Roasted Cabbage


Most of the time when you think of cabbage, you think of a boiled, soggy vegetable or a crunchy slaw.  Well here, I am going to share with you my favorite way to prepare it.

I’ve never been big on cabbage, I will admit.  However, I tend to love pretty much any vegetable once it is roasted.  And this is a perfect example.  Something about the roasting process brings out the natural  sweetness and delicate flavor of the cabbage.

So here is my super simple recipe for roasted cabbage.  A quick and easy side dish, for any meal, not just St. Patrick’s Day!

Roasted Cabbage

  • 1 head of cabbage, sliced (about 1/2 inch is good)
  • olive oil
  • kosher salt
  • pepper
  1. Preheat oven to 400.
  2. Separate cabbage slices and toss in olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
  3. Spread into a single layer on a sheet tray (you will probably need 2 trays for a whole cabbage)
  4. Roast for 20-30 minutes, depending on how caramelized you like your veggies.  I like mine with nice color.
  5. Serve warm.

Have you tried my Shepherd’s Pie?  I think I will be making that for St. Patrick’s Day this year :)  What are you planning to make?

~Michelle

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7 Responses to Roasted Cabbage

  1. marissa says:

    Shelley, this cabbage was SO delicious! I never would have thought to try it this way. Awesome!!!

  2. Deby Lake says:

    I used coconut oil instead of Olive. Make sure cabbage is room temp first. Melt coconut oil and work recipe the same. There is something about coconut oil and veggies that are so delicious. It is also a great way to get your coconut oil in, it is so good for you. Thanks for the recipe.

  3. Tessa says:

    AMAZiNG! Easily my new favorite cabbage dish…..how have I never stumbled across this method before? Brilliant! Thx u for a delicious dish!

  4. Diane gertz says:

    Happy to find your site. Can’t wait to try this.

  5. Kip Nash says:

    Several times throughout the year, cabbage is inexpensive at the supermarket. Around St. Patrick’s Day is one of them, but also in the fall the prices drop, making it the perfect time to make Oven Roasted Cabbage. Personally, I cook cabbage many ways throughout the year. The sweet deliciousness isn’t something I want to save for only two times during the year. Even at full price, I’ve never seen it above $.79 per pound. Well within my budget, a single head weighs two to three pounds.

  6. Tyler Diaz says:

    Several times throughout the year, cabbage is inexpensive at the supermarket. Around St. Patrick’s Day is one of them, but also in the fall the prices drop, making it the perfect time to make Oven Roasted Cabbage. Personally, I cook cabbage many ways throughout the year. The sweet deliciousness isn’t something I want to save for only two times during the year. Even at full price, I’ve never seen it above $.79 per pound. Well within my budget, a single head weighs two to three pounds.

  7. This recipe was a delicious surprise. I love roasting vegetables and had never thought of using cabbage. The lemon juice wash was the perfect touch. It was a delicious combination.

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