You’re missing out if coleslaw is the only way you’ve ever eaten cabbage. Since most of the flavor in coleslaw comes from the mayonnaise, doing so is essentially dishonest.
You’d be surprised at how many dishes may benefit from this fresh green vegetable. There’s not much not to like about this crunchy alternative to dull lettuce.
If you’re looking to spark some cabbage-related inspiration, check out the collection of cabbage-based recipes.
In a similar vein, remember that the vegetable has a lot of water, so you can season it strongly with salt while cooking.
It is far more resistant to softening during cooking than other greens, making it ideal for braising and roasting.
When compared to cabbage, romaine lettuce salads can leave you feeling hungry. It goes wonderfully with noodles and is a treat in vegetable soups (hello, borscht!) and other dishes like our haluski or the Asian mandarin orange chicken salad.
Can we say no to noodles, or not? Cabbage is an excellent option for anyone trying to lose weight on a gluten-free diet, ketogenic diet, or any other plan restricting carbohydrate intake.
It’s similar to cauliflower in that you can use it to make low-carb treats like burritos and dumplings from a simple vegetable.
Vegetarians and vegans, unite! Cabbage is also a veggie-friendly food. We realize it’s not a steak, but we’re willing to wager that you won’t notice the difference if you add some mushroom gravy.
Hold on a second; I thought we were talking about cabbage, not St. Patrick’s Day! The Irish place great value on cabbage, so if you’re seeking other Irish-inspired foods to elevate your cabbage experience, you’ll have no shortage of options.
Vegan Corned Beef and Cabbage
Easy one-pot vegan corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick’s Day, or put, corned jackfruit with cabbage and potatoes. Plant-based, gluten-free, and so incredibly delicious! a stovetop and slow cooker recipe.
Cabbage fritters, cabbage pancakes, or cabbage patties all have similar ingredients. Fresh vegetables are mixed with egg and a little flour to make a batter for this cabbage fritter. When fried, the top gets a golden brown colour.
Flavoured with herbs and spices, these cabbage cakes can be enjoyed as a side dish or appetizer. Serve these vegetable pancakes warm or cold.
Cabbage Stir Fry
The cabbage stir fry recipe with red bell pepper, carrots and green onions seasoned with a light and flavorful sauce and served with crispy tofu is a quick and easy, healthy meal ready in 30 minutes! Vegan + GF recipe
Cabbage Soup Recipe
Our warm and comforting Cabbage Soup recipe cooks up in less than 30 minutes. In addition to being a vegan cabbage soup recipe, it’s also gluten-free!
Roasted Cabbage Steaks with Garlic Breadcrumbs
Roasted Cabbage Steaks are the perfect crisp-tender and tasty vegetarian fare. Top it with crunchy garlic breadcrumbs for a satisfying weeknight meal.
Vegan Cabbage Rolls
These Asian-inspired vegan cabbage rolls are stuffed with rice and a mixed veggie filling and served alongside a Chinese brown garlic sauce.
Cabbage casserole is a quick and easy side dish to use up your fresh cabbage. Tender chopped pieces of cabbage cooked in a cream sauce and topped with crispy bacon. Make this easy, classic side dish recipe tonight.
Cabbage Roll In A Bowl
The traditional cabbage roll is made simply with this cabbage roll in a bowl! It is made with ground beef and rice and is unstuffed.
This recipe is filling and nutritious. It’s a fantastic meal to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and only takes 30 minutes to prepare! It is designed on the stovetop and is gluten-free. Compared to the standard version, much more straightforward!
Fried Cabbage and Potatoes with Bacon – Savory Tooth
This recipe for fried cabbage and potatoes with crispy bacon is straightforward. You only need six things and one pan.
Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Onion Dijon Sauce
Roasted cabbage wedges are quick and easy to make, taste, and feel great. An onion-Dijon sauce makes them even better.
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