Egg Roll in a Bowl with Chicken and vegetables – an easy stir fry recipe with marinated chicken and cabbage loaded with flavor. Paleo, Whole30, and low-carb!
Cabbage Stir Fry with onion, garlic, ginger, carrots, green onion, and liquid aminos is a fresh side dish that can easily incorporate into any meal!
Caramelized Cabbage with bacon is a flavorful, addicting healthy side dish perfect for serving with just about anything. Caramelizing Cabbage will turn even the biggest Cabbage naysayer into a believer!
This easy cabbage recipe is paleo, keto, whole30, easy to prepare, and a crowd pleaser!
We’ve all had caramelized onions, but have you ever tried caramelized cabbage?
Truth be told, I couldn’t tell you whether or not caramelized cabbage is a thing. I dreamt it up one day while I was thinking about making a cabbage stir fry and caramelized onions were simultaneously on my mind.
I thought it brilliant to slowly cook sliced cabbage until it was softened yet slightly crispy and deeply golden-brown for a crazy flavorful approach to the otherwise bland vegetable.
And it’s so easy to prepare! If you can caramelize an onion (which we will be doing in this recipe, too), then you can caramelize a cabbage!
The way I see it, caramelized cabbage can be used in all sorts of ways – as a straight up vegetable side dish, a condiment, topping for sandwiches, burgers, steak, or chicken. I would even use it in burritos, grilled cheese sandwiches of breakfast sandwiches. Go wild!
Cabbage is neutral in flavor, making it ideal for dishes using big bold flavors like onion, garlic, and bacon. It doesn’t take much to spruce it up and make it extra palatable.
Let’s dig deeper!
Instant Pot Corned Beef and cabbage is quick and mouth-watering delicious! This easy corned beef made in a pressure cooker is a crowd-pleasing delight! For years, I made Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage using my slow cooker on St. Patrick’s Day. While I love slow cooked meat, I almost exclusively use my Instant Pot now, …
Ground Turkey Bowls with Mushrooms, Zucchini, Spinach and Cabbage Rice is a clean, low-carb dinner recipe. Keto, paleo, whole30 and delicious.
Light and healthy Paleo Chinese Chicken Salad with sesame ginger dressing that is soy-free, sugar-free, and free of canola oil. This easy salad is filling and nutritious! Chinese Chicken Salad has always been one of my favorites – I love the crunch, the zestiness, the sweet and savory combination, and the fact that it is …
Hearty, flavorful sausage and cabbage stew made quickly and easily using your Instant Pot! Make this meal ahead of time and have it on hand for the whole week!
Hey, you! How was your Thanksgiving?
My family kept things traditional and mellow, with a turkey, a couple vegetable side dishes, mashed sweet potatoes, and that Paleo Pumpkin Cheesecake I showed you last week. *Simple* goes a long way in keeping things light and fun in my family!
While the couple months surrounding Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year can be disorienting for many of us, I’m doing what I can to stick to my regular eating and exercise regimen this year (last year was a doozy for me!!) even if that does sound like an epic snooze fest.
For me, that means not allowing myself to get carried away with sugary blissful treats (you know how I love my sugar…) and not allowing other people’s re-evaluation of their own habits seep through to mine. I’m still developing dessert recipes, just doing everything in my power to keep the consumption of them at a reasonable level.
Meals like this Instant Pot Sausage and Cabbage Soup continue to be my main squeeze. I love them so.
Grilled chicken tacos with mango salsa, cabbage slaw, and chipotle sour cream. This fresh and vibrant take on tacos is sure to win you over! Tacos! Are you in, or are you out! I have to be honest, I’ve never known a single person who was just meh about tacos. I feel like everybody loves …
Spiced ground beef tacos with seasoned roasted sweet potatoes and cashew-based vegan queso are a delightfully simple yet flavor-blasted taco for any night of the week. Taco Tuesday! Did you know I’ve never actually posted a taco recipe on a Tuesday? Rebellious, I know. I’ve been waiting on sharing this recipe for months and realized …
Quick and simple stir fry vegetables. This colorful medley of carrots, broccoli, cabbage, leek, and ginger is a great side dish to any main entree. Whip it up in just 20 minutes! I debated for a minute (actually, 10 days) about whether or not I wanted to post this recipe, because it’s so silly-simple; but, …