‘ey up! Cabbage bowls time!
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You can make this recipe in the Instant Pot or on the hob – if you’re using the hob, you’ll need a good non-stick casserole pot. Let’s go! This makes enough for four.
to make lazy cabbage bowls you will need
- 1 savoy cabbage, chopped roughly
- 250g beef mince
- 250g pork mince
- 1 onion, diced
- 750ml passata
- 3 tbsp cider vinegar
- 2 tbsp maple syrup (4 syns) (you could also use honey, brown sugar or even sweetener, but just make sure to check the syns)
- 2 tbsp worcestershire sauce
- 2 tsp paprika
- 2 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp mustard powder
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to make lazy cabbage bowls you should:
- on the Instant Pot, press the ‘saute’ button and adjust to ‘Normal’
- add a bit of oil and then the mince, and brown off until just a little bit of pink remains
- add the diced onion and stir frequently until it’s starting to go translucent
- add the rest of the ingredients except the cabbage and give a really good stir
- sit the cabbage on top (don’t stir!) and put the lid on
- cook on High pressure for 8 minutes, and use the quick release method when done
- give a good stir and serve – we had ours with rice – it was lovely!
Using a hob? Same kind of idea – cook everything off first, then leave to simmer and sweat for maybe forty minutes until everything comes together like a Roman orgy.
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