Just Drizzle and Enjoy. Cut up any type of cabbage, drizzle it with lemon and add a little salt for a mid-day snack.
The Healthy Reuben. Use low-fat Thousand Island dressing, rye bread, reduced-fat Swiss cheese, butter flavored nonstick cooking spray and deli slices of turkey instead of high-fat chipped beef.
A Prime Pasta. If pasta is for dinner, increase your vegetable intake by tossing some thinly slice cabbage into your sauce.
A Not-So-Typical Coleslaw. Check out our tasty California Coleslaw. Ready in 20 minutes!
Stir Fry. Cabbage has a mild taste and can be added to any stir fry.
Cabbage Casserole. Never tried cabbage rolls? You’ll be sold! They’re your favorite? Excellent! Then try them in a new way … check out our unique Cabbage Roll Casserole recipe.
Add Crunch to Your Lunch! Add extra crunch to your salads, soups, wraps, or sandwiches by topping them off with thinly sliced cabbage.
Slow-Cooked. Pump up the veggies on your hamburgers by adding slow-cooked cabbage, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and light mayo.
Golumpki: A Polish Tradition. Mix spices with beef or pork, separate into small balls, wrap in cabbage and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
Saint Patty’s Day! Keep the Irish tradition alive with Colcannon: a combination of cooked cabbage, potatoes and onions mashed into patties and browned in the oven at 425 degrees for 15 minutes.
See Nutrition Information for Cabbage