Fried Cabbage With Bacon And Onions – Salty, Sweet, Buttery, Savory, And Savory – This Irish-inspired recipe is a huge hit for the whole family!
This is my favorite cabbage and bacon recipe – super simple, easy and delicious in just one skillet – and one of the most delicious dishes you can prepare for St. Patrick’s Day celebration!
If you love cabbage and bacon (and who doesn’t like bacon?), This is the one you’ll want to eat over and over again.
Slightly sweet, slightly salty, rich in buttery and filled with crunchy bacon – this fried cabbage with bacon is sure to be your favorite easy side dish!
This keto cabbage plate is naturally low in carbs – making it a great choice for a keto diet, low-carb, paleo, and gluten-free diets.
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- Ingredients :
° 4 strips of thick bacon cut into cubes
° 3 tablespoons butter
° 1 onion, diced
° 6 garlic cloves, minced
° 1 head of cabbage, diced
° 1 teaspoon Celtic sea salt
- Instructions :
Cut the bacon into thick pieces, and fry until crunchy. Then removing from pan and set apart .
Heat butter in a large frying pan over medium-high heat until it melts and turns into a frothy.
Add chopped onions to the pan, and cook until soft and translucent, about 4 minutes. Stirring to stop sticking .
Add garlic to the pan, and cook until fragrant and soft, about 3 minutes.
Add cabbage to a skillet and stir well until covered with butter.
Generously season the salt.
Let the cabbage halve, about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally as it cooks to prevent burning and allow it to cook evenly. Add bacon to the skillet.
When cabbage loses much of its volume and begins to turn shiny, slightly translucent, and has beautiful brown bits, it is ready to serve.