I have to admit that cabbage has never been one of my top ten favorite vegetables. Until now. Until roasted cabbage. I’ve cranked up the oven to 450 degrees and roasted lots of other vegetables from butternut squash to zucchini, but never thought to roast cabbage. But with St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, I picked up a head of savoy cabbage at the market and had to figure out what to do with it.
printable recipe here
1 cabbage (I used savoy cabbage but the other kind works too)
Cut the cabbage in 1/2 inch slices
Place on a cookie sheet and brush olive oil over the slices, then sprinkle with herbed salt and ground black pepper.
Roast at 450 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes, then flip over and repeat with more olive oil, salt and pepper on the other side and roast another 10 to 12 minutes.
If the parts near the core are still not cooked sufficiently, lower the heat to 350 degrees and leave in the oven a little longer.
OK. This notion is brand new to me, but as you said why not? Other veggies are great roasted – esp. cabbage relatives like brussels sprouts. I bet it is great. And I must pass this one on to my sister, who adores cabbage. I love it when you get inventive and adventuresome in the kitchen!
I roast everything, so why not cabbage? Looks excellent!
che buona idea mangiarlo così, grazie Linda !
We love fresh cabbage plucked from the garden during summer. Since we love our veggies roasted now due to the enhanced flavor, you've just given e a great idea to prepare cabbage! Simplicity is so often the best! Perfect for St. Patrick's Day, Linda!
I have a friend in Florida, Danny Abbruzzee. This is such an unusual name I wondered if by some chance you could be kin.
Love your cabbage recipe. Will try it tomorrow!
What a great idea. I never really liked cabbage until it came out of my garden. Oh my…what a difference! I can't wait to try this.
I once did some sketching of the inside of a cabbage. The lines are sooo beautiful! Even more beautiful after roasting 🙂
Mouthwatering! I love that dish. Roasted cabbages taste oh so good.
Ham is more traditional than corned beef. Corned beef is more English.
I love all roasted veggies, Linda! This looks amazing.
Interesting! Kinda like taking roasted brussel sprouts and exploding them… ! I actually like cabbage, but this does sound like a particularly nice way to enjoy them. And they're substantial enough that you can make a vegetarian second course out of them, too.
Aren't roasted veggies the best? I'm with you with the savoy cabbage, love the way it tastes and looks. Happy St. Patty's Day Linda!
P.S. I meant to tell you your Miami sketch was awesome, you're so talented!
I'm always in the look out for new ways to eat veggies, this sounds so good I must try it! Thanks.
So simple, so good. Proof positive that you can enhance all vegetables!
What a delicious idea, Linda! I have some savoy cabbage left from my Colcannon soup. I'll give this a try!
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