San Choy Bow with Cabbage

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San Choy Bow with cabbage
As a mum I am constantly trying to find ways to get my children to eat a wide range of vegetables. My last couple of attempts with cabbage didn’t go over so well. Firstly, I tried the lovely gluten free goodness of cabbage noodles (literally cabbage chopped into ribbons and softened in a pan) with our usual beef stroganoff recipe. Needless to say my husband nor children wanted to partake in eating the tasty spaghetti alternative. My last attempt of coleslaw atop of baked potatoes didn’t go over well with anyone else either and I had a surplus of coleslaw salad lunches for myself for days while my family members digested their unhealthy bacon and cheese topping instead. When I read that cabbage would be a new addition to the Organic Place mixed bag this week, these past experiences immediately came to mind and I resolved that I would once again try to sneak cabbage into my family’s diet. However, this time I decided I may have to be a little bit James Bond about it all, and disguise it carefully within an exciting hands-on and delectable experience.
San Choy Bow with cabbage
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Course Main Dish
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Course Main Dish
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
San Choy Bow with cabbage
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Instructions
  1. Combine the vegetables in a bowl
  2. Heat the peanut oil in the pan on medium heat
  3. Add the pork mince and heat through till almost brown
  4. Add the vegetables to the pan and stir well for a few minutes
  5. Add in sauces and mix well
  6. Remove from heat
  7. Serve two-three tablespoons of the mince/vegetable mixture in lettuce leaves and enjoy!
    San Choy Bow with cabbage
Recipe Notes

My children are really not fond of lettuce so I was pleasantly surprised when my eldest son did attempt the dish at my request and proceeded to have three more lettuce cupfuls. My younger son ate the mince mixture in a bowl sans lettuce leaves – still a win, really. And my little miss tried a spoonful or two. I’m claiming she doesn’t count because she’s a toddler. My husband polished all that was left when he arrived home later so I am calling it a win! If you’d like to get yourself an assortment of yummy, surprise organic ingredients, order a mixed bag today. Or simply click on any of the highlighted ingredients above to make an individual purchase.

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