Tasty Cabbage in Marinara Sauce

  

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  • Prep Time:
    5 Mins
  • Cook Time:
    10 Mins
  • Total Prep + Cook Time:
    15 Mins
  • Level:
    Easy
Tasty Cabbage in Marinara Sauce

Makes: 6 cups

Description: This is a delightful low-calorie, low-fat healthy dish! You can eat it as a side or be creative and add in some more vegetables or proteins to make it a main dish! Feel free to salt and season as you please...

Ingredients:
1/2 head  cabbage
2 tbsp  lemon juice
2 cups  Marinara sauce (I like using a vegetable variety spaghetti sauce)
1 tbsp  parsley
6 cups  water (to boil)

Instructions: Boil the water in a big pot. As the water is boiling, chop up the cabbage into 1-inch cubed pieces. Once the pot is boiling, add the cabbage and lemon juice. Cook for 5-10 min depending upon how you like the tenderness of your cabbage (it's like cooking pasta al dente, etc.). Once boiled, drain the cabbage. Put it into a big bowl (it will be hot) and add the marinara sauce and parsley. Stir well. Refrigerate leftovers and feel free to reheat it whenever you like! Delish!

Recent Comments

  • Author image By Meganelewin
    May 12, 2014   Edit

    I never would have thought of this!

  • Author image By katniels2no1
    Oct 30, 2012   Edit

    Easy to make and to remember, was asked for recipe

  • Author image By Dragonflytc4
    Dec 05, 2011   Edit

    I added browned ground turkey, my kids even liked it!

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