Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Tuesday's Yummy Goodness

I have 2 new-to-me recipes to share today.

Both came from Gerson recipes though I did do a few things differently.The things I stick to with the Gerson plan are the slow cooking, the use of only organic veggies, the preparing of the veggies and the use of only stainless steel or glass cookware. Sometimes, I change up a recipe a bit to suit my mood of the moment.


Combine in pan:

1/2 cabbage, shredded (red and organic)
3 TBS vinegar (I used coconut vinegar from Tropical Traditions)
3 large chopped onions (I used leeks because I LOVE them)
2 bay leaves
a little soup stock (I am out of soup stock so I used spring water)

Stew over low heat approximately 1/2 hour.

The last half hour, ADD:
3 apples, peeled and grated (I used Gala apples)
1 TBS raw sugar (I used Turbinado, next time I will use NuNaturals Stevia)


2 ears of corn (I used organic, frozen)
2 zucchini squash
3 stalks celery (I was not in a celery mood so I used leeks again. Because I LOVE them)
2 carrots

Wash the corn and cut off the kernels (right. I used organic, frozen). Slice the other veggies (organic, of course) into smaller pieces. Put the corn in a baking dish and add the other veggies. Bake in oven at 200 degrees for 1 hour.

I made a pot of brown rice too. Just because the husband likes it with everything under the sun. And, as usual, I made more than the recipes called for because we had Birdie and DoodleBug!

We're not usually cabbage eaters but this recipe was quite yummy! The corn and veggie recipe was delicious! With or without the brown rice!

What's cooking in your kitchen this week?

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  1. I've got to try that red cabbage recipe! Looks delicious. Love all the color. When I read, 'ADD,' I first thought 'attention deficit disorder.' Wow. I think I need a few more hours sleep. :-)

  2. We are not huge vegetable eaters, which is a bad thing, although I like them more than my husband but this is one I think he would totally enjoy, so this one gets starred!!!

  3. Both dishes sound really tasty, Pam and quite easy as well. (which is a big plus in my book). One of my son in laws is a vegetarian, so I will have a go at these two when they next pop round for a meal.

  4. Judy- We were pleasantly surprised at how good it was! ADD- LOL We've got plenty of that around here!

    Lucy- We are huge veggie eaters but not usually cabbage. I hope he likes it! Enjoy!

    Diane- I love the easy part too! I hope he enjoys the dishes!

  5. mmmmm i love vegetables--these dishes look wonderful!

  6. I'm going to skip the cabbage, but the veggie dish is delish. I just happen to have some corn I don't know what to do with. And I love the easy part too. :)

  7. I love cabbage so will definitely give that one a try!

  8. Thanks for sharing the recipes!!

  9. 2 great recipes, both look delicious!
    I love your stainless steel baking dish too!

  10. LP- They were good! We love veggies too and I like trying these new-to-me recipes. Hoping some pounds drop too. LOL

    Alessandra- The cabbage was a surprise. We don't really eat it but it was good and sweet. Now you have something to do with your corn! :)

    Joyce- It's really good. And just sweet enough without being overly so. Enjoy!

    Shannon- You're quite welcome! If you try them, I hope you like them!

    Mimi- They were delicious! I really enjoy stainless steel cookware. And my glass cookware too. We switched to both years ago.

  11. Omigosh, this looks delicious! Off to Pin it! Thanks:)

  12. They both sound wonderful. I am going to have to try them. Thank you!!!


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