I’ll give kudos to my dad straight off the bat. He made it for a cooking class once a couple of years ago (naturally I was there to take pictures for future recipe sharing, like today, NOW). It was one of my favorite things he EVER made. That’s right, ever. Just thinking and looking at this makes my mouth salivate in lusted tasty, food goodness (too much information?).
I know I seem to have a lot of food loves, but honestly cabbage is in my top five (with cherries and eggs). I could/can/have eat cabbage everyday. I’m fine sauteing it in a pan with some coconut ghee and sea salt, nice and simple. I like it dehydrated into cabbage chips. I like it in lasagna. I really like it in these pot stickers. Plus it’s always I positive, when recipes are easy to make (even for a novice) and good tasting and nutritious. Winning all the way around!
Cabbage Pot Stickers
- 3-4 Cabbage Leaves
- 4-6 oz Ground Sausage
- 1/4 cup coconut aminos
- 2 tsp Seasame Oil
- 2 tsp Garlic Powder
Let’s Make it Happen: Divide sausage into little patties and cook ahead of time. Place cabbage leaves in hot water for 2-3 minutes. Meanwhile make your sauce by whisking the aminos, seasame oil, and garlic powder. Remove the cabbage leaves and let cool. Then simply wrap the sausages in the cabbage leaves, secure with a toothpick, and serve by dipping into the sauce.