I used to hate eating cabbage, unless it was in the form of kimchi. I LOVE kimchi!
One day our Taiwanese-American friends came over to cook our family dinner and they walked in with a ginormous cabbage. The cabbages here are huge and are quite heavy to carry home from the store!
Our friend taught me how to make Chicken Lo Mein that night and he made a side of fried cabbage. I was reluctant to try the cabbage, but to be polite I took a bite…and I was hooked!
It was so yummy!
And then I had a revelation… I actually like cabbage…I just hate BOILED cabbage! For over a year, our family thoroughly enjoyed that Chicken Lo Mein recipe with cabbage.
But over the past few months our family has gone gluten-free, so no more Lo Mein noodles for us. A few weeks ago, I decided to revive the noodles by making cabbage “noodles” instead. Here is how I do it:
- Wash the cabbage and slice into thin strips.
2. Heat your pan on high, add some oil, throw in a minced clove of garlic, salt, pepper, and stir fry the cabbage.
3. Add some cooked gluten-free marinated chicken or whatever else (that is gluten-free) that you prefer on top and you now have a gluten-free meal! Enjoy!