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