Sautéed cabbage is an inexpensive, yet delicious, side that goes well with almost any dish.
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We often have sauteed cabbage as a side dish, but instead of using butter we use olive oil and a bit of chopped bacon. The bacon gives it a different taste all together.
Often we have the cabbage as a side for chicken or meat. If there are leftovers, I sometimes take it as a late night snack. I'm not too crazy about sweet snacks, so I prefer things like this cabbage or a light salad.
Regarding the large chunks of cabbage, I like them, but my family often cuts it into smaller, thiner pieces. Not as small as a typical cabbage salad, but not as large as those in this video either.
What exactly is kosher salt? I only have sea salt (from Costco) at home. Adding 1/2 teaspoon to 1/2 head cabbage turned out to be too salty for my taste. Is it just my own taste? Or do sea salt and kosher salt have different level of saltiness?