When I was a young child I detested vegetables. But, for some reason, I absolutely love them now. As my family is particularly fond of Savoy cabbage (although I am not so keen on the after effects), I tried this very simple recipe recently and it was SCRUMMY. Seriously.
Fantastic Savoy CabbageDifficulty: Super easy
Based on a recipe by Jamie Oliver, I tweaked it a bit and served it with grilled pork chops.
Tin anchovies, reserve oil
Garlic clove chopped
100g panko breadcrumbs (but any type will do apart from those very fine ones – I would have used Waitrose’s lemon & pepper breadcrumbs but didn’t have any left)
Zest of unwaxed lemon
Half Savoy cabbage, core removed and leaves shredded
Tbspn olive or rapeseed oil
Steam the cabbage until tender (about 5 mins). Keep warm.
Heat the olive and anchovy oils in a large frying pan then add the anchovies and garlic for a few minutes. Add the breadcrumbs and stir until golden.
Pop the cooked cabbage to the frying pan and stir well. Add the lemon zest, a dollop of butter and lots of salt and pepper. Stir and serve.
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