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  • Vegan Recipe | Dry Fry Maple Soy Purple Cabbage

    by Kortney Campbell on September 16, 2013

    IMG_0060 I usually try to take pictures of the cooking process much more than I did with this recipe. However, in all honesty, it was so simple and last minute that I wasn’t planning on enjoying it enough to share. But I did. So…I’ll share.

    What you need:

    • 1/2 a head of purple cabbage
    • 2 zucchini
    • 2 large carrots
    • 1 large yellow onion
    • A few handfuls of fresh spinach
    • A handful of fresh basil
    • 1 Tbsp of maple syrup (or brown sugar)
    • 1/4 cup of Braags Liquid Aminos (or soy sauce)
    • Salt & pepper to taste

    IMG_0054 What you do:

    • Place a large pan on your burner & turn up the heat (high)!
    • Chop all of your veggies into bite size pieces (I shredded the carrots).
    • Place the onion & cabbage into the pan first and let them blacken a bit on the edges (5-7 minutes worked for me), then add the carrots & zucchini.
    • Once everything is cooked (I like everything to remain bright & crispy), add your basil, spinach, Braags & maple syrup.
    • Mix well until the spinach as wilted to your liking.
    • Enjoy!

    If you’re making this as a side dish, it’s great topped with hemp seeds, chia seeds & flax oil. I made it more of a full meal by topping it with a crockpot wild rice, quinoa, lentil & garbonzo bean mixture. Oh, and Siracha. Always Siracha.

    Purple cabbage is so pretty and I love colorful meals, but I’m always so hesitant to buy it! What are some of your favorite ways to eat cabbage? I’d love to hear them in the comments below!

    About Kortney Campbell

    I'm Kortney; a wife, natural mama and vegan in love with life, food and all things vintage! I've been vegan since December 2007, but have loved to cook & create pretty things since before I can remember. I started Vegan Housewives because I don't think you have to give up the joys of food when going vegan! I have a fondness for re-creating non-vegan recipes (especially my grandma's), making a healthier & animal friendly version so be sure to send me your favorite concoctions by clicking our "share a recipe" button - I would LOVE to veg-i-fy them!

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    Shannon September 16, 2013 at 5:55 pm

    Lovely! Mixing sweet with heat is my favorite.. and you can’t beat that color!

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    Deanna September 16, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    Sounds yummy! I love cabbage, green and purple. I am going to fix this soon.

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    Sera September 17, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    That looks SO good!

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