Cabbage Recipe Collection

Cabbage might be one of the most underrated vegetables around, but that is changing. Cabbage is becoming a more popular vegetable with people worldwide for its health benefits and versatility. Even top chefs are starting to feature the leafy green vegetable in more dishes. It even became popular with celebrities who would embark on the cabbage soup diet to lose a few pounds before a big event. Take a look at some of the great health benefits of cabbage recipes, the different varieties available and how you can incorporate it into your diet.

Health Benefits of Cabbage Recipes

Cabbage is a lovely, hardy vegetable that is also very low in calories, making it a great vegetable for people who are dieting. In addition to the low calories, cabbage is also an excellent source of vitamin C. Everyone needs vitamin C; it’s vital to the health of skin, hair, the immune system and more. A deficiency in the vitamin can result in serious illnesses and loss of well-being. Cabbage also has large amounts of glutamine, an amino acid with anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, cabbage has many other great nutrients including Vitamin A, Vitamin B and Vitamin E. Like other leafy green vegetables, cabbage is high in many vitamins and nutrients that are necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Varieties of Cabbage Recipes

The most common type of cabbage is the popular green cabbage. However, there are many different varieties available, all with a distinct look and flavor. For an alternative to your regular boiled cabbage, try savoy cabbage. Savoy cabbage has a round, compact head with crinkly green leaves and a crispier taste. Bok Choy is another popular type of cabbage that is found most often in Chinese recipes. It is smaller than other cabbages and has a sweet, light, crisp taste. Red and purple cabbages are popular for pickling or shredded and added as an addition to colorful salads. These are just a few of the many different varieties of cabbage available from local grocery stores and markets. Next time you see an unfamiliar cabbage, pick it up! You might be surprised by the difference in taste and texture. Cabbage is a wonderful vegetable – it’s cheap, hardy, nutritious and, when cooked right, incredibly delicious. To start incorporating this lovely veggie into your diet today, take a look at some of the recipes on our website. Long gone are the days of soggy, over-boiled cabbage. Instead, we have a great range of different methods and flavors so you’re sure to find a recipe that you and your family will love.

Losing Weight With Healthy Cabbage Recipes

Check out this video recipe to find out how this lady lost 10 pounds on a delicious diet of cabbage. You can do it too!
An example of some of the healthy Korean cabbage recipes for losing weight to be found on this website are below:

Zesty Broccoli & Cabbage Slaw
Classic White Coleslaw
Braised Cabbage with Bacon and Garlic Breadcrumbs
Light and Creamy Coleslaw
Slaw Silks
Layered Slaw
Chinese Cabbage Salad
Old-Fashioned Sweet Coleslaw
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Braised Cabbage with Bacon and Garlicky Breadcrumbs
Scalloped Cabbage
Spicy Cabbage Stir-Fry
Cabbage With Caraway Seeds
Summer Slaw
Spicy Coleslaw
Coleslaw and Dressing
Luscious Spicy Red Cabbage
Cabbage Parmesan
Quick Barley, Cabbage and Spring Vegetable Soup
Cabbage and Radishes Squeezed with Salt
Smoky Pork Chops with Cabbage and Apples
Pancit Guisado
Mahi-Mahi in Ginger – Miso Broth
Baked Cabbage and Lamb
Cabbage–Wrapped Tilapia in Coconut Milk
Sweet and Sour Cabbage
Rice and Raisin-Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
Cabbage-Bean Soup
Slaw with Red Cabbage and Red Onions
Cabbage Salad
Slow-Cooked Autumn Brisket
Island Shrimp & Fruit Salad
Creamy Cabbage
Baked Cabbage Recipe
Buttered Cabbage Recipe
Braised Cabbage
Sweet and Sour Cabbage Wedges
Braised Cabbage and Sausages
Cabbage and Carrot Salad
Pork with Layered Cabbage
Korean Kimchee – Kimchi Cabbage