Martha’s Braised Red Cabbage with Caramelized Apples | Martha’s Cooking School | Martha Stewart

Martha's braised red cabbage with caramelized apples | martha's cooking school | martha stewart

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Braising is an easy, healthy way to cook cabbage. Here Martha Stewart shares her technique for braising cabbage in a flavorful mixture of caramelized apples, vinegar, and sugar. This versatile recipe can be adapted to almost any vegetable that happens to be fresh, and it makes a great side for roast turkey or pork.

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Get the recipe at: https://www.marthastewart.com/956164/braised-red-cabbage-caramelized-apples

00:00 Introduction

00:31 How To Caramelize Apples

2:41 How To Prepare Cabbage

3:18 How To Add And Simmer Cabbage

4:25 Final Result

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