Yields1 Serving
 1 Head of Cabbage about 2 lbs., chopped
 1 Onion, chopped
 1 package Thick-Cut Bacon cut into half inch strips
 1 lb Smoked Andouille Sausage cut into half inch rounds
 1 Red Bell Pepper medium, chopped roughly
 1 Green Bell Pepper medium, chopped roughly
 1 tbsp Kosher salt and Fresh Ground Pepper (to taste)
 2 tbsp Creole Seasoning (I used Sweet Smokie Joe's Creole Kic
 3 cloves Garlic minced/pressed
 2 tbsp Butter
1

Chop up your Cabbage, bacon, onion, sausage, and bell peppers.

2

Start by heating up a large deep pot, and add your bacon. Cook until golden brown.

3

Then add your onion and bell pepper. Stir to mix and cook evenly. And add in the Creole Seasoning. Mix to combine, and let cook for about 1-2 minutes.

4

After that, add in the Andouille Sausage and mix. Make sure to get the bottom of the pot.

5

Then add in your minced, or pressed, garlic. Stir to combine. After a minute add in your butter.

6

Once the butter has melted and been combined. Add in slowly your cabbage, mixing thoroughly. Cover with a lid and let steam for about 9-10 minutes.

7

Mix and taste to season with salt and pepper accordingly.
Serve hot and enjoy!

Ingredients

 1 Head of Cabbage about 2 lbs., chopped
 1 Onion, chopped
 1 package Thick-Cut Bacon cut into half inch strips
 1 lb Smoked Andouille Sausage cut into half inch rounds
 1 Red Bell Pepper medium, chopped roughly
 1 Green Bell Pepper medium, chopped roughly
 1 tbsp Kosher salt and Fresh Ground Pepper (to taste)
 2 tbsp Creole Seasoning (I used Sweet Smokie Joe's Creole Kic
 3 cloves Garlic minced/pressed
 2 tbsp Butter

Directions

1

Chop up your Cabbage, bacon, onion, sausage, and bell peppers.

2

Start by heating up a large deep pot, and add your bacon. Cook until golden brown.

3

Then add your onion and bell pepper. Stir to mix and cook evenly. And add in the Creole Seasoning. Mix to combine, and let cook for about 1-2 minutes.

4

After that, add in the Andouille Sausage and mix. Make sure to get the bottom of the pot.

5

Then add in your minced, or pressed, garlic. Stir to combine. After a minute add in your butter.

6

Once the butter has melted and been combined. Add in slowly your cabbage, mixing thoroughly. Cover with a lid and let steam for about 9-10 minutes.

7

Mix and taste to season with salt and pepper accordingly.
Serve hot and enjoy!

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