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I was unsure about this recipe at first but figured I would give it a try. It turned out really good and my husband even liked it. It was so easy. My only tip is to make sure you don't use to much soy sauce. I accidently poured a little more soy sause(low sodium) than the recipe says and it was a bit salty. I will be making this again for sure.
First, leave out the soy sauce. Use a whole head and cut into 1/8's. Wrap each portion in tin foil with butter and light salt and pepper. Then put bacon along the sides and bottom for the final touch. Wrap up tight and let cook off the fire at 350 degrees for about an hour or whenever you feel it's tender enough for your liking.
Very good, I would have never thought to use soy sauce with grilled cabbage. I used the whole cabbage cut into 4 squares removing the core and putting it into packets sprayed with a little Pam so nothing stuck. I used low sodium soy sauce and added a little mincd garlic.
I had never heard of the idea of BBQ'ing cabbage and was intrigued. I opted out of the butter and soy and substituted olive oil to be healthier. I simply drizzled olive oil over the quartered pieces and sprinkled with salt pepper and granulated garlic and it was delicious! The cabbage edges got a nice char on them while the rest of the cabbage was soft and succulent but not soggy! Needless to say I will be making this all summer long!
First time trying a cabbage on the grill and it turned out great!! Used onion powder since I didn't have any onions bell pepper soy sauce minced garlic cajun seasoning and bacon bits and put it on the grill in the foil packets. WONDERFUL!!
This is a wonderful recipe. I didn't even bother to measure - I just chopped cabbage threw it onto some greased foil dumped on the soy sauce and pepper dotted with some butter and it was good to go. And it tasted delicious!