Hopefully you read my post, “Tight Budget? No Problem!” In that post, I discuss several ways to get more bang for your buck when buying healthy food. One of the suggestions, was cabbage. Cabbage costs less than 10 cents per serving and packs a big nutritious boost. Cabbage stimulates the immune system, provides anti-inflammatory properties, kills bacteria and viruses, prevents the growth of cancerous cells, protects against tumors, helps control hormone levels and improves blood flow. My favorite thing about cabbage is that it is a natural detoxifier because it contains an abundance of vitamin C (more than oranges!), fiber and sulfur – all help purify blood and remove toxins of free radicals and uric acid.
So…I bought a head of cabbage…then I made dinner! This dinner takes a little prep of dicing vegetables, but totally worth it! And, it’s a one pot (errr…skillet) dinner! This dinner easily fits into a Paleo/Primal lifestyle too!
1 tablespoon butter (real butter, not margarine!)
2 teaspoons paprika
1 large onions, diced
1 lb. grass-fed ground beef
1/4 cup soy sauce or gluten-free tamari
1/2 cup water
1 green pepper, diced
3 stalks celery, diced
1/2 head cabbage, shredded
3 carrots, diced
Plenty of sea salt & pepper
In a skillet, melt butter and add paprika, salt, onions and ground beef. Cook until beef is brown. Drain grease if needed, but keep a small amount in the pan, as this will be part of your sauce. If you drained the beef, add it back to the skillet.
Stir in soy sauce and water, then add veggies. Stir until well combined.Add salt & pepper to taste.
Reduce heat to low-medium heat. Cover and cook until veggies are softened (about 30 minutes).
Enjoy! I served this with Mashed Cauliflower Fauxtatoes!
3 thoughts on “Skillet Supper and Why You Should Eat Cabbage!”
This turned out wonderfully!! I added garlic, hot pepper and ginger. OH MY OH Yummm-O this will be on the menu again for sure.
So glad that you liked this! I always add extra garlic and cayenne…I can’t get enough!
My family loves this!! I do 1/8 of less sodium soy and do not add salt. Lots of pepper. Yum!