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Cabbage and Pork Stew - Recipe

Cabbage and Pork Stew - by Happystove.com
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This recipe for Cabbage and Pork Stew is a delicious and tasty idea that is also a complete meal. Hearty and with a full taste, this recipe is the ideal choice for the cold season and the long winter nights.


  • Level: Medium
  • Preparation time: 30 minutes
  • Total time: 60 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings


  • Cabbage (big head)

  • Pork Loin

    1 lb
  • Ginger Powder

    1 tsp
  • Cumin

    1 pinch
  • Garlic

    3 cloves
  • Unsalted Butter

    2 tsps
  • White Pepper Corns (freshly ground)

    to taste
  • Bay Leaves

  • Salt

    to taste
  • Juniper

    to taste
  • Ham Bouillon (optional)

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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Cooking Directions:

Cabbage and Pork Stew - by Happystove.com

Wash and shred the green cabbage.

In a large stockpot saute the garlic in extra virgin olive oil until lightly brown, then add the shredded cabbage. Stirring continuously stir fry for 1-2 minutes.

Add 3 cups of water to the cabbage. Let boil, covered, for about 15 minutes.

In the meantime, cube the pork loin in pieces of about 1 inch and stir fry in a different large skillet with butter on medium-high flame.

When the meat is seared and lightly browned on the outside, turn off the flame and transfer the pork pieces in the pot with the cabbage.

Adjust with salt and pepper and add the ginger powder, some cumin, freshly ground white pepper corns, bay leaves and juniper berries.

Add more water if too dry. Add some broth or a ham boullion if the sauce is too light and unflavored.

Let cook for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally to avoid sticking to the bottom of the pot. Serve the Cabbage and Pork Stew hot.

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