17 ways with cabbage
From slaws to sauerkraut, here are the most delicious cabbage recipes for any season
Recipe: Creamy Lime Slaw
Recipe: Slow Sauerkraut
Recipe: Red Cabbage Salad with Dates
Recipe: Asian Peanut Slaw with Pork
Recipe: Chipotle Coleslaw
Recipe: Wilted Red Cabbage with Mint
Bite-size meatballs and tender vegetables make this soup satisfying; the touch of cream and nutmeg stirred in at the end rounds out the flavors. Homemade broth will add depth, but store-bought works fine.
Think mac ’n’ cheese—but with vegetables instead of noodles. This gratin is a warming winter side dish, though it’s so good you might be tempted to call it dinner.
Recipe: Savoy Cabbage Gratin
Savoy cabbage is mild and tender even when raw, making it ideal for this light accompaniment to rich sablefish. The recipe is also excellent with four boned trout fillets, and the slaw tastes good with chicken or pork too.
This incendiary kimchi closely resembles the award-winning product the Chois sell at their Portland Farmers Market stand and at grocery stores in the Portland area. “For the best and most authentic flavor, you must use gochugaru in kimchi,” Chong advises. However, you can make a delicious kimchi with a combination of ground mild New Mexico chiles and hotter arbol or Thai chiles.
Recipe: Choi’s Napa Cabbage Kimchi