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A simple dinner recipe
Topic Started: May 19 2017, 06:56 AM (85 Views)
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Saw this this morning - looks good

Caitlin Steininger is the chef and Kelly Trush is the voice behind Cooking with Caitlin. Find recipes, how-to videos and a calendar of all their live events at cookingwithcaitlin.com. Find more of their recipes at the bottom of this page.

Here's a super one-pan supper that will save you in these crazy weeks of May. As every class, team and committee scrambles to wrap up before summer, we are left to be creative in our scheduling of all the performances, matches and meetings that demand our time. Don't let dinnertime put you over the edge.

Keep this recipe close and tailor it to the tastes of your family. Try spicy smoked sausage, add halved Brussels sprouts or pearl onions to the cabbage, and play with all sorts of crusty breads to sop up the juices. All in one pan, baby.


1 head green cabbage

1 pound red potatoes (approx. 5)

2 packages smoked sausages

3 tablespoons vegetable oil

Ĺ teaspoon caraway Seeds

Ĺ teaspoon ground pepper

1 teaspoon kosher salt

stone ground mustard

1 baguette


1. Place the potatoes in a small pot and cover with water; bring to high heat and boil until tender, approximately 20 minutes.

2. While the potatoes are cooking, prep the cabbage: Remove the outermost leaves and the stem, quarter the head and cut out the core. Slice into thin strands and spread onto a cookie sheet.

3. When tender, drain the potatoes and cut into sixths. Layer on top of the cabbage.

4. Next, cut the sausages into chunks and spread on top of the potatoes. Finally, drizzle whole sheet with the oil and season with the caraway seeds, salt and pepper.

5. Transfer the sheet into a preheated 400-degree oven and cook for 30 minutes.

6. After the 30 minutes, remove from the oven and serve right away with mustard and warm multigrain bread.

Prep time: 15 minutes

Cook time: 50 minutes

Yields: dinner for 4
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All about 1 pan stuff. Looks good!
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