Nigella’s Red cabbage with cranberries

This recipe comes from Nigella‘s latest cookbook “At my Table” (recipes from her latest TV series) and works perfectly in a thermal cooker saving up to two hours of cooking power.

The recipe will feed 8 to 10 people and once made it can be frozen if you want to make it beforehand.

To buy Nigella’s book go to: www.MrDsCookware.co.uk/product/nigellas-at-my-table

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Nigella's Red cabbage with cranberries
Nigella's Red cabbage
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Nigella's Red cabbage
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Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients together in the inner pot
  2. Bring to the boil stirring frequently
  3. If using a 3L Mr D's turn off the heat and place the inner pot into the vacuum-insulated outer Thermal Container.
  4. If using a 4.5L Mr D's boil for 5 minutes then turn off the heat and place the inner pot into the vacuum-insulated outer Thermal Container.
  5. Shut the lid and leave to thermally cook without power for a minimum of 4 hours
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Posted in CHRISTMAS, UK, VEGETARIAN.

10 Comments

    • Sorry Julieann for some reason the instruction were not saved and unfortunately I did not notice. I have now added them again and suggest you leave it in the outer container for around 4 hours.
      All the best
      Mr D

    • Hi Duncan,

      I am so sorry about all the problems with this recipe. I am not sure what has happened as I did add the instructions but they do not seem to have been saved so I’ve added them again.
      All the best
      Mr D.

  1. This seemed like it was going to be lovely until I actually made it (and kept strictly to the recipe!). It was far too salty. In my opinion it totally ruined it. I have added some more sugar and some red wine but it is still too salty for my palate. If making it again I would only add ONE TEASPOON of salt.

  2. Ok. Making it now for tomorrow’s Christmas dinner. First time I am making it with cranberries. I did have to look up what 2 taps were. I have only known them as cinnamon sticks. I’ll let you known how the family thinks of this new recipe.

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