Red Cabbage Recipes

Find delicious red cabbage slaw, salads, soups, braised red cabbage, pasta and meat dishes with cabbage, and more recipes!

Staff Picks

Sauteed Red Cabbage

The vegetable side has a slightly sweet-and-sour flavor.

Braised Red Cabbage with Apple and Onion

Rating: 3.3 stars
This side goes well with roasted pork or turkey.

Shredded-Carrot-and-Cabbage Coleslaw

Cayenne pepper adds an earthy kick to the honey mustard vinaigrette in this fresh side dish. The slaw offers a crisp counterpoint in our Pulled BBQ-Chicken Sandwiches and is also delectable served solo.

Kale Slaw with Red Cabbage and Carrots

The variety of seeds and the kale make this a distinctive twist on coleslaw.

Rice-and-Bean Salad Bowl with Tahini Sauce

Our glorious grain bowl calls for making the brown rice in advance, but even if you start from scratch, you can get the whole dish on the table in under an hour.

Braised Red Cabbage

This dish can be made a day ahead. Let cool completely before refrigerating. Reheat, covered, over medium heat.

Cape Malay Pickled Fish

Rating: 4 stars
A staple of South African cuisine, this fish picks up a world of flavor from a 48-hour soak in curried pickle brine. The recipe comes from Cape Town chef Reuben Riffel. Also try:Peri Peri Beef Salad

Fish Tacos

Rating: 3.3 stars
With simple ingredients, fish tacos are a light and easy meal. The creamy red-cabbage slaw can also be served on sandwiches or as a side for any Mexican dish.

Fish Tacos with Cabbage and Lime

Rating: 3.26 stars
These healthy tacos are easy to prepare and filled with flavorful cilantro.

Pickled Red-Cabbage Slaw

Rating: 3.33 stars
As a side dish, pickled cabbage slaw serves as a bracing contrast to the richness of braised meat. Serve this alongside Juki's Short Ribs.

Beef and Cabbage Tacos

When you want a change from the usual tacos, when you want dinner on the table in just 20 minutes, this is the recipe you need. Our zesty tacos have a spicy beef filling with red cabbage, avocado, and sour cream.

Slow-Cooker Pork Chop

Pork chops cut from the shoulder have more connective tissues that break down as they cook, making them a great choice for a low and slow cook. Browning the bacon and pork chops in a pan first gives this dish layers of added flavor.

Inspiration and Ideas

Asian Rotisserie Chicken Salad

Rating: Unrated
For a salad with the best texture, shred the chicken instead of cubing it. The technique is simple: Holding a fork, tines down, in each hand, pull the meat into pieces along the grain.

Roasted Cabbage with Balsamic Vinegar

Rating: Unrated
It's easy to liven up your favorite vegetables with a tangy dressing or a splash of vinegar or fruit juice. Here, balsamic vinegar is tossed with roasted cabbage.

Seared-Tuna Taco Bowl

Composed of rice, black beans, cabbage slaw, and fresh tuna spiced with chili powder, this power bowl makes a light yet satisfying dinner or lunch. A zesty cilantro cream dressing brings it all together.