Keto cabbage and kielbasa. 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.
Kielbasa, like other cured meats and sausages, can be eaten as part of the ketogenic diet because of its relatively high fat content (a good thing for keto-eaters!). This classic and delicious keto cabbage and kielbasa makes enough to feed the entire family and, more importantly, will satisfy all!. Curcumin just happens to be fat soluble, so it is a pretty perfect additional to my fatty keto smoothie. You can have Keto cabbage and kielbasa using 5 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Keto cabbage and kielbasa
- It’s 1 head of chopped raw cabbage.
- You need 1 of minced garlic clove.
- Prepare 1 stick of salted sweet cream butter.
- You need to taste of Cracked black pepper and salt.
- Prepare 2 of rings of polska kielbasa.
According to Healthline (see references below): Curcumin is a natural anti-inflammatory, and in fact. This braised cabbage with kielbasa and bacon is such a flavorful meal that is perfect for any busy weeknight. This family friendly recipe will quickly become a staple in your home. Cabbage and kielbasa are a favorite combination of mine.
Keto cabbage and kielbasa instructions
- In a large skillet melt the butter. Add the chopped cabbage, garlic, and onion. Add salt and pepper to taste..
- While the cabbage is cooking, slice up the kielbasa and fry it up in a seprate pan..
- One the cabbage is tender, add the kielbasa to it..
You could always add a little more spice to this dish by adding some hot sauce. Also if you are tired of the same old breakfast, this recipe is great leftover for breakfast. It heats up quick in the microwave. One of my favorite things is putting out recipes and seeing what people respond to. It is so interesting because sometimes I publish a recipe that my family is obsessed with but it doesn't seem to get much traction.