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Thursday, December 5, 2013

"Delicious Cabbage Pie"

This cabbage pie is really simple to make and it's delicious. It's a very unusual pie and super scrumptious. I really like the dough in it. My family loved it!!! With only 6 tbsp of flour, this could work on low carb diet.

Ingredients:
2 cups of  shredded Cabbage 
3 Eggs
5 tbsp (1/3 cup) Sour Cream 
3 tbsp Mayonnaise 
6 tbsp Flour (for keto use 1/2 cup of almond flour)
1 tsp Salt .
2 tsp Baking powder 
1 tbsp  Dill 
3 tbsp green onion
Sesame seeds (for sprinkling)

Another good filling for this pie is:
      3 boiled eggs, cut in small cubes
      1 cup of sliced green onion
      Salt, pepper, vegeta
      3-4 tbsp. melted butter

Preheat oven to 350 F.
Shred cabbage thinly, add salt. Next knead with your hands, so the juices come out.
Add greens and mix. 
Fluff eggs.
Add sour cream and mayo.
Add dry ingredients, mix well.
Pour dough under and over the cabbage. You can mix it a little on top, so it will go through the cabbage.   
Sprinkle with sesame seeds and chives.  Bake at 350F for 30 min until golden brown.
 Enjoy!!!










43 comments:

  1. pretty cool,Never saw or tried anything like this

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  2. Interesting recipe lea.I would really want to try.I usually make pie with sautéed cabbage,this is something different.

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    1. Yes, Nadia. This is an unusual pie. I really enjoy it. Give it a try, let me know how it works out for you:)

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  3. Can't wait to try this..Sounds delish!! Thank you for sharing.

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  4. This is SO good!! Made it with Greek yogurt and less mayo and was still amazing. I will make it in a deeper pan so I can include more veggies

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    1. Thank you! Greek yogurt sounds like a good idea :)

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  5. Wow, can't ignore trying this beautiful dish. Thank you Lea, keep the recipes coming please!

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  6. I tried this pie/souffle type thing and it was very nice. Made it as a side dish with my baked salmon. Very easy to put together, and just used a hand whisk to whip up all the ingredients. A keeper recipe for sure Kids enjoyed it too. Thanks Lea.

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    1. I am glad you guys enjoyed it! Thank you for coming back and commenting :)

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  7. This looks so delicious. Could you please tell me you measure the 2 cups cabbage packed or loose? Thank you!

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  8. Do you know what country's cuisine this dish comes from? I'm going to try it tonight!

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    1. I think it Russian. I found it in the Russian recipes :)

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  9. Made this for dinner tonight - it was very tasty! I also used yogurt instead of sour cream, and only 2 tablespoons of mayo. I didn't have the herbs mentioned, so I used parsley. Went well with a side salad of arugula, mixed greens, toasted pecans and pumpkin seeds, olive oil and balsamic!

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  10. OMG YUMMY! I linked to this at my blog, it just looked too good! http://ketogasm.com/cabbage-low-carb-vegetable/

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  11. WHen do you put in the mayonnaise?

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  12. What subs can be used for the flour? Will Coconut flour work?

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  13. What size pie plate? Greased?

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  14. It sounds delicious! I bead to show my hubby this, so he’ll cook it for me! 😉 I say let the better cook, cook! 😊





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  15. I love how you are still getting comments 5yrs later!
    I'm gng to try this with fresh made mayo & ...idk what kind of flour, yet
    Thank you for sharing this recipe and SO tempting with others. Lol
    Found you via Ketogasm result from Google cabbage carb search.

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    1. Let me know how it turns out for you.
      Thanks :)

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    2. My initial response didn't publish. Lol 🙄 user error
      I made this with your almond flour option, Perfect. Hot or cold, we have it with deviled eggs.
      Also, makes an outstanding brunch dish.

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  16. This is indeed very good! I didn't have 'green onions' on hand, so I just used a small onion and some dried chives. Since I'm low-carbing it, I substituted 3 T of almond flour and used 3 T regular flour. I also used greek yogurt instead of sour cream. Husband loved it as well as I. Next time, might add cooked sausage meat at the bottom and some mixed in so the flavor permeates....

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    1. I made it with almond flour only and it turned out well.

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  17. I didn't have sour cream but I did have some French Onion dip (sour cream base), turned out FANTASTIC! Thanks for the recipe.

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  18. Did not know how this would turn out but it was so good and so simple. If your feeling daring then add some bacon pieces, yum 😋

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  19. When you mean bake it, is it like oven bake or frying it in a pan on fire.

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  20. Have you ever tried freezing it? I'm trying it tonight with purple cabbage (all that was left during this weeks grocery shop)

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  21. This is my third time making it. Delicious and easy to make!

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  22. I look forward to trying this soon. I think it might be worth adding a little shredded salami too. I can imagine all sorts of options.

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  23. Took this to family gathering. Excellent cooks. Everyone asked for your recipe. Also, my husband’s favorite. Thank You!

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