Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage Recipe - Delicious and Easy-to-Make

Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage

Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage Recipe - Delicious and Easy-to-Make
Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 10 minutes | Servings: 4


Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage
Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage

Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage is a delicious and easy-to-make side dish that is perfect for any meal. The combination of butter, dijon mustard, and sesame seeds gives this dish a unique and flavorful taste that will have your taste buds dancing.


This recipe for sautéed cabbage has been passed down through generations in the Cashion Estate family. It has always been a favorite side dish at family gatherings and special occasions.


How to prepare

  1. In a large skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Stir in mustard and add cabbage.
  2. Sauté for 3 minutes, stirring constantly.
  3. Sprinkle celery salt and thyme over cabbage, then stir to mix.
  4. Lower the heat and add water. Cover and steam for 3 minutes.
  5. Stir in sesame seeds and serve immediately.


  • Add cooked bacon or pancetta for a smoky flavor.
  • Mix in some chopped apples or raisins for a touch of sweetness.
  • Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese before serving for an extra burst of flavor.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Make sure to shred the cabbage finely for a quicker cooking time.

- Be sure to stir the cabbage constantly while sautéing to prevent burning.

- Adjust the seasonings to your taste preferences, adding more mustard or thyme if desired.

Serving Suggestions

Serve this sautéed cabbage alongside grilled chicken or fish for a complete and satisfying meal.

Cooking Techniques

Sautéing, steaming

Ingredient Substitutions

Use olive oil instead of butter for a healthier option.

- Substitute whole grain mustard for dijon mustard for a different flavor profile.

Make Ahead Tips

This dish can be made ahead of time and reheated before serving. Simply store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.

Presentation Ideas

Garnish with fresh parsley or chives for a pop of color.

Pairing Recommendations

Pair this sautéed cabbage with a glass of white wine or a crisp cider for a delicious combination.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Reheat in the microwave or on the stovetop until heated through.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving



- Total Carbohydrates: 9g

- Dietary Fiber: 3g

- Sugars: 4g


- Total Fat: 8g

- Saturated Fat: 4g

- Trans Fat: 0g


- Protein: 2g

Vitamins and minerals

Vitamin C: 45% DV

- Vitamin K: 30% DV

- Calcium: 6% DV

- Iron: 4% DV


Contains dairy (butter)


This sautéed cabbage dish is low in calories and high in vitamin C, making it a healthy and nutritious side dish option.


Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage is a flavorful and nutritious side dish that is perfect for any occasion. With its simple ingredients and easy preparation, this dish is sure to become a family favorite.

How did I get this recipe?

I recall the feeling of curiosity that overcame me when I found this recipe for Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage. It was a warm summer day, and I was rummaging through an old box of recipe cards that I had collected over the years. As I sifted through the faded index cards and handwritten notes, my eyes landed on a card with the title "Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage." Intrigued by the name and the elegant script in which it was written, I decided to give it a try.

The recipe called for simple ingredients - cabbage, onions, garlic, butter, salt, and pepper. But what caught my attention was the note at the bottom of the card that read, "Passed down from generation to generation at the Cashion Estate." I had never heard of the Cashion Estate before, but the thought of a recipe with such a rich history piqued my interest even more.

I set out to make the dish that evening, following the instructions carefully. I sliced the cabbage thinly, chopped the onions and garlic, and sautéed them in a generous amount of butter until they were caramelized and fragrant. As the cabbage cooked, filling the kitchen with a delicious aroma, I couldn't help but wonder about the story behind this recipe.

The next day, I decided to do some research on the Cashion Estate. I found out that it was a grand plantation in the South, known for its lush gardens and bountiful harvests. The estate had been passed down through generations of the Cashion family, and each generation had added their own touch to the land and the recipes that came from it.

I was fascinated by the history of the estate and the thought that this simple cabbage dish had been enjoyed by generations of the Cashion family. I imagined the elegant dinners that had been served in the grand dining room, where this dish had been a staple on the menu. I could almost picture the women of the family, dressed in their finest dresses, bustling around the kitchen, preparing the meal with care and love.

As I continued to make the Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage, it became a regular dish in my repertoire. I would often serve it to my family and friends, sharing the story of its origins and the history behind it. It became a symbol of tradition and heritage, a reminder of the importance of passing down recipes and stories from generation to generation.

Years passed, and I continued to make the Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage, each time feeling a connection to the past and the generations that had come before me. It became more than just a dish - it was a link to a bygone era, a way to honor the traditions and memories of those who had come before.

And so, as I stand in my kitchen now, preparing the Cashion Estate Sautéed Cabbage once again, I am filled with gratitude for the recipe that has brought so much joy and connection to my family. I may never have set foot on the Cashion Estate, but through this simple dish, I feel a part of its history and legacy. And for that, I am truly grateful.


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