Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Crockpot - Savoy Cabbage & Red Potatoes with Balsamic Vinegar

Savoy cabbage is becoming one of my favorite vegetables.  It's so delicate in flavor and just so good for you.  I meant to take a picture of this while it was in the crockpot, but I forgot, so you'll have to forgive this picture of my lunch! LOL  You'll notice how the cabbage gets dark in some areas where it caramelized in the crock!

You can throw other veggies in the crock also, but this is what I had on hand.

You'll need:
1 head of savoy cabbage, cut into chunks
4 large red potatoes, cut into medium chunks (or any other type of potatoes)
3 cloves of garlic, chopped roughly
extra virgin olive oil (enough to coat the veggies)
balsamic vinegar, to taste (I love this so I used a lot - and even added more when it was done - start out with 2 tbsp. and taste it as it's cooking)
sea salt
1/4 cup water

Set the crockpot on high and put the savoy cabbage in, potatoes, garlic and then the oil, balsamic vinegar and salt.  Mix well.  Then put in 1/4 cup water so it doesn't burn.  My crock cooks very fast so this cooked on high for 2 hours and was done. 


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