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Man earns over 2 million views for the delicious way he cooks his cabbage
I didn't think my love of cabbage could get any stronger. I was wrong. 🥬😋
Ma Fatima Garcia
09.12.22

If you love cooking, you have surely tried recreating different recipes.

Many YouTube content creators share wonderful recipes, such as dishes from different countries.

Then there are also trending food hacks or recipes from TikTok.

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Each recipe excites us as we learn to appreciate different cuisines. Each recipe tickles our taste buds and you just find yourself addicted to trying as many as you can.

But there will be times when we just want to cook something simple and familiar. Sometimes the simplest ingredients taste so good.

Simple and delicious cabbage

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MoonyKitchen, a popular YouTube account in Korea and other parts of the world, posted a video that earned over 2.1M views.

What sets this video apart is that his recipe is straightforward.

According to his YouTube description, it’s so delicious that he cooks it almost daily.

Cabbage for breakfast, anyone?

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For some, it’s hard to believe his claims, but it makes sense. After all, this recipe is all about cabbage and carrots.

To recreate this recipe, you’ll need:

  • Half cabbage (big) or one whole if you’re using medium cabbage
  • 1 Large carrot
  • Onion
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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen
  • Garlic
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Vinegar (this is optional, but it makes a world of difference)
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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen

That’s it! Now, if you’re ready, let’s cook this simple but delicious meal.

Here’s how to make it:

Step 1. Wash your vegetables.

Step 2. Cut your cabbage into roughly 1/8th inch thickness. Set aside.

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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen

Step 3. Get your carrot and peel it. Thinly shred the carrot into 1 1/2 – 2 inch strips.

Step 4. Chop your onion thinly. When everything is ready, heat your skillet.

Step 5. In your hot skillet, pour cooking oil and then sauté garlic and onions. Make sure they don’t burn.

We want to achieve that golden brown texture, but not burned. When cooking, do you add your onions first or garlic?

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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen

Step 6. Once the onions are translucent, add carrots. Sauté until cooked.

Step 7. Add cabbage. Now, you may find it hard to sauté because of the cabbage, so you can use two spatulas.

Don’t worry because once the cabbage cooks, its volume will decrease.

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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen

Step 8. Once slightly brown, add salt and pepper to taste.

Step 9. Add some vinegar, if using.

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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen

Step 10. Serve warm over rice, or egg, or include it in any other dish that you love.

Seeing the final results, we would understand why he cooks it almost every day.

It’s simple and cheap, and you can mix and match it with almost any dish you love.

Pair it with rice, ramen, sausage, steak, and even bread. The taste is simple but delicious. What we love about it is the crunch of the vegetables.

YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen
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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen

Aside from cooking this in just a few minutes, you are able to serve your family a healthy meal.

Carrots are packed with fiber, protein, vitamins A, K, C, and even calcium.

Cabbage also gives you a lot of benefits. A single serving can give you folate, manganese, vitamin B6, potassium, and magnesium.

YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen
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YouTube Screenshot / MoonyKitchen

How amazing is that?

Watch the full tutorial below!

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By Ma Fatima Garcia
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Ma Fatima Garcia is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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