Cabbage is a cheap, nutritious vegetable that packs a lot of flavor. Here are 17 delicious cabbage recipes for you to try.
One of my favorite ways to top tacos is not with lettuce, but with cabbage. I got the idea from fish tacos, which are typically topped with cabbage, and loving the bitter crunch it added. One night, I didn’t have any lettuce and made tacos. I did have a head of cabbage and tried that instead and haven’t gone back since. Cabbage is extremely versatile and can be used as a low carb alternative to higher calorie ingredients like pasta. Here are some amazing cabbage recipes for you to try and enjoy this delicious bitter vegetable.
17 Cabbage Recipes
This Corned Beef and Cabbage Casserole is a delicious way to use up leftover corned beef.
If you can’t get enough Sriracha, try this Red Cabbage Coleslaw with Sriracha Mayo.
Give this Cabbage Roll Soup with Turkey a try for a new way to enjoy an old favorite.
Garlic Roasted Cabbage Wedges from Cooking Classy are another super easy side dish that requires almost no time at all.
Chef De Home has a lovely recipe for Vegetarian Cabbage Soup that looks hearty and delicious.
Sauteed Cabbage from Good Dinner Mom makes a delicious side dish for just about any protein.
Cabbage rolls are a classic cabbage dish and Sugar Apron has a wonderful recipe for Crock Pot Cabbage Rolls that’s super easy to make.
Use up leftovers and make these Savory Cabbage Pancakes with this recipe from Budget Bytes. They are a great way to make something quick.
I can’t get over the creativity of this recipe for Cabbage Lasagna from Low Carb Yum. It’s also gluten-free and pasta free!
Brooklyn Farm Girl has a great take on a classic comfort food. Give this recipe for No Pasta Macaroni and Cheese a try because it’s made with green beans and cabbage.
I’m a big fan of savory recipes, so I’m definitely going to try this Curry Cabbage from Healthier Steps.
Make some classic and easy Quick Sauerkraut with this tutorial from Eat Drink Paleo.
Braised Red Cabbage and Apples from Gutsy by Nature is a great way to enjoy red cabbage and get the good nutrients from it.
This Cabbage and Cucumber Salad from Simply Home Cooked is so simple and has just a couple of ingredients. I think it would make a wonderful lunch to take to work.
Can’t Stay Out Of The Kitchen has a Creamed Cabbage Soup recipe that has my taste buds tingling.
I love the idea of using cabbage in tacos. These Pork Tacos with Cabbage and Asparagus look delicious.
The secret ingredient in this Crunchy Cabbage Salad…ramen noodles!