St. Patty’s Day: Dill Cabbage Recipe. I’m sharing a super yummy Dill Cabbage Recipe today. This is one of my family’s favorites and its oh so easy to make. Be sure to check out all our Recipes and St. Patrick’s Day Inspiration.
Are you getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day? I’ll be honest…my favorite part of this particular holiday is definitely the food. (Although if we are going full disclosure, the food is basically my favorite part of any holiday!!) I love doing traditional meals for holidays. I think its such a nice way to celebrate!
For St. Patrick’s Day, I love doing green eggs and ham for breakfast and corned beef and cabbage for dinner. I guess we go silly green in the morning and traditional Irish in the evening. Fun for all!!
Who says Cabbage has to be boring? Try this yummy take on the traditional corned beef and cabbage. You’ll never want to go back to the old boiled kind again!
Here’s the recipe…
1 TB olive oil
2 cloves diced garlic
1 head cabbage
1 bouillon cube
1/2 cup water
2 TB white wine
3 TBs dried dill
Saute garlic in olive oil in large skillet. When garlic is browned add chopped cabbage and all other ingredients and cover. Cook on low heat until cabbage is slightly crunchy. Turn up heat to medium and cook uncovered stirring constantly until cabbage is slightly browned. Serves 4-6Hope you enjoy:)
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