This versatile veggie is an early-summer treat in our favorite cabbage recipes.
Delicious raw, cooked, or pickled–savory cabbages have stunning, deep crinkled leaves that can span a few feet in the garden.
Pungent when raw, yet mellow and sweeter when cooked, cabbage is a great vegetable to use throughout the summer months.
First up is Beer-Braised Chicken Tacos with Cabbage Slaw. Cabbage and apple slaw adds a nice crunch. When you pair the slaw with beer-braised chicken, the tacos take on a German flair.
View Recipe: Beer-Braised Chicken Tacos with Cabbage Slaw
If you want to use cabbage for something more exciting than simple slaw, kimchi is worth the wait. It’s a spicy Korean condiment
that is often fermented and aged—sometimes for months. Our recipe is shortened to one week. It’s traditionally served with
steamed white rice and pairs well with stir-fries.
View Recipe: Kimchi-Style Cabbage
Quick but hearty, serve this sweet and savory scallop dish with roasted potatoes.
View Recipe: Seared Scallops with Bacon, Cabbage, and Apple
Steaming the cabbage leaves before filling them makes them pliable enough to roll up.
View Recipe: Whole Grain and Italian Sausage–Stuffed Cabbage
This recipe is the definition of hearty in a bowl. Earthy green cabbage mingles with moist shredded chicken, chicken sausage,
and broth-soaked potatoes. Tart, crunchy apple slices add a fruity counterpoint to this German-inspired soup.
View Recipe: Chicken Soup with Cabbage and Apple
This richly flavored whole head of cabbage cooks slowly over moderate heat while covered. This preparation is a showpiece.
View Recipe: Barbecued Cabbage with Santa Fe Seasonings
The name of this dish is galaam oop, which tells the cooking method (oop) used for cooking the cabbage (galaam). The "oop"
method of cooking, found in Northern Thailand and among the Shan people in Myanmar, involves a slow simmer, under a tightly
sealed lid, of ingredients that have been combined with very little water and little or no oil. There's depth of flavor from
a little ground beef that gives extra succulence.
View Recipe: Simmered Cabbage with Beef, Shan Style
This dish is more authentic than the ubiquitous corned beef and cabbage, though it is quite similar in that Irish boiling
bacon is a cured meat, too. The boiling bacon is also leaner than traditional American bacon (which does not make an appropriate
View Recipe: Irish Bacon and Cabbage with Mustard Sauce
Curried cabbage, seasoned with the pungent flavors of turmeric, mustard, and curry powder, is a perfect partner for grilled
pork loin or lamb.
View Recipe: Curried Cabbage
Cool, crisp napa cabbage leaves cradle a hot and spicy herbed filling in this quick dish.
View Recipe: Asian Turkey Cabbage Cups