First posting was in May 01, 2009 - so this is a revised update; I do make this often, it has an Asian flavor when you add the liquid aminos or (soy); it's easy and versatile. I made it last night using bison, nappa cabbage, (I cut the carrots in ribbons - I would have used slices but forgot to cut them. Ribbons I could add later since it doesn't take as long to cook). I also used 2 cloves fresh garlic minced and fresh bean sprouts. Lastly if you typically like Asian foods with a thicker sauce simply add a thickener of choice to Braggs liquid mixing first before adding - pushing the cabbage/etc. off to the side and with low temp make the sauce - you will need to use more liquid so to cover the vege's. I don't do the thicken sauce I just pour on the liquid a little at a time mixing. You can add more when served. Vicky
This is a quick (I think healthy) easy meal for you and your family.
And, when using Bragg Liquid Aminos it gives it an Asian flare to this one skillet meal.
The amount make is up to you by the amount of ingredients you choose. I make quite a bit because the leftovers, if there are leftovers are yummy.
1 lb. ground meat (or grd. poultry)
1 head of cabbage, cleaned and chopped
1 sm. punch of kale, cleaned and chopped
1 med. onion, cut in half and sliced thin
1 lrg. carrot, sliced thin in diagonal cuts
Bragg Liquid Aminos
In large skillet brown ground meat until just about down. Through in onion and finish cooking the meat and onions are tender. Drain grease.
With meat and onions in skillet add chopped cabbage and carrots. Start cooking (frying) stirring occasionally for even cooking. You can cover with a lid to help it along. When the vegetables start to get tender throw in kale, stirring occasionally for even cooking til done. Add Bragg Liquid Aminos to taste give it a few more stirs. It's done.
Bragg Liquid Aminos and be found in most grocery stores, either by soy products or in the health food section. Also here: http://www.bragg.com/