Mulled cider braised red cabbage

Mulled Cider Red Cabbage

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I love cranberries and use the repeatedly in many dishes over the Christmas period. I have for quite awhile been using them in my braised cabbage. This recipe is fairly new to me. I make cider braised red cabbage quite a bit and recently I had leftover mulled cider and thought why not add it to my cabbage I normally would add cider, star anise and cinnamon to the pan anyways doing it with leftover mulled cider made sense as these are the key ingredients to any mulled cider. So if you haven't got mulled cider simply use the same amount of apple cider along with a star anise and a cinnamon stick.
It never ceases to amaze may just how far this goes, I cool and freeze half for future use.

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Mulled cider braised red cabbage
Yields1 Serving
 1 Red cabbage
 2 Eating apples
 25 g Soft brown sugar
 125 g Cranberries
 2 tsp Sea salt flakes
 500 ml Mulled cider
1

Remove outer leaves from the cabbage, cut into quarters and remove the stem, finely slice. Add to a heavy based casserole.

2

Core the apples and cut into small dice, no need to peel and add to the pan with the cabbage.

3

Sprinkle over the brown sugar and cranberries. Pour over the mulled cider. Bring to the boil, then lower the heat and place a tight fitting lid on, simmer for 1 1/2 hours, stirring frequently until the cabbage is tender.

Ingredients

 1 Red cabbage
 2 Eating apples
 25 g Soft brown sugar
 125 g Cranberries
 2 tsp Sea salt flakes
 500 ml Mulled cider

Directions

1

Remove outer leaves from the cabbage, cut into quarters and remove the stem, finely slice. Add to a heavy based casserole.

2

Core the apples and cut into small dice, no need to peel and add to the pan with the cabbage.

3

Sprinkle over the brown sugar and cranberries. Pour over the mulled cider. Bring to the boil, then lower the heat and place a tight fitting lid on, simmer for 1 1/2 hours, stirring frequently until the cabbage is tender.

Mulled Cider Red Cabbage

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