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Colour and crunch

by Terence Handley MacMath

Posted: 19 Sep 2014 @ 12:05

THE gift of a weighty medicine-ball of a home-grown red cabbage from Tim and Jenny makes a welcome change from the long salad days of Webbs Wonderful. If you can find such a wonder cabbage, try some of these Salads.

Cooked red cabbage has its points, but the colour can turn unappealingly inky. Cook it very conservatively in a little olive oil, and season with chopped onion and caraway seeds, or use it for the second recipe below. Either way, only make as much as you ...

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