See how easy it is to cook cabbage in the crock pot with this simple recipe. Adjust the seasonings as desired adding your favorite herbs or spices. Can be eaten as is or used in other recipes calling for cooked cabbage.
chelle November 5, 2014 COMMENT: Ok..I am a good ol country gal so here's how to cook a southern head of cabbage. Cut or cabbage into 4 chunks, put them in a medium pot. Cover with water just to the top of the cabbage. ADD 1/2 cup vegetable oil,3-4 slices of good bacon (NOT TURKEY BACON) just regular bacon salt and pepper. Cover with a lid but, leave a little opening between the pot.and lid. Cook on low for 2-3 hours. Should be tender on the outside leaves but a little more firm on the inside. But its done...this is how my grand mother made it and we all still make it this way. Its really good. Don't add all those other seasonings to it. The oil,bacon,salt and pepper are all u need.. I'm cooking 1 tonight for dinner. Good luck....
wiccanwoman August 17, 2014 REVIEW:
Used vegetable broth instead of water, added ham bone, bay leaf and some oregano sprigs.
Guest Foodie April 19, 2014 REVIEW:
I usually cook my cabbage in 2 cups of chicken broth and add 1pkg of Lipton Onion soup mix. And a 1 garlic clove diced up...mm mm good
kh March 26, 2014 COMMENT: Figured it out...1/4 head cabbage = 1 serving.
kh March 25, 2014 REVIEW:
What constitutes one serving 1/2 cup (87g)?
Guest Foodie January 15, 2014 REVIEW:
I add cooked sasage and potatos with pepper and onion salt.
Guest Foodie November 3, 2013 REVIEW:
Easy, but could use more guidance on seasoning for those not familiar with what herbs and spices to use with cabbage. It turned out kinda bland so I'd like to know what I should add to it next time.
Jerri July 14, 2013 REVIEW:
The cabbage turns out great. The only downside is that your house smells like cooked cabbage. Might do it on high next time to speed up the process. Will also try the ham hock suggestion.