Affordable, widely available, and adored around the globe, cabbage transforms easily into anything from winter soups to summer slaws. Whether you're looking for Korean kimchi, German braised red cabbage, flavorful Russian stuffed cabbage, a classic America coleslaw, or more, find a world of cabbage recipes right here!
Stuffed cabbage is not only filling, but it's also simple to prepare. Our hearty stuffed cabbage recipe calls for meat, veggies, and more. Serve stuffed cabbage with hot tomato sauce and sour cream for the ultimate comforting winter meal.
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.
This beloved Italian soup isn't just hearty and healthy -- it's really flexible. Minestrone typically includes lots of leafy greens, other veggies, and beans. Which to choose? You're only limited by the contents of your refrigerator and pantry.
In this modern take on the Eastern European comfort food, leaves of Savoy cabbage turn buttery and tender when braised, and ground turkey replaces the usual beef. It's a colorful entree for fall or winter.
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.
Savoy cabbage leaves are filled with a flavorful mixture of ground lamb, brown rice, pine nuts, dried currants, and fresh herbs, then neatly folded into rolls and baked in a sweet-and-sour tomato sauce until tender and fragrant.
A Chinese takeout favorite, moo shu is a sweet and savory stir-fry typically made with pork and thinly sliced cabbage and vegetables. At the table, the mixture is then tucked into thin and chewy pancake wrappers. To make this at home (and make it weeknight-friendly), use storebought flour tortillas and pre-shredded coleslaw mix to save on time and prep work.
An Asian twist on classic coleslaw, this bright salad combines red and green cabbage varieties and gets its tang from yuzu-infused rice-wine vinegar, a generous squeeze of lime, and freshly grated ginger.
In this easy sheet-pan supper, sweet Italian sausages are teamed with wedges of cabbage and kabocha squash, then the whole thing is drizzled with a mustardy apple-cider vinaigrette. Because cabbage releases moisture when cooked, start with a preheated baking sheet for extra browning power.
This recipe brings an old family favorite into the 21st century. Savoy cabbage becomes a wrapper for a fragrant mix of beef, pork, herbs, and nutty brown rice. The bundles, which meld with a spicy tomato sauce, are easy to make: The cabbage leaves are boiled briefly until tender and pliable, and then folded around the filling.