Cabbage is a nutritious and tasty green vegetable that deserves more attention. Cabbage is inexpensive and readily available throughout the year. Aside from that, cabbages have a variety of health benefits, including vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and others.
The cabbage is a vegetable that is often eaten raw or cooked. It is a member of the Brassica family and is a cruciferous vegetable.
This nutritious green can also be prepared in a variety of ways, including appetizers, snacks, and main dishes. That being said, I’ve compiled a list of 14 healthy cabbage recipes that you’re sure to enjoy!
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14: EASY HEALTHY CABBAGE SOUP
This flavorful Cabbage Soup is loaded with nutrient-dense veggies and has a delicate smoky flavor. It’s the ideal low-calorie diet soup, with 98 kcals with potatoes and 38 kcals without (making it low carb and keto). 3 WW points for being syn-free (2 points without potatoes).
13: SAUTEED CABBAGE WITH MUSTARD + ST. PATRICK’S DAY RECIPES
Sautéed cabbage with mustard and a smidgeon of horseradish is an unusual vegetable side dish. This sautéed cabbag-e recipe is a great healthy side dish for St. Patrick’s Day, but it’s also versatile enough to serve throughout the year.
12: HEALTHIER CHINESE CHICKEN SALAD
This vintage Chinese chicken salad is based on my mother’s PTA recipe from the 1960s. This healthier version of Chinese chicken salad has all of the flavors but less sugar and carbs.
11: INSTANT POT CABBAGE SOUP
This Instant Pot cabbag-e soup is comforting, cozy, and full of wholesome ingredients in a flavorful tomato base. It’s a simple, healthy, gluten-free, Whole30-compliant recipe that you’ll love!
10: ROASTED CABBAGE
Roasted cabbag-e is drizzled with olive oil, shallots, and garlic before being topped with crumbled crispy bacon. This is a quick, healthy, and delicious side dish for any meal!
9: CABBAGE ROLL SOUP
This unstuffed Cabbag-e Roll Soup is based on classic cabbag-e rolls. All of the same great flavors, but so much easier to prepare. All-in-one healthy and hearty dinner for busy weeknights!
8: INSTANT POT CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE
Instant Pot Corned Beef and cabbag-e will undoubtedly be the star of your St. Patrick’s Day menu. Making tender and juicy corned beef and cabbag-e in your pressure cooker or Instant Pot is the quickest and easiest way.
7: ASIAN PORK TACOS
These Asian pork tacos are the stuff of dreams. They begin with crispy wonton shells filled with flavorful, juicy shredded pork, which is then topped with fresh slaw and spicy chili mayo. Excellent as an appetizer or as a main course.
6: CABBAGE PASTA
For what seems like months, I’ve been stuck for dinner ideas. I’ve had some great concoctions on occasion, but I’ve been a blank slate more than I’d like to admit. I’m hoping it’ll get better when the weather cools down and turning on the oven doesn’t sound so bad.
5: PICKLED RED CABBAGE – SUGAR-FREE, WHOLE30
Pickled red cabbag-e made quickly and easily with just a few simple ingredients and NO sugar. It adds lovely acidity and brightness to your favorite dishes, and it’s Whole30 and Low Carb friendly!
4: PURPLE CABBAGE AND CARROT SLAW
My new favorite side dish is this Purple Cabbag-e and Carrot Slaw! It’s creamy, crunchy, slightly sweet and spicy, and absolutely delectable. Make it a nutritious side dish for your next backyard barbecue or cookout!
3: BBQ BRAISED CABBAGE WITH BACON
What a mouthful! It’s in abundance in this easy BBQ braised cabbag-e with bacon. You won’t be sorry if you serve it as a side dish the next time you grill or pile it on top of a turkey sandwich. or burger for flavor. Gluten-free.
2: ASIAN COLESLAW #PROGRESSIVEEATS
This vibrant Asian Coleslaw is loaded with crunchy vegetables and topped with a flavorful vinaigrette made with honey, soy sauce, and sesame oil.
1: VEGAN CABBAGE ROLLS
This Vegan Cabbag-e Rolls recipe is a delicious meatless twist on a classic dish. The stuffed filling is made with homemade tomato sauce and contains rice and walnuts. Serve as a hearty dinner or a nutritious vegetarian side dish. They are ideal for Christmas because of their lovely red and green colors (or Thanksgiving).