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On to todays pick from the patch, we still had some of the cabbage we picked left over from the other day. I actually went to the fridge thinking we'd have to feed it to the chooks but it's easy to forget just how fresh our produce is. It is only 2 days old, not weeks as supermarket produce. It still had an amazing crunch. But what to do with cabbage?
We have heaps of silver beet in the patch so I googled and came up with a Sautéed Cabbage and Spinach recipe. Easy enough and I'd just substitute the silver beet.
Here is my adaption of the recipe. Its actually very nice but make sure you don't overcook it. The greens should still have a good green colour and the cabbage a slight crunch.
In a saucepan over med-high heat, heat oil and butter, add and cook cabbage, salt, and sugar, stirring frequently, until cabbage is tender-crisp. Add spinach; cook 1 minute longer, stirring constantly.
You can see here it still has lots of colour.