Paradicsomos kaposzta (lazy version)

By now, you may realize there are quite a few recipes for paradiscomos kaposzta hahaha 😀 What can I say, this dish is not just delish but also simple and easy to prepare 😀 Each time though, I would have a little adjustment to previous recipes and so on, depending what I have at home 🙂

This is a lazy version, as I do not make my own tomato sauce, unlike the Hungarians in Hungary, but still, yum!

cabbage, sliced thinly (or as you prefer it)
2 cans of diced tomatoes (my husband’s late grandmother made her own tomato sauce) –> if its chunky, you can process it in food processor until it become smooth sauce, if you are too lazy like me, leave it be 😉
salt and sugar as needed
a pinch of caraway/fennel seeds
enough water (or you can use chicken broth)
and 2 chicken/beef bouillon cubes
enough flour dissolved in enough water
1 medium size onion, thinly sliced
cooking oil as needed

Wash clean cabbage, drain the water
Heat oil, saute onion until translucent
Add in cabbage, stir
Add in caraway seed and salt, stir
Pour in enough water
Drop in cubes
Bring to boil
Adjust sugar and salt
Lower heat, add in dissolved flour, cook til thicken
Simmer for half hour

Paradicsomos kaposzta

Ingredients

  • cabbage sliced thinly (or as you prefer it)
  • 2 cans of diced tomatoes my husband’s late grandmother made her own tomato sauce –> if its chunky, you can process it in food processor until it become smooth sauce, if you are too lazy like me, leave it be 😉
  • salt and sugar as needed
  • a pinch of caraway/fennel seeds
  • enough water or you can use chicken broth
  • and 2 chicken/beef bouillon cubes
  • enough flour dissolved in enough water
  • 1 medium size onion thinly sliced
  • cooking oil as needed

Instructions

  • Wash clean cabbage, drain the water
  • Heat oil, saute onion until translucent
  • Add in cabbage, stir
  • Add in caraway seed and salt, stir
  • Pour in enough water
  • Drop in cubes
  • Bring to boil
  • Adjust sugar and salt
  • Lower heat, add in dissolved flour, cook til thicken
  • Simmer for half hour
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