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I have been raised on cabbage dinners due to my mother being a fabulous Polish/Hungarian lady. Her mother taught her how to make all kinds of yummy things using cabbage, stewed tomatoes, and sausage. I frequently make meals like this for my family and they seem to enjoy them, all right.
This recipe for fried cabbage is very filling and super good. It is also very easy to make and doesn’t require any fancy footwork. All you do is dice, shred, and toss the ingredients into a frying pan. I like to use my old cast iron skillet for this recipe. Let me know how your fried cabbage and sausage turns out in the comments 🙂
Recipe and photo courtesy of Loveisforever.
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