February 15, 2019
Crispy Roasted Red Potatoes and Cabbage is a quick and easy one pan recipe made with crispy bacon, sweet onions, seasonings and a drizzle of Extra virgin olive oil.
You are going to love Crispy Roasted Red Potatoes and Cabbage because all you need to do is dump everything on a sheet pan and whack it in the oven for about 30 minutes and you are done. Celebrating the winter vegetables with Savoy cabbage, onions and red potatoes for a just in time recipe for St. Patrick’s Day. We love the crispy cabbage, the caramelized onions, toasty red skinned potatoes and a little bit of thyme and seasonings to make one lip smacking delicious recipe.
If you are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, be sure to try our Shamrock Oreo Truffles for dessert. Surprise your family with a fun breakfast with our Baked Matcha Lemon Glazed Donuts. Did you know that St. David’s Day is on March 1st, 2019? Be sure to try our St. David’s Day Welsh Cakes a perfect tea time treat.
Crispy Roasted Red Potatoes and Cabbage is a fabulous side dish or a main. We were only able to get a little taste each because the youngest took a little taste and then ran away with the whole darn tray. That little turkey! It is that good that it is a fun study snack with those crispy little addictive cabbage slices. Don’t take our word for it. Give it a try. Actually, with bacon (protein), savoy cabbage (vegetable) and red potato (carbohydrate) it’s a full meal. Before a (somebody inhaled the entire tray) we were planning on serving our Crispy Roasted Red Potatoes and Cabbage as a side dish for our Mushroom Chicken and Brandy Sauce or your favorite corned beef recipe.
We used savoy cabbage because originally the little turkey that ran away with the entire tray of our Crispy Roasted Red Potatoes and Cabbage was going to make a Low Fassum. A low fassum is an epic whole stuffed cabbage," that is filled to the brim with salty prosciutto, pancetta and pork. Have you ever tried to make a Low Fassum? May we add that a Low Fassum takes 5.5 hours to make and has about 20 ingredients. However, our Crispy Roasted Red Potatoes and Cabbage has only 6 ingredients. Hands down, we know our choice. What is your choice?
Feel free to exchange savoy cabbage with either a plain purple or green cabbage. The savoy cabbage has lacy leaves that seem to get crispier faster than regular cabbage but both work well. We love little red potatoes because when roasted they are creamy in the middle and crispy on the outside. You can use any potato you have on hand but make sure you chop in a symmetrical shape so they bake evenly. We diced each of little red potatoes into 8 little cubes and that was about 1.5 inch cubes to perfectly roast in about 30 minutes.
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February 15, 2019
Crispy Roasted Red Potatoes and Cabbage is a quick and easy one pan recipe made with crispy bacon, sweet onions, seasonings and a drizzle of olive oil.
1Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees F or 218 degrees C.
2Line your baking sheet with aluminum foil. (You can thank us later)
3Place your red potatoes, onion, cabbage, olive oil, salt and pepper and thyme on the line baking sheet and toss well to coat with the olive oil. Lay the ingredients flat on the baking sheet. Sprinkle your raw bacon on top of your other ingredients.
4Bake for 15 minutes. Stir and toss the ingredients so everything has a chance to get crispy and return back to the over for about another 15 minutes or until the potatoes are fork tender.
5Chef’s Notes: We used a savoy cabbage but can also use regular red or green cabbage. If you like your cabbage less crispy, place the potatoes, bacon and onions tossed with olive oil and seasonings first in the oven alone for the first 15 minutes. Then add your cabbage to crisp for the last 15 minutes. Feel free to try other seasonings of choice like Italian Seasonings, chili, etc.