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Omg I forgot the parsley too and it was still very good. Next time caraway seeds and parsley for sure.
It was very good. Didn’t have caraway seeds but wish 8 did. Could have used a little more flavor. I will make it again
This recipe is fantastic! My wife always cooks up pork and cabbage on New Years Day, as part of her heritage. Today, she was not feeling well. I told her I would take care of dinner. I made this recipe along with some garlic roasted potatoes. The whole family loved the meal. Thank you for posting this!
, love, Love love it! I made it just like you said EXCEPT…….I added some light brown sugar and 1/2 a bottle of DR. Pepper. That will satisfy my wife’s urge to put applesauce on it
I didn’t made it yet but want. Do I need to cover the pan with cabbage during cooking?
Hi, Dee! Nope, no need to cover. Enjoy!
This is really fantastic. It’s in my weekly rotation! Comes out great every time. My whole family loves it even the 4year old! I think this is probably the best way I’ve had cabbage prepared. Seriously good flavor even with Caraway and fennel omitted.
I was not sure about this recipe but as I had everything on hand, I gave it a try, the only substitution was that I added fennel instead of caraway which I didn’t have. It was marvelous. Will make again and again. Thanks.
I made this a couple of days ago and we loved it. I will make this again and again.
Cooked this last weekend and family very much enjoyed it! Kid doesn’t like cabbage in any form, but this was loved even by her. Definitely will cook this again. Easy and delicious.
Can I substitute chicken thighs for the pork chops?
Yes, try it with chicken thighs. It might be quite good. Happy cooking!
I make something similar to this regularly in a slow cooker. Cabbage, apples, a bit of vinegar and honey and pork chops/roast. Simple easy and flavorful.
I am getting ready to shop and prepare this recipe for dinner. However, what am I missing?? You say low and slow makes for tender and juicy pork chops yet we are to bake them at 400 degrees.
Hi, Lynn! 400-degrees is correct! I see what you’re saying though — maybe it would have been been better to say “cook medium-low and slow.” :) Still, since pork chops are so often quickly cooked in a few minutes over high heat on the stovetop, this is low and slow by comparison!
Hi there! I was reading through this recipe and there seems to be some missing text in the paragraph after #4? Can you let me know what it is supposed to say please? My husband and I really like the sound of this one! Thanks!
It was just missing the word “Transfer”! Sorry about that — fixed now. Thanks for pointing it out!
Thanks very much! This is definitely going on the menu at my house soon! :-D