19 Recipes That Prove Cabbage Deserves More Love in Your Kitchen
Cabbage is having a serious moment. Whether topping seafood tacos or serving as a new base for salads, this leafy vegetable is popping up all over restaurant menus. If you thought it was reserved for mayo-slathered coleslaw at summer parties, think again. Here are 19 recipes that prove cabbage is criminally underrated.
Quick Korean Spicy Slaw Recipe
Spice up your average coleslaw with this twist from Coterie member Heidi Larsen. (The secret ingredient is gochujang, a Korean chile paste you need to try.)
Crispy Baked Fish Tacos with Cabbage Slaw
Fish tacos and salsa don’t exactly mix. Try this tangy and crunchy cabbage slaw instead. And did we mention the entire recipe will feed four and only set you back $20?
Simple Beer Braised Cabbage
Pairs fabulously with salmon, roast chicken or a thick cut of steak.
Lamb Burger with Harissa Mayo and Pickled Red Cabbage
Because you’re way too chic to serve boring hamburgers. Harissa mayo adds a spicy kick and pickled cabbage brings the tangy crunch.
Hawaiian Barbecue Chicken Chopped Salad
Close your eyes and you’re in Maui. Don’t forget the creamy pineapple dressing.
Roasted Cabbage Steak
With just a few simple seasonings, transform the veggie into a dinner-party-worthy side dish.
Pork Cabbage Dumplings
Rolling them takes practice—just think of them as tiny, adorable cabbage burritos.
One-Pan Cabbage and Sausage Skillet with Rice
A feast fit for St. Patrick’s Day (and best of all, there’s only one dish to do).
Savoy Cabbage, Tangerine and Black Radish Salad
Ooh, your salad just got fancy. Save time and make the dressing in advance by combining the olive oil, vinegar, maple syrup and tangerine juice in advance.
Cabbage Roll Soup
The secret to this deliciousness: brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce.
Swedish ‘Pizzasallad’ Cabbage Slaw
Try this zesty Scandinavian import, typically paired with (yep) pizza.
Vietnamese Beef Cabbage Wraps
BRB, taking a trip to Saigon (in our minds). If you have leftover beef, transform it into a sandwich or toss it in with a salad for tomorrow’s lunch.
Roasted Cabbage Wedges
Great news: This simple side dish goes from the fridge to the dinner table in about half an hour.
Rustic Cabbage, Chickpea and Wild Rice Soup
This recipe makes eight servings, so eat it for dinner tonight, then freeze the rest and save it for a busy weeknight.
Asian Cabbage and Noodle Salad with Sesame Dressing
Thanks to instant ramen noodles and slivered almonds, this salad is anything but boring.
Work on your dumpling folds with this mega-impressive Asian-inspired app.