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One-Pot Spiced Cabbage Leaves

Kenya is home to numerous types of vegetables due to its rich soil. Leafy vegetables are most common in the traditional diet of Kenyans and cabbage has become a favorite food. It is usually served with Ugali. South Kenyan cabbage is a mixture of maize meal and vegetables cooked in one pot and inexpensive and easy to make.

South Kenyan food market
South Kenyan food market

One-Pot Spiced Cabbage Leaves.


The African Gourmet creative sautéed cabbage recipe is cooked until the green cabbage is tender along with fresh red cabbage and red bell pepper. Green cabbage and red cabbage can naturally be used interchangeably as cabbage gets sweeter as it cooks; however, red cabbage is certainly more attractive looking.


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One-Pot Spiced Kenyan Cabbage Leaves


Ingredients

1 head green cabbage

1 head red cabbage

1 chopped red bell pepper

1 bunch chives, chopped

1 tablespoon onion powder

1 teaspoon garlic salt

Pepper to taste

1 tablespoon olive oil


Directions

Add ingredients into a large pot and saute about 10 minutes. Serve with Ugali.


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