Smoked Cabbage Anyone

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Smoked Cabbage Anyone

Postby Riverrat » 14 Sep 2011, 12:55

I was told about smoked cabbage a few days ago, kinda sounded interesting so am giving it a go, stuffed with bacon and onion and on the OTS set to smoke, takes about five hours - will see how it goes!! Anyone tried this? Will add some piccys when I can figure out how to add them!



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All fired up


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After five hours cooking, first two hours open then wrapped up to steam


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Ready to eat


Turned out kinda good, the top (the core end) was a little firm/crisp so could perhaps have done with another hour cooking, nice mild smokey taste (had some Hickory in with the charcoal). Will do this again!
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Re: Smoked Cabbage Anyone

Postby British BBQ Society » 14 Sep 2011, 17:48

Cant say it appeals to be honest although the bacon may be the saving grace!
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Re: Smoked Cabbage Anyone

Postby JEC » 14 Sep 2011, 20:00

Most things in life are worth a go, even if it is jut once!! You never know you might just make cooked cabbage edible.
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Re: Smoked Cabbage Anyone

Postby oddsocks » 14 Sep 2011, 20:41

interesting thought and it got me thinking...an onion with the middle scooped out and filled with a bacon/jalapeno/cheese mixture sounds like a plan to me
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Re: Smoked Cabbage Anyone

Postby wade » 15 Sep 2011, 06:21

It does sound like it is worth a try. I would have thought It may need something on the outside to keep it together - A cabbage slow cooked for 5 hours with nothing to support it would probably either blossom like a flower, slowly dissolve through the cooking grate or go as tough as leather! I guess it would depend on the cabbage. Sounds as if it could be tasty though...
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Re: Smoked Cabbage Anyone

Postby Riverrat » 15 Sep 2011, 12:23

Picture's added to first post, all got eaten so can't have been too bad!!
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