Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway

Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway

Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway has only 5 ingredients and got two giant thumbs-up from my entire family of men.

Cremed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway Recipe - Kudos Kitchen by Renee

I took my inspiration for my dish of Creamed Caggabe with Bacon and Caraway from food blogger and book author, Molly Wizenberg.


I first learned of Molly from her book “A Homemade Life” which I read months ago. Molly’s recipe for Cream Braised Green Cabbage has been lingering in my mind ever since.

If you’re a lover of recipes, with delicious tales of family and life experiences behind them, then I can’t recommend Molly’s books highly enough. The stories she shares will feed your soul, inspire you greatly, and leave you hungry for more.

Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway Recipe - Kudos Kitchen by Renee

I made this the other night when I was looking for a side dish to accompany some leftover German Beef Rouladen that I had made earlier in the week.

Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway comes together in only a matter of minutes and is the perfect side dish to accompany your corned beef this St. Patrick’s Day, or any day for that matter.

Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway Recipe - Kudos Kitchen by Renee

CREAMED CABBAGE WITH BACON AND CARAWAY   {PRINT THIS RECIPE}
Servings:  6-8          Prep Time: 7-10 minutes       Cook Time:  15 minutes

1 medium head of cabbage, cored and shredded
4 slices bacon, diced
1 medium yellow onion, sliced
2 teaspoon caraway seeds
3 tablespoons heavy cream

-In a large pot over medium/high heat, cook the bacon until just shy of crisp (approximately 5 minutes). Add in the shredded cabbage, onion and caraway seeds. Stir well.

-Reduce the heat to medium and cover. Cook until the cabbage wilts down to about half in volume (approximately 10-12 minutes).

-Reduce the heat to low and stir in the heavy cream. Heat through. Serve immediately.

Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway Recipe - Kudos Kitchen by Renee

I’m pairing this recipe for Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway with this set of Floral Basket wine glasses. I’m considering this my official (and long overdue) welcome to spring! Yay!

Floral Basket Hand Painted Wine Glasses - Kudos Kitchen by Renee
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I’m thrilled to be linking this post to Tidy Mom’s spring linky party. Thanks so much!

Until we eat again,

12 Comments

  1. This looks so creamy! I love cabbage so to me, this is comfort all the way!

  2. A great new cabbage recipe to add to my rotation

  3. I love Molly's book. I think there are so many interesting recipes and lovely stories to get lost in. Your cabbage dish is so perfect for this season. It looks so luscious and love the addition of bacon. And YAY for your pretty spring glasses, Renee!!

  4. I love Molly's book and keep telling myself that I need to go back to re-read it. This cabbage looks like a wonderful side dish.

  5. This is the tastiest presentation of cabbage ever! I love that this is creamed! I think I could everyone at my house to enjoy this!

  6. I so wish I could convince my husband to eat cabbage! I love it in almost every way you can make it so this looks like absolute comfort food to me.Yum!

  7. I need to get a copy of that cookbook, it sounds awesome! And I'm a big fan of all things cabbage so I know I'd love this.

  8. It's been a few years since I've read this book…and I don't remember this. HOW!? I want to try it so badly – I can almost taste it just from your photos and description. Trying this weekend!

  9. Oh wow does that look good. I need a copy of that book too. So much going on there that works together as far as flavors go. Yum!

  10. Tonight my husband and I ate our weight in cabbage. I wish I had seen this recipe beforehand because it looks amazing!

  11. I don't use caraway enough in my cooking – it's such a fun spice to use and this dish looks delicious!

  12. I absolutely adore A Homemade Life! Molly's writing is such food for the soul. The cabbage looks fantastic!