cabbage steaks are great to have around, especially on a camping trip or in the garden!
I used a lot of the cabbage for this recipe, and I think it turned out really well.
There’s not a lot to it other than a few simple ingredients, and a few easy recipes.
You’ll need:1 1/2 pounds of your favorite cabbage1 cup of water1/4 cup of vinegar1/2 cup of sugar1/8 cup of flour1 teaspoon of salt1/16 teaspoon of garlic powder1 teaspoon baking soda1/3 cup of carrots1/5 cup of spinach1/6 cup of shredded carrots 1/4 teaspoon of thyme1/10 teaspoon of black pepper1/12 teaspoon of cayenne pepperThe easiest way to make cabbage steakhouses is to just chop it up into bite sized pieces and steam it.
The cabbage itself will have a lot less liquid than most steaks.
However, the liquid will help it hold its shape.
I found that I liked steaming the cabbage in the microwave for a minute or so.
If you have the time and patience, I recommend steaming it at the slowest possible speed (10-15 seconds).
I like to steam it for 20-30 seconds.
If the cabbage is cooked a little before you add the water, it’s ready to use right away.
You can also steam the cabbage at room temperature for a couple of minutes if you want to really heat it up.
I’m always using the microwave because I’ve always found that it helps to get the steam out of the pot before you take it out of it.
You want to make sure the steam is still flowing when you’re cooking it.
If it’s not, you might end up with burnt cabbage.
Once the steam has dissipated, you can add the vinegar and sugar to the cabbage and cook it until it’s nice and thick.
The carrots can be left out, but I just like to add them before adding the cabbage.
The rest of the ingredients are optional, but they’re not bad either.
The best thing about making steaks at home is that you can do it all in one sitting, so you can focus on your garden and the gardeners, instead of trying to make all of the different things you’ll need to make your own steaks in a couple hours.
You also get to make them a bit faster and easier than cooking them at the restaurant.
I’ve made cabbage steak sandwiches and sautéed cabbage, so I’m sure that you’ll have a good recipe to share.
This recipe has been updated to reflect the addition of the garlic powder and salt to the recipe.
The recipe has also been updated for clarity.