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Unbelievably good! A friend brought me a home-grown Savoy that was almost too pretty to cook, but I'm glad I did, using this recipe. I read the other reviews and took the advice about adding a bit of onion and crushed red pepper, and also dashed a bit of sesame oil with the olive oil for sauteeing. I ate the WHOLE skillet in one day, but it's so healthy and low-calorie that who cares? Thanks Bergy!

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La Dilettante May 22, 2009

Fantastic! I added crushed red pepper and some chopped sweet onion. It smelled so good and I was so hungry I forgot lime juice. I'll try it next time. A easy, healthy and inexpensive dish that's full of flavor. Love it!

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jrusk May 21, 2008

This was a great last-minute addition to Pad Thai. It has an unexpected kick to it that you don't notice at first bite. I did end up adding some red pepper flakes to mine. I think the leftovers would make good eggroll filling. Thanks for posting!

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winkki March 22, 2007

Amazing! I bought some Savoy Cabbage, not knowing what I was going to do with it.
Bergy, this recipe is a keeper. The cabbage was crisp tender and mild in flavor. The olive oil ,garlic and ginger was the perfect dressing combination. I did see that others added red pepper flakes and sesame oill, but I made this as directed and I was definately not disappointed in the finished dish. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

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Miss Annie January 29, 2013

Was looking for a nice veg side for an Asian style meal. This fitted the bill perfectly. A great way to do cabbage, straight forward cooking using on hand ingredients, this dish cooks up superb with a fantastic bite. Thanks for a great recipe Bergy.

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Sarah! May 31, 2006

What a zingy cabbage recipe! This would be great for an Asian meal or any meat really. Certainly livens up boring old cabbage and very easy to make. Thanks Bergy!

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Sackville January 30, 2006
Ginger/Garlic Savoy Cabbage