Cabbage Wrap

Cabbage is Versatile, Extremely Affordable and Delicious.
Cabbage is an exceptionally healthy food, it is loaded with fiber, high in vitamins C and K and very low in calories. It can be eaten raw or cooked and can be added to a wide variety of dishes like salads, soups, stews.
With so many health benefits, thou cabbage deserves the spotlight sometimes and some room on your plate.

Small Cabbage ------------ 1
Paneer --------------------- 100 grams
Capsicum ------------------ 1 large 
Onion ---------------------- 1 medium size
Ginger --------------------- 1 inch 
Garlic ---------------------- 5 to 6 
Green chili ----------------- 1 to 2
Soy sauce ----------------- 1 tbsp
Vinegar -------------------- 1 tsp
Green chili sauce ---------- 1 tsp
Hot & Sweet sauce -------- 1 tsp
Oil -------------------------- 2 tbsp
Small Carrot --------------- 1
Tomato --------------------- 1 medium size
Cucumber ------------------ 1
Chopped Cilantro ---------- 1 tbsp
Lemon juice ---------------- 1/2 tsp
Salt as required ------------ :)
Sprouted mung bean as required (optional)

Let's  Start

Step 1. In a bowl add finely chopped carrot, cucumber, tomato and cilantro, add sprouted mung beans, pinch of salt and lemon juice. Mix it well and keep it aside.

Step 2. In a pan put oil, and heat it on a high flame. Now add finely chopped ginger, garlic and green chili. Stir for 1 to 2 minutes on flame high.

Step 3. Now add chopped onion, capsicum, stir for couple of minutes. Do not cook too much, otherwise capsicum will lose the crunch. 

Step 4. After couple of minutes add soy sauce, vinegar, green chili sauce and hot & sweet sauce, mix it well.

Step 5. Now add chopped Paneer and toss it well. Add salt if required, turn off
the heat.

Step 6. Take a sauce-pan, add water and 1/2 tsp of salt, let the water come to boil, now add the cabbage leaves one by one and keep them for 30 to 40 seconds. 

Step 7. Take out the cabbage leaves from the sauce-pan. 

Step 8. Now take the cabbage leaves add filling  and enjoy. 

Serve hot!

  • Do not make filling on low or medium flame, make it on high flame and keep tossing so that filling does not get burnt.
  • Paneer can be replaced with Tofu or Chicken.
  • Vegetables can be added of yours choice. You may also add boiled chickpeas and/or boiled kidney beans.
  • Cabbage leaves can be replaced with Lettuce leaves, iceberg lettuce would be ideal.
  • If using lettuce, skip step 6 and 7
  • Sauce can be adjusted as per taste.
Happy cooking :)


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