|Eat This Too|
|by Dom Deluise|
With his first smash cookbook, Eat This, the nation discovered that cooking is a passion Dom DeLuise and his family take seriously.
Tip: Try pork cabbage for more results.
1 - 10 of 11 for leftover pork cabbage
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Place the pork, soy sauce ... until tender and all liquid has evaporated. Add rice; stir-fry for a few minutes. Add kimchi and warm through. Ready to serve.
Fry meat, vegetables and rice and add 2 tablespoons soy sauce. Use a wok or black cast iron skillet.
Brown and drain ... and saute. Chop leftover pork roast and heat. Lay on top the shredded cabbage and steam. To ... cabbage. Steam 10 minutes. Toss and serve.
Cut pork into thin strips. ... and pepper. For cabbage, cook bacon ... spoon to pile cabbage onto plate. Top with pork strips. Pass the dressing. Serves 4.
1. Put Annatto ... Stir fry carrots, cabbage, onions, garlic ... almost soft. Add MSG and salt. (Cook these in the oil.) 3. Add Annatto water and soy sauce.
Soak mushrooms for ... and add shredded cabbage. Stir for ... cabbage and stir until hot. If you like it spicy, use Mongolian fire oil. Makes 4 servings.
Brown beef and pour off fat. Add chicken broth and canned tomatoes. Add all other ingredients (except hot sauce). Cover and bring to boil. Turn down ...
Cook until cabbage is cooked. Add the pork roast or chops. ... as needed. Cook slowly. Add the corn and continue cooking until heated through. Serve hot.
Brown meat, onion ... cook carrots first, cabbage last. Then add ... non-stick frying pan and add oil if necessary. The only problem is I can never make enough!
In large pot ... 2 heads of cabbage from which core ... ends. Chop up leftover cabbage and mix ... on stove top slowly, 3-4 hours until cabbage is tender.
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