I’m not a big planner when it comes to side dishes. Most weeks, I take time to plan our meals for the week and I’m usually pretty good about sticking to that plan. (Super Type A, what can I say?) However, oftentimes side dishes get overlooked in my planning and we usually just do something easy like roasted veggies or kale chips. A few weeks ago I found myself with a bunch of random ingredients in the fridge and I was inspired to make a more creative side dish. This zucchini, cabbage, apple combo was what I came up with. I pumped it up with some edamame, which gave it some extra texture to offset all of those shredded ingredients! This is pretty basic and minimally seasoned, but it was a nice change from our standards and one I’ll definitely remember next time we’re side-dish-less!
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Sauteed Cabbage, Apples, and Zuchini
-1/3-1/2 small head of cabbage
-1/2 large zucchini
-1-1/2 cups shelled edamame, prepared according to package instructions
-splash of apple cider vinegar
-salt & pepper, to taste
1. Shred, using a box grater or a food processor, the cabbage, zucchini, and apples.
2. Over medium heat, heat one tbsp oil in a large skillet and add cabbage. After 2-3 minutes, add zucchini and apples. Saute, stirring occasionally, until fruits and vegetables are softened.
3. Add cider vinegar and salt and pepper to taste, continuing to stir and coat the mixture. Remove from heat and stir in edamame.