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Has anyone else tried, or have suggestions for, BBQ Cabbage?

 

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Yes, I know it either looks like an Alien Pod or Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors...but it was edible!

 

Here is the final shot:

 

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I pulled it out of one of Raichlen's books. Although good, it was for from perfect. It needed a much longer cook. The stuffing is chorizo, garlic and onion...that part was great. The cabbage just needed a little bit more time. Does anyone else have any good BBQ cabbage recipes?

 

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Has anyone else tried, or have suggestions for, BBQ Cabbage?

 

2429036575_5f37163d76.jpg

 

Yes, I know it either looks like an Alien Pod or Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors...but it was edible!

 

Here is the final shot:

 

2429039017_0a7871bbaf.jpg

 

I pulled it out of one of Raichlen's books. Although good, it was for from perfect. It needed a much longer cook. The stuffing is chorizo, garlic and onion...that part was great. The cabbage just needed a little bit more time. Does anyone else have any good BBQ cabbage recipes?

 

Mike

Mike ...

 

It's very simple, but we like it.

 

Quarter a head of cabbage

Spray with Olive Oil Pam Spray

Season with salt and pepper

Grill with direct heat for grill marks

Finish with indirect heat [until cabbage is fairly tender with toothpick]

Serve with a sprinkle of malt vinegar and salt .. or butter, salt and pepper

 

BG in WV

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Mike ...

 

It's very simple, but we like it.

 

Quarter a head of cabbage

Spray with Olive Oil Pam Spray

Season with salt and pepper

Grill with direct heat for grill marks

Finish with indirect heat [until cabbage is fairly tender with toothpick]

Serve with a sprinkle of malt vinegar and salt .. or butter, salt and pepper

 

BG in WV

I've certainly never grilled cabbage before, but I now realize I should have been! Mike - your photos are awesome whether the head was cooked well or not! And Billy Goat, I've copied your recipe into my book, and will try it the next ham I cook on the grill! Or kielbasi, as I think cabbage would be a wonderful side dish to accompany the sausage!

 

Thanks, both of you for an enlightening and interesting post!

 

Mike

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I've certainly never grilled cabbage before, but I now realize I should have been! Mike - your photos are awesome whether the head was cooked well or not! And Billy Goat, I've copied your recipe into my book, and will try it the next ham I cook on the grill! Or kielbasi, as I think cabbage would be a wonderful side dish to accompany the sausage!

 

Thanks, both of you for an enlightening and interesting post!

 

Mike

 

Another strange dish to impress the guest!!!!! :P

 

I hope it doesn't more than two trys to get it right. :P:lol:

 

Grill cabbage, fruits, bannas, anything to get us out and on the grill

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Another strange dish to impress the guest!!!!! :P

 

I hope it doesn't more than two trys to get it right. :P:lol:

 

Grill cabbage, fruits, bannas, anything to get us out and on the grill

Okay, perhaps off the subject, but on topic (strange dishes?), I've heard of mexican fried ice cream, even seen it on menus while dining in a Mexican cuisine. Exactly how do you "fry" ice cream? Or is this just a name for other than frying in the traditional sense of the word?

 

Have fun at my expense now, but this is a genuine question from me! :)

 

Mike

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Okay, perhaps off the subject, but on topic (strange dishes?), I've heard of mexican fried ice cream, even seen it on menus while dining in a Mexican cuisine. Exactly how do you "fry" ice cream? Or is this just a name for other than frying in the traditional sense of the word?

 

Have fun at my expense now, but this is a genuine question from me! :P

 

Mike

 

ok from what I can recall the ice cream is not acutally fried, but rolled around in a fried type of breading. smash up some corn flakes and than take a scoop of ice cream and roll it around in the flakes. add some caramel and there ya go.

 

mind you thats probably the furtherest from the truth, but that kinda gives you an idea of it.

 

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Okay, perhaps off the subject, but on topic (strange dishes?), I've heard of mexican fried ice cream, even seen it on menus while dining in a Mexican cuisine. Exactly how do you "fry" ice cream? Or is this just a name for other than frying in the traditional sense of the word?

 

Have fun at my expense now, but this is a genuine question from me! :P

 

Mike

 

Yes - there is a fried ice cream, I have never heard of the Mexican type that was described, but in several Asian resturants, Vietnamese, Japanese, Thai, (but not Chinese), etc. , fried ice cream is served. The Ice Cream is breaded in a heavy dough like a stiff pancake mixture. It is dropped into a deep fryer. When served the dessert is hot on the outside and still frozen on the inside. Alsolutely delicous, and a strange sensation of taste, and mixture of senses, with the hot and cold affect with each bite. :P

 

Hike

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Grill cabbage, fruits, bannas, anything to get us out and on the grill

Hike ...

 

LMAO ... the light bulb just went on!!

 

BG in WV

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BG - Thanks for the recipe idea. I like that...and just happen to have a half head of cabbage sitting around!

 

The other morning, I found another BBQ Cabbage variant that used bacon instead of chorizo. Next weekend I will take another hack at it!

 

Thanks all...

 

Mike

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Mike ...

 

It's very simple, but we like it.

 

Quarter a head of cabbage

Spray with Olive Oil Pam Spray

Season with salt and pepper

Grill with direct heat for grill marks

Finish with indirect heat [until cabbage is fairly tender with toothpick]

Serve with a sprinkle of malt vinegar and salt .. or butter, salt and pepper

 

BG in WV

 

BG - Great suggestion! After making some slaw, I had some left over cabbage, so I decided to grill the remains based on your advice. Fabulous! Thanks for the tip!

 

Mike

 

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BG - Great suggestion! After making some slaw, I had some left over cabbage, so I decided to grill the remains based on your advice. Fabulous! Thanks for the tip!

 

Mike

 

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Mike ...

 

Glad you liked it.

 

Your photos continue to amaze me! :lol: Outstanding ... you should start a thread on how to photograph Grill Porn! :lol:

 

BG in WV

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