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Roasted.

Warning, warning, warning, photos do not do this side dish justice. These photos are dark and not so pretty. But this was such a great dish!

I'd heard about the concept of roasted cabbage before, and around St. Patrick's day, our grocery store was selling whole heads of cabbage for $0.25. I used half the head for corned beef and cabbage in the crockpot, and the other half got sliced up and roasted several days later.


So for this side dish, you'll slice the cabbage and keep the slices intact. These all get put on a baking sheet and drizzled with some olive oil. I used a silicone brush like this one to coat them liberally with the EVOO, and then I seasoned them with kosher salt, freshly cracked black pepper, fresh minced garlic, and dried parsley. 


They went into a 400-degree oven for about 40 minutes, until crispy and a little browned. 


These have a great flavor and definitely are easy to prepare and low-cost!

I served the roasted cabbage along with slow-cooker buffalo chicken (from Allie's blog) and an easy salad with carrot ribbons and goat cheese.


So, now that I've roasted asparagus, broccoli, green beans, heck -- even sausages with grapes -- I'm officially in the camp that you can roast just about anything and have it turn out deliciously yummy!

7 comments:

  1. I still regularly make that Ina recipe. The best!

    I love a One Pot Roast -- throw meats and vegetables into a lasagna or casserole pan, season, toss, and roast. So yummy and stupid easy.

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  2. We love any and all roast veggies- cabbage has definitely been a new favorite this winter, to join our staples of asparagus and brussel sprouts! Cauliflower goes to a new level too when roasted- yumm!

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  3. I'm going to have to add cabbage to the grocery list! Do you ever roast Kale? That is my favorite way to eat it! Toss with evoo, soy sauce, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Roast for 5 minutes at 425! Delish!

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  4. Roasted veggies are my favorite! My love started with cauliflower...I cook until the edges are black in EVOO, grated parm cheese, red pepper flakes and salt. I NEVER liked cauliflower before.

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  5. I hope you liked the buffalo chicken

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  6. Roasted cabbage is a big hit with my husband and I also. Try roasted carrots, yum!!

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