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SOUTHERN FRIED CABBAGE WITH BACON, AND ONION

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Southern fried cabbage and bacon will become an instant favorite from the first bite. You have tender cabbage that is seasoned to perfection with garlic, onions, and of course salty bacon. Serve this dish up any day of the week or to your guests and watch it disappear instantly. This fried cabbage and bacon is magical, it just works in an incredible way!

If you have never had pan-fried cabbage, you are not living. I mean to tell you this side dish is simple to make but loaded with vibrant flavors. Pair with any main dish and watch it outshine the meal. I used a cast iron skillet and it worked perfectly for that southern fried cabbage I grew up eating.

Southern fried cabbage and bacon will become an instant favorite from the first bite. You have tender cabbage that is seasoned to perfection with garlic, onions, and of course salty bacon. Serve this dish up any day of the week or to your guests and watch it disappear instantly. This fried cabbage and bacon is magical, it just works in an incredible way!

If you have never had pan-fried cabbage, you are not living. I mean to tell you this side dish is simple to make but loaded with vibrant flavors. Pair with any main dish and watch it outshine the meal. I used a cast iron skillet and it worked perfectly for that southern fried cabbage I grew up eating.

INGREDIENTS:

6 slices Of bacon.
A large head cabbage, I removed the core and sliced it.
2 minced cloves Of garlic.
1 large diced onion.
1 Tbsp.Of salt.
1 Tsp.Of ground black pepper.
1/2 Tsp.Of onion powder.
1/2 Tsp.Of garlic powder.
1/2 Tsp.Of paprika.
Carrots, but it’s optional

 

Instructions:

Step 1: In a large skillet, I fried the bacon over medium heat until crispy and fried.

Step 2: To rinse, I cut the bacon and put it on paper towels. I chopped it into crumbles.

Step 3: I stirred in the garlic and onion with the bacon grease and I cooked in a pan, stirring constantly, for 5 minutes, until tender.

Step 4: After that, quickly I added the cabbage and continue to cook for another ten minutes or until softened.

Step 5: To steam the cabbage, I added the bacon crumbles on top, 1⁄3 cup of water as required, salt and pepper to taste, onion powder, garlic powder, and paprika.

Step 6: I stirred to mix, I reduced the heat and cooked for a few more minutes, or till the liquid evaporates, and continued to stir at frequent intervals.

Step 7: If needed, I tasted and re-seasoned, and Immediately I served it.
Remember that you have some carrots in the mixture, which just adds something special to the dish.

ENJOY.

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