Low Carb and Gluten Free Fried Cabbage with Kielbasa. Deliciously satisfying -Quick and Easy weeknight dinner on a budget! What could be more perfect?
There are so many different names for all the various low carb cabbage recipes floating around out there - crack slaw, egg roll in a bowl, fried cabbage, you name it! But the one thing that they all have in common is that they are delicious!
This Fried Cabbage with Kielbasa is one of the most popular keto recipes here on the site, and I can see why. You've got to love any recipe that contains inexpensive ingredients, is quick to make, and tastes like you spent hours on it. That is pretty much the food trifecta. This easy sausage and cabbage dinner fits the criteria for all three. Add in the fact that it is low carb and gluten free, and it's like winning the food lottery. Cabbage has long since been a low carb staple.
Random facts about cabbage
1. Cabbage is one of the oldest vegetables, dating back to the 1600’s.
2. Cabbage is rich source of vitamins C, K, B6 and B9 and minerals such as manganese and calcium.
3. Cabbage contains quantities of fiber and iron, which help to keep the digestive tract and colon in a healthy condition.
4. Cabbage is available in many varieties: red or purple, green and Napa cabbage, usually found in Chinese cooking, bok choi and Brussel Sprouts.
5. Cabbage is: Low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, High in Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Folate, Potassium, Manganese, Vitamin A, Thiamin, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Iron and Magnesium.
6. One cup of shredded raw cabbage contains 190% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C.
7. A thick-witted person may be called a cabbagehead. In Hebrew, the term “rosh kruv” (cabbagehead) implies stupidity.
8. Drinking juiced cabbage is known to assist in curing stomach and intestinal ulcers.
9. If one is looking for ingredients of a low calorie diet, cabbage is at the top of the list. One cup of cabbage only holds about 15 calories. It is definitely a weight-loss food.
10. Cultures in which cabbage is a staple food, such as in Poland and some parts of China, show a low incidence of breast cancer. Research suggests this is due to the protective effect of sulfur-containing compounds in cabbage.
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