Long known as a dieter's delight, cabbage is delicious too. From soup and stuffed cabbage to beef and cabbage, these recipes will show you how to cook this healthy, cruciferous vegetable with ease.See Popular Cabbage Recipes
The total comfort food. Smoky bacon, the crunch of green cabbage, and tender noodles make this dish completely "craveable." Perfect for St. Patrick's Day...or any day.
Serve this hearty gratin with roasted chicken, sausages, or pork.
Take a trip to New Orleans with a bowl of crunchy, colorful Mardi Gras Slaw! Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday, is famously and raucously celebrated in New Orleans (as well as in Rio de Janeiro) every year, as people from all over the world gather to indulge in over-the-top food and drink before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season begins the following day, on Ash Wednesday. I'm all for a good party, but will be taking Fat Tuesday a little less literally next week by incorporating healthy Mardi Gras Slaw into my Cajun-inspired menu.
This fresh-tasting side dish makes a tempting companion for roast pork or ham.
Let the whole family get wrapped up in making this dish by having everyone roll the "presents" before baking.
This incredible pizza is topped with buttery braised cabbage, pureed sunchokes, crisp pan-fried sunchokes, and gooey Emmental cheese.
This pleasantly sweet side dish yearns to be served with roast pork and potatoes.
To punch up the flavor of braised cabbage, a classic accompaniment to sauerbraten, Frank Castronovo adds dried sour cherries, apples, and a pinch of ground cloves.
Tired of the same old coleslaw? Try this fruit and nut slaw for your next cookout or family potluck.
From one deeply flavorful chicken broth, F&W's Grace Parisi creates four exceptional soups.
More and more specialty-food stores are selling duck confit legs, but in a pinch, rotisserie chicken works well, too.
We've all heard the claims about cabbage soup being the perfect diet food. But aside from all the talk about its slimming properties (if you eat nothing else, that is), cabbage soup is one of winter's finest foods. It's built to warm you, give you lots of good fiber, along with plenty of vitamins A and C, and it's just plain delicious.
Cabbage and kielbasa combine with potatoes in this brothy stew that simmers away in the slow cooker until it's time for dinner.
Make your own natural baby food with this recipe. Apples and raisins add the flavors that your baby will love.
Pre-shredded carrots can be sauteed with the cabbage and added to the "nests" for extra color.