Are you looking for some recipe inspiration? In this list, you will find 10 cabbage recipes you’ll want to make again and again – yummy, super easy, and quick to make! Give them a try!
Cabbage is a wonderful, yet really underrated vegetable. And I think that’s so unfair!
Cabbage is extremely healthy and versatile and it can be included in countless recipes, from soups to casseroles and meat or veggie rolls. Cabbage can be sliced, cut into wedges, roasted, sauteed, fried, boiled, used as a wrapping for different types of filling – and everything in-between. Sounds awesome, right? And I’m sure you never thought about cooking cabbage using this many techniques!
That’s why I’m here to inspire you!
Now, enough talking about cooking processes – let’s discuss health benefits instead. Cabbage is full of important nutrients such as vitamin K (lots of it!), C, B6, calcium, potassium, fiber, folate, and more. It also contains powerful antioxidants and I’m all for it! Because of this, cabbage can be useful in fighting cancer; it also improves digestion, helps with our heart’s health, and lowers blood pressure… do I need to say more?
Cabbage is amazing and I hope you’re convinced of this! Plus, its neutral taste makes it amazing in salads, casseroles, and, as I mentioned before, as a wrapping for dolmas or other traditional rolls made with meat, rice, and vegetables.
If you want to start consuming more cabbage or if you have a cabbage head in the fridge waiting for you to cook it for two years now, it’s time to take action. And the list below will do nothing but inspire you to cook cabbage in some exciting new ways!
In case you’re eager to try some amazing cabbage recipes today, I have prepared the list below for you. There you’ll find 10 of my favorite cabbage recipes, all healthy, and quick to make. From cheesy casseroles to hearty soups and even some extra-healthy hash browns, I promise you’ll find one recipe for all tastes and preferences below!
Click on the linked titles in order to access these yummy cabbage recipes. Yum!
Here we go: