Peppered Cabbage for St. Patrick’s Day


St. Patrick’s Day is a VERY important holiday! Our last name is distinctively Irish-sounding and there are photos of ancestral homes in Ireland. Because of this, celebrating St. Patrick’s day has always been a BIG deal in Dave’s family. His parents always had a lot of fun with St. Pat’s day and years ago, his mom gave me a number of favorite recipes. I’ve tweaked the recipes quite a bit over the years to make them my own.

To be honest, a meal of corned beef and cabbage is WAY down the list for me, but these recipes are actually tasty and quite a treat. I’ll share how WE eat corned beef and cabbage as well as my favorite Irish soda bread. I’ll leave the making of the green beer to you.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner, Peppered cabbage

Fried Peppered Cabbage

  • 1 medium head green cabbage, grated
  • 1/4 c. olive oil
  • 1/2 c. plain yogurt
  • lemon pepper

Heat olive oil in large non-stick skillet over high heat. Add the cabbage and saute, stirring constantly for about two minutes.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner, Peppered cabbageSt. Patrick's Day Dinner, Peppered cabbage

The cabbage will be heated through but not wilted. It should still be a little crunchy. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in yogurt. Season generously with lemon pepper.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner, Peppered cabbage

And just a note on how St. Patrick’s Day works at OUR house….Dave does all the cooking and I sit back and watch!

Barb

4 thoughts on “Peppered Cabbage for St. Patrick’s Day

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  2. I’m trying to re-create an old favorite recipe of corned beef with a baked crust using a paste of mustard and brown sugar for it’s crust. Hoping yours will do it for me. Can you tell me the significance of The Rose of Tralee?

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