Sunday, February 24, 2008

Recipe of the Week

I know I'm way behind on posting recipes, but I will try to get back on track with posting a new recipe each week for you. This week's recipe is a family favorite. I'm not sure where the name originated, perhaps the original recipe was made with pork rather than beef.


1-1/2 lbs. ground chuck
3 cups coarsely chopped white cabbage
2-1/4 cups ketchup

Crumble ground chuck in a skillet and cook until no longer pink; drain off any grease. Add coarsely chopped cabbage and the ketchup and stir well. Cover and cook over medium heat stirring frequently until cabbage is tender. Remove from heat and spoon over hamburger buns. This makes about 8 servings.

Note: I cook this recipe in an iron skillet. Cooking acidic foods (tomatoes/ketchup) in an iron skillet releases iron from the skillet and is an easy way to add iron to your diet.


K&E@forgetmenotdreams said...

Pig crack me up!
forget me not dreams

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

I bet the pig comes from people snarfing it up :) sounds yummy.

Debbie said...

Francie...that's what my mom said didn't have any history on where the name came from just tha the recipe came from a Polish or Czech friend of my grandmother's.....and they do get "snarfed up" around here! :)

Eileen...I know....the name is kinda "snarfy"! LOLOL

Hummingbird Chats said...

Happy MArch...looking forward to more pretty pictures of your yard...Katie

Janet Bernasconi said...

Yummy! Pig Sandwiches? lol Love your blog Debbie! Just wanted to stop in and say hello!
Janet's Creative Pillows

GEORGIA said...

Debbie.....Just dropped by to say hello! Yummy Pig Sandwich recipe!!
Your blog is a fun place to visit!!

Grandma G's

ThriftShopRomantic said...

Sounds good, Debbie! Just wanted to stop by and see how you were doing. Looks like you're on the brink o' spring there in Arkansas... we still have a few weeks to go (winter loves its last hurrahs up north!) but the birds are chirping away. Hopefully they know something I don't. :) Take care! -Jenn

K&E@forgetmenotdreams said...

Debbie, I just noticed the spotlight of our Teapot Pillow! What a nice surprise! Thank you so much! Karen is a master stitcher and this piece is a beauty! Also, thanks for helping us toast Joyce at MMP on our blog! Our best to you!
Forget Me Not Dreams

Sharon said...

mmmmmmmmmmmm~ not so sure about the cabbage ~ but I will try it~S