by Stepfanie Romine, Staff Writer
Cabbage is an extremely versatile veggie that gets far less attention than it deserves! You can eat it raw or cooked. You can steam it, ferment it, stir-fry it, bake it, boil it, stuff it, saute it, or braise it. This cruciferous vegetable is nutritious and affordable, plus it's available year-round. Read on for a dozen recipes celebrating cabbage.
This gratin pairs cabbage, carrot and onions with rich Swiss cheese in a creamy egg custard. Fresh parsley and Parmesan finish the dish.
Cabbage and zucchini turn into a versatile side dish with a few aromatic additions. Cook this dish low and slow to allow the flavors to meld.
We love cabbage soup--just not when it's the star of a fad diet. This light soup laced with tomatoes is the perfect start to any meal.
Cabbage rolls are a time-consuming dish, but thankfully this recipe usually yields enough for at least two meals. These savory rolls are packed with beef and turkey, plus a rich tomato sauce. Top with feta for an extra flavor boost!
Creamy cole slaw is a favorite cabbage recipe, but who needs all that mayo? This version uses Greek yogurt and a healthier mayo, plus a few other secret ingredients.
Crunchy ramen noodle salad elevates cole slaw to a whole new level. You'll love the vibrant colors and crisp texture.
A lighter take on a Slavic favorite, this not-too-buttery cabbage and onion casserole is pure comfort food.
Kimchi is like sauerkraut with a fiery kick, and it's a staple in Korean cuisine. Fried rice tempers the bite of the pickled cabbage in this quick dinner.
Sausage and sauerkraut are a match made in heaven--or Eastern Europe. We love this simple combo, especially when served over boiled potatoes to soak up all the juices.
Authentic tacos are simple and need little to dress them up. These Baja-style fish tacos are no exception. Crunchy cabbage, juicy tomatoes and crisp onions offer a nice contrast to the fresh fish.
This recipe turns cabbage soup into a hearty meal. Lean chicken bulks it up while apple cider vinegar and brown sugar add depth to the dish.
For all the flavor of cabbage rolls with far less work, turn to the slow cooker. This version requires a third of the work on your end, with a tasty, slow-cooker dish that will be ready when you are.
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