Time for a new Healthy Offer of the Week which means I’ve also put together some awesome recipes featuring cabbage!
See below to get started on some creative dishes surrounding the good old cabbage in time for St. Patrick’s Day!
Nothing says Irish or yummy like sausage, potatoes and cabbage all cooked in one pot! Easy and delicious, this can be a side dish, appetizer or a full meal. Anything made in one pot helps with the clean up too!
Nothing says St. Patrick’s Day like a good old traditional corned beef and cabbage meal. This one is made in your slow cooker. That means it’s easy and you get to smell the fruits of your labor throughout the day or when you get home. Guiness or your favorite dark stout beer adds a nice richness to the dish.
Cabbage is known as a good way to detox your system. Mix some cabbage with quinoa and you have a healthy and tasty meal or snack. I haven’t tried this yet, but the savory dill and lemon sound great, and this dish is 30% of your daily needed fiber. Enjoy and feel good at the same time.
Since bathing suit season is right around the corner, here is another delicious recipe that is light and good for you. Sure to please anyone – even those who hate vegetables. I think when you stir fry anything with garlic, ginger and soy sauce it tastes good. Make a meal and add some chicken!
I don’t think many people realize how tasty cabbage is on its own. Just add some unsalted butter, salt and pepper and you have a great side dish for any meal. You will be surprised how good this super simple dish is.
Looking at this recipe at first I felt a little intimated thinking it would be difficult but then I read on and it is very simple and looks very tasty. Who doesn’t like meat stuffed in soft yummy bread?
This recipe uses both red and Napa cabbage (yes, you save can 20% on any variety), along with raisins and apples for sweetness. The ginger vinaigrette gives it a spicy fun finish. Great to kick off the spring.
This dish is nice and hearty. I swear everything is better with bacon! Great meal that’s easy and feeds the whole family.
I love pork chops for dinner and am always looking for some new recipes. This is a good one to make on a Saturday or Sunday as it takes a while to prep and cook. It can be that special meal which I make sure to do at least once a week. Usually, its’ a Sunday and I enjoy spending a few hours in the kitchen creating something special. Good old Martha never disappoints when it comes to recipes!
You can’t have a cabbage recipe post without a few delicious stuffed cabbage roll recipes. This is a polish classic that is sure to please everyone. Who doesn’t like anything stuffed with meat!
Here is a great recipe from the former Food Network Star winner Melissa D’Arabian. It uses red wine (always my favorite to add to any dish), tart apples and a splash of apple cider vinegar. Best part this recipe is part of her “Ten Dollar Dinners” so read on for a full meal that will cost you only 10 bucks!
Here is a great recipe that takes the tedious stuffing out of the stuffed cabbage. Still all those great flavors but without all the work. A must try for sure!
This is a riff on a classic Portuguese soup. It substitutes the kale with cabbage. Both leafy veggies are great for you but I think cabbage adds a new dimension of flavors. Hearty and spicy. Can’t go wrong with this dish!
This side is lightly spiced with a nice creamy texture. Love the crunchy topping mixed with bread crumbs, Parmesan and chopped walnuts. Serve this with some roasted leg of lamb and you’ve got a gourmet meal that will please guests or the family any day of the week.
I love cabbage rolls and here is a great Asian twist on a polish classic. It only takes 35 minutes to cook. Love the spicy sauce. If you have kids, use sweet pork and don’t add the sriracha or hot chili sauce.
Now that I’ve shown you some great ways to cook cabbage get out and experiment while you save 20%! Don’t forget to check back weekly for more Healthy of the Week Offers and recipes to go with them.
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Which cabbage recipe is your favorite?