White cabbage smoky stew

White cabbage smoky stew

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laura

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"A nice rich taste with smoky flavours. Best served with dark bread."

Difficulty

Medium 👍

Preparation

45 min

Baking

300 min

Resting

30 min

Ingredients

2Servings
white cabbage
100 g
smoked ham or sausage
big onion
red pointed pepper
133⅓ ml
canned tomatoes
leaves
bay leaves
tbsp
white wine vinegar
tsp
sweet paprika powder
tsp
smoked paprika powder
salt
pepper
16⅔ ml
water

Utensils

2 knives, 2 cutting boards, bowl, slow cooker, nonstick pan

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  • Step 1/3

    Cut the cabbage in quarters. Start chopping one of the quarters. Transfer to a bowl and salt it well. Add small amounts of white wine vinegar and mix it by hand. Let the chopped cabbage rest while you chop another quarter. This needs to be done in order to release juices from the cabbage and avoid any bitterness. Try to squeeze out the liquid and transfer cabbage in the crockpot. Repeat until all cabbage is finished. Add about 50ml of water and start the slowcooker on setting high.
    • white cabbage
    • tbsp white wine vinegar
    • salt
    • 16⅔ ml water
    • knife
    • cutting board
    • bowl
    • slow cooker

    Cut the cabbage in quarters. Start chopping one of the quarters. Transfer to a bowl and salt it well. Add small amounts of white wine vinegar and mix it by hand. Let the chopped cabbage rest while you chop another quarter. This needs to be done in order to release juices from the cabbage and avoid any bitterness. Try to squeeze out the liquid and transfer cabbage in the crockpot. Repeat until all cabbage is finished. Add about 50ml of water and start the slowcooker on setting high.

  • Step 2/3

    Cut the smoked meat in small pieces. Chop the onion. Dice the red pepper. Add the smoked meat in a pan on medium heat. Let it cook until the fat starts melting. Add some vegetable oil if still necessary and let it heat up. Add the chopped onion. Sauté it for a few minutes until soft. Add the diced red pepper and sauté a few minutes. Add the bay leaves and pepper. Add the canned tomatoes and paprika then mix. Only use the additional smoked paprika if the meat is too mild Let it boil on low heat.
    • 100 g smoked ham or sausage
    • big onion
    • red pointed pepper
    • 133⅓ ml canned tomatoes
    • leaves bay leaves
    • tsp sweet paprika powder
    • tsp smoked paprika powder
    • pepper
    • cutting board
    • knife
    • nonstick pan

    Cut the smoked meat in small pieces. Chop the onion. Dice the red pepper. Add the smoked meat in a pan on medium heat. Let it cook until the fat starts melting. Add some vegetable oil if still necessary and let it heat up. Add the chopped onion. Sauté it for a few minutes until soft. Add the diced red pepper and sauté a few minutes. Add the bay leaves and pepper. Add the canned tomatoes and paprika then mix. Only use the additional smoked paprika if the meat is too mild Let it boil on low heat.

  • Step 3/3

    In the end transfer the content of the pan to the slow cooker and mix it in. Let it cook for about 5 hours in the crockpot on high level. Last hour, place a paper towel under the slow cooker lid in order to allow some evaporation. Taste it, it's ready as soon as the cabbage has a nice brownish color and is soft and sweet. Alternative to slow cooker would be to start it on the stove and as soon as it has heat up and is mixed with the meat and tomatoes to transfer it in the oven.

    In the end transfer the content of the pan to the slow cooker and mix it in. Let it cook for about 5 hours in the crockpot on high level. Last hour, place a paper towel under the slow cooker lid in order to allow some evaporation. Taste it, it's ready as soon as the cabbage has a nice brownish color and is soft and sweet. Alternative to slow cooker would be to start it on the stove and as soon as it has heat up and is mixed with the meat and tomatoes to transfer it in the oven.

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    White cabbage smoky stew

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