Cabbage julienne with ham


Cabbage julienne with ham
A quick recipe: cabbage julienne cooked English style, pan-fried ribbons of ham, a knob of butter and some parsley, and it's ready.
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Last modified on: December 31th 2013

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25 min.2 min.27 min.
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Stage 1 - 20 min.
Cabbage julienne with ham : Photo of step #1
Prepare ½ green cabbage, cooked.

Stage 2 - 2 min.
Cabbage julienne with ham : Photo of step #2
In a frying pan on moderate heat, put 1 tablespoon olive oil and 2 slices cured ham cut into ribbons, cook for 1 or 2 minutes.

Stage 3 - 2 min.
Cabbage julienne with ham : Photo of step #3
Add cooked cabbage, and mix well to reheat it.

Stage 4 - 3 min.
Cabbage julienne with ham : Photo of step #4
Finish by adding 1 knob butter and a little parsley finely chopped, mix well once more, it's ready.
Remarks
Green or white cabbage, use whichever you have or prefer.
Keeping
Several days in the fridge, covered by a plastic film.
Nutritional information
Whole recipe
Energetic valueProteins CarbohydratesFats
490 Kcal or 2,052 Kj12 gr0 gr47 gr
24 %5 %0 %7 %
Per 100 g
Energetic valueProteins CarbohydratesFats
81 Kcal or 339 Kj2 gr0 gr8 gr
4 %1 %0 %1 %
Per person
Energetic valueProteins CarbohydratesFats
122 Kcal or 511 Kj3 gr0 gr12 gr
6 %1 %0 %2 %
% are calculated relative to a Recommended Dietary Intake or RDI of 2000 k-calories or 8400 k-joules by day for a woman (change to a man).
Possible allergens in this recipe: Sulfites, Milk
How much will it cost?
  • For 4 people : 2.19 €
  • Per person : 0.55 €

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Source
Home made.
This recipe uses (among others)
Cured hamCured ham: You can check-out other recipes which use it, like for example: Surprise eggs, Bisto-style canapés, Sliced cauliflower with 3 cheeses, Potato and two ham gratin, Leek and egg frichti, ... All
ButterButter: You can get more informations, or check-out other recipes which use it, for example: Cannelés, Pear, grapefruit and pistachio tart, Mushroom duxelles, Pork Chops with Rosemary, Almond macaroon cake, ... All
Olive oilOlive oil: You can get more informations, or check-out other recipes which use it, for example: Lumberjack turnovers, Guacamole, Welsh (French Welsh Rarebit), Rabbit civet, Cheese and tomato tart, ... All
Green cabbageGreen cabbage: You can get more informations, or check-out other recipes which use it, for example: Warm scallop and cabbage salad, Cockles and cabbage with smoky cream sauce, Duet of creamed cauliflower and cabbage , Bistro-style cabbage salad, Stuffed cabbage leaves, ... All
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  • A small piece.
    Posted by jh january 9th 2020 at 08:10 (n° 3)
  • What is a "knob" of butter?
    Posted by Nancy january 8th 2020 at 21:37 (n° 2)
  • As soon as I saw this recipe it reminded me of Bubble & Squeak, although I'm not sure why:) I've been thinking about making stuffed cabbage for the past few weeks. Perhaps, I should try this version instead. So much easier...Thanks for sharing, jh.
    Posted by Louise october 13th 2009 at 20:34 (n° 1)
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