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Simple Baked Cabbage

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Cabbage has become one of my favorite vegetables! It stores well and can be used in a huge array of various cooked and raw preparations. 

Classic coleslaw was never my favorite in previous times. With the traditional mayonnaise-based dressing. And then one day my daughter made coleslaw with a light oil and vinegar dressing and the addition of dried blueberries and chopped almonds...I was hooked on coleslaw from that day. 

But cooked cabbage, now that was always a cabbage of another kind. I have enjoyed eating cooked cabbage in so many ways and so many times through the years! This Simple Baked Cabbage is not only delicious, but the preparation is so easy, a few good ingredients, a covered roasting pan, and an oven. That's it.

Simple Baked Cabbage.

Simple Baked Cabbage
adapted from: The  Ponzi Vineyards Cookbook
375-degree oven

1 cabbage - if too large, use what will fill your casserole dish and store the rest.
olive oil
salt and pepper

Cut the cabbage in wedges, layer in a large baking dish.



Season with salt and pepper (use a heavy hand, you won't be sorry), drizzle with olive oil. Cover and bake 1 hour. For standard green cabbage, you will need to bake 1 1/2-2 hours for that soft and silky, creamy texture.

Serve.
Simple Baked Cabbage.
Although not traditional, try dusting with smoked paprika before serving. A sprinkling of Parmesan cheese is also delicious, run under the broiler for a few minutes to sear to a golden brown.

How to make, Simple Baked Cabbage, silky and delicious.
Simple Baked Cabbage


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24 comments

  1. Mmmm, roasted usually brings out the best in vegetables.

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  2. Will have to try, sounds simple and yummy!

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  3. Cabbage is one of, if not THE favorite vegetable of my husband's. I serve it often. I love oven roasting all kinds of vegetables, but for some reason, I have never done it with cabbage. I must remedy that! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Thank you for linking with See Ya In the Gumbo--it's great to have you!

    I love slow-cooked cabbage, but have never baked it like this. Love the idea of sprinkling Parm on top.

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  5. Yum!! I have only ever had cabbage either raw or quickly sauteed with some bacon & walnuts. Actually, there was also my mother's variation of "put it in a pot with some water and boil the bejeezus out of it" which basically rendered the cabbage inedible. Anyway, I have never tried it baked like this, but I'm eager to try.

    That sounds like a great book - thanks for sharing at Cookbook Sundays.

    xo

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  6. I have roasted/baked cabbage before and it gave it the most wonderful flavour. Yours looks absolutely scrumptious. What a great side dish!

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  7. I love cooked cabbage. I usually saute it, but your roast cabbage looks amazing!

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    1. Thanks, nothing better than a delicious AND easy recipe!

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  8. I've been on a cabbage kick lately, this will be the next thing I make with cabbage!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  9. The only cooked cabbage I've had was steamed with corned beef, but I do love to add it to soups if it's in the fridge. - Margy

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    1. It took me years to enjoy cabbage as much as I do now. We did not eat a lot of cabbage in my childhood home...it is a favorite veggie for me now.

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  10. What a great simple side dish. The paprika gives it color. I make braised cabbage, but I'm not sure why I never thought to bake it.

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    1. I love that it is a hands off cooking style, leaving room to cook something else more hands on or relax and visit or sip a glass of wine...

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  11. I've never had baked cabbage but this looks delicious!

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