Asian Cabbage

~ Asian Cabbage ~

A staple meal growing up for me was always sauteed cabbage with hot dogs.  Their is something consoling and pleasantly relaxed about this dish.  I immediately am taken back in time to gloomy school afternoons and lots of ketchup and mustard.  So as my first meal back home, I found this familiar dinner a welcomed comfort.

This time around an Asian flare was added.  I am quite a fan, and would add real ginger and toasted sesame seeds the next time I make this.

Asian Cabbage
1 head of cabbage
4-5 tbsp of oil of choice [olive, canola, sesame]
1-2 tbsp of minced garlic
following spices to taste:
ginger, garlic, and onion powder
black pepper
tamari and soy sauce.
Cook the garlic in oil first for a few minutes in a large skillet or wok.  Then add chopped  cabbage.  Add spices to taste, I eye gauged these.  Stop cooking when the cabbage begins to turn tender.

Served along hot dogs over basmati rice.  love.

What is your favorite meal to have when you visit home?

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