52

Another vote for St Delia's recipe. Have it every Xmas.
It makes a vat, and freezes really well.

Threeplus1 Sun 21-Dec-14 23:42:41

I use red wine, apples and a pinch of cloves and cinnamon and cook it long and slow yum!

emeline Sun 21-Dec-14 23:47:18

Orange juice and vinegar and honey.

Like the idea of adding cranberries, might try that.

AliMonkey Sun 21-Dec-14 23:52:50

Definitely Delia's. Made it yesterday and reminded myself just how lovely it was. Love the fact you can make red cabbage and freeze and if anything it tastes better reheated.

AwfulBeryl Sun 21-Dec-14 23:58:20

I do mine with apple, raisins, cinnamon and red wine. a

catbus Mon 22-Dec-14 00:05:03

I layer mine with the cabbage and cooking apple. Butter and white wine vinegar plus some mixed spices and brown sugar. Chuck in sultanas and bob's yer auntie.

catbus Mon 22-Dec-14 00:05:45

Whoops and onion!

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