Kogt revet hvidkål og gulerødder – Sauteed shredded cabbage and carrots side dish recipe

What to eat with this side dish? This Sauteed shredded cabbage and carrots side dish can be served either at dinner or lunch with a meat dishes.  Danish hot meals such as frikadeller (Danish meat balls) or ham are great. This is a great dish to prepare in advance. If you make enough, it is great as a left over food to reheat the next day. 


  • 2 cups coarsely chopped white cabbage, cored and finely shredded
  • 2 cups shredded carrots, peeled an shredded
  • Salt and ground pepper to taste
  • 2 tablespoons chopped flat-leaf parsley
  1. First prepare the vegetables.
  2. Heat butter in a frying pan on medium-high heat. 
  3. Add the sliced cabbage and shredded carrots and stir it for 1-2 minutes. 
  4. Lower the heat and cover with a lid, cook for 2-4 minutes. 
  5. Remove cover and season with salt and pepper to taste and sprinkle with chopped parsley.
  6. Serve warm. 

We hope you enjoyed our video and recipe! If you like this recipe as a side dish, please be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel Scandinavian Today.  Our channel has videos including

*how to make Danish Christmas rice pudding with cherry sauce dessert recipe (Risalamande med kirsebærsauce)
*how to make Swedish Glogg for Christmas & cold evenings! (glögg or mulled wine recipe) 
*how to make aeblskiver (æbleskiver)
*how to make Danish Christmas Klejner
*how to make easy Danish cucumber salad (arguksalat)
*how to make Danish sugar browned potatoes (brunede kartofler)
*how to make Danish red cabbage (rødkaal)
These recipes are perfect for the holiday season. Please let us know what you think! ♥

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