“Last Friday I bought a head of cabbage to make “sinigang,” a soupy dish from the Philippines with a distinct salty/sour note, because I wanted to get rid of my cold. Sinigang, can be made with chicken, pork, seafood, cabbage and other vegetables. This dish can help you beat your cold. Now that I’ve chased it away, I’m left with a good amount of leftover cabbage. So for today’s Meatless Monday recipe, I’m using the extra veggie to make a main dish I call Cabbage Potato and Carrot Medley. Fragrantly delicious, it has a Moroccan flair with cumin, cinnamon and lemon. And a delicious use of surplus cabbage, I might add…” read more
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