A Delicious way to prepare cabbage. Cabbage Marsala provides a new flavor with the healthy nutrients we need. Here we partner with the popular vegetable spinach to get the nutrients of spinach, but we mellow it out with cabbage. This dish can be mild or spicy. It has so much more taste, texture, and
nutrients if prepared this way, instead of the boil-until-dead method of old. We use Garam Marsala which is an Indian spice made up of a combination of spices. Marsala can be purchased at most grocery stores. However if you cannot find it, we have listed the ingredients below that you can simply combine and store in a tight jar.
Substitute Ingredients for Garam Marsala
1 tablespoon ground cumin
1 1/2 teaspoons ground coriander
1 1/2 teaspoons ground cardamom
1 1/2 teaspoons ground black pepper
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
2 cups of baby spinach
Red pepper flakes also be used. However when red pepper flakes are mixed with ginger it can increase spiciness.
Spinach functions as anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer agent.
It is rich in iron, chlorophyll and vitamin A.
It is also rich in calcium but according to many experts like Paul Pitchford, the calcium in spinach is not bio-available to the body due to a high oxalic acid content.
In a warm skillet add oil. Wait about 15 seconds then add baby spinach and cabbage.
Sprinkle garlic, Garam Marsala and ginger powder. Cook for 1 minute. Mix well.
Pour Braggs Amino over the cabbage and spinach and toss.
Cover for about 2 minutes. Uncover and continue to toss until cabbage and spinach are welted.
-Good for anemia, respiratory diseases, and acne
-Good for digestion
-Dark leaves are rich in iron & vitamin C
Use cabbage, in moderation, if you have an under active thyroid.
Use spinach sparingly if you are prone to get kidney stones, have loose stools or urinary incontinence.
Cabbage can be used as a poultice to treat skin eruptions, leg ulcers, varicose veins, arthritis, and other wounds.
Garam Marsala recipe - http://allrecipes.com