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August 08, 2012


I make a version of this all the time, although my recipe calls for a bit of unsweetened coconut, and a tablespoon of puffed white rice.

It's truly one of those "whole is greater than the sum" recipes. I've got a soft spot for cabbage in all its forms, but even people who don't, love this recipe.

It's also one of those great pantry recipes-cabbage keeps forever, so it's easy to whip up on short notice.

My coleslaw-loving, Indian-food-loving husband will rejoice!

If you have access to fresh curry leaves, I'd highly recommend adding 10 or so when you fry the mustard seeds. The leaves add a South Indian touch and lend a lovely earthy aroma and flavor.

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