Just like your food should be well rounded and balanced. So, should your meal plan. If you are spending the day making just the main dish, you are going to need a quick simple side that can help the main dish shine while still sticking out on its own. That is what I love about the Sautéed Onion Mustard Cabbage, takes minutes to prep and has subtle yet bold flavors, and can be universally served.
Nothing goes better with corned beef than cabbage, and there is nothing better to season cabbage with than some mustard. Toss some onions in some butter add the cabbage some mustard and there you have it, folks, Sautéed onion mustard cabbage.
Man, that was the easiest post I have ever done. That really is all there is too Sautéed onion mustard cabbage.
So why don’t I just stop rambling and give you the recipe? I would but for web rankings, it is recommended that I write at least 300 words per post. Not to mention write the focus world/phrase, Sautéed onion mustard cabbage, multi times in those 300 words.
I know it is super annoying you just want the recipe. Go to the top of the page and click the button that says go to recipe and skip all this, it’s okay I understand, in today’s day and age we want instant gratification.
But!! It is the truth, us food bloggers do like to write about things, we try to make them relevant to the topic, aka, the recipe at hand Sautéed onion mustard cabbage, but the main reason you the reader gets annoyed is we do it all for the rankings, the organic search boast, the SEO of it all. I promise we don’t write word after word after, as some of you put it, another pointless word when all you want is a recipe. No, we do it to get a better ranking on Google. Selfish, I know.
But! The higher up we rank the more clicks we get the more people we help make incredibly delicious meals, so, on the contrary, it is anything but selfish.
Okay, I think I met my word quota… enjoy this Sautéed onion mustard cabbage recipe (hahaha see what I did there, yep the last paragraph focus word champ…rankings)
All that is left is for you to grab yourself a drink, put on some good music, and get cookin’!! This Sautéed onion mustard cabbage goes great with Ginger Stout Corn Beef and Buttery Carrot and Potato Wedges!
Sautéed Onion Mustard Cabbage
- 1 small yellow onion sliced
- 1 tbsp unsalted butter
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 tbsp yellow mustard
- 1/2 head green cabbage sliced about 4 cups
- 1/2 head red cabbage sliced about 4 cups
- Melt butter in a large deep skillet. Place onions in the skillet with salt. Saute onions until soft about 2 minutes. Add mustard and cabbage to the skillet. Stir to combine. Cover and allow to cook 7-10 minutes until cabbage is tender but still crispy.
- Allow the dish to cool slightly before serving!
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I hope you enjoyed the silly side of me, I honestly had writer’s block and had nothing really to say after the first paragraph, but those 300 words sometimes, so annoying!