Also known as chou de Milan
Mrs. Bloggerboy recently purchased a fresh, perfect Savoy Cabbage. Although you can find Savoy Cabbage year-round here, fall and winter are classic times to buy the vegetable. It is rich in vitamins and minerals. Part of our Savoy Cabbage was used as soup greens for a stew with potatoes, carrots & chicken. The rest was cooked in butter with heavy cream, nutmeg, salt & pepper added and served as a side dish. The aroma is much milder than for regular cabbage. The flavor is similar to but less bitter than chard (Mangold) and goes well with heartier fall and winter dishes.