Top Rated Red Cabbage Recipes

Serve as a main course. This recipe serves 4 and is ready in 30 minutes.
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Red Cabbage
A slightly sweet and tart side dish that goes well with roast pork and meat. Slowly braising tough cabbage removes the bitterness, and leaves it meltingly soft. From Lucinda Scala Quinn's "MAD Hungry: Feeding Men and Boys."
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Asian Slaw
Using miso paste in the dressing gives this slaw a rich, flavor-packed, satisfying flavor.This recipe is courtesy of Pumpkin and Peanut Butter.
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4.5

Wolfgang Puck jazzes up sauerkraut by using red cabbage, and the addition of some Granny Smith apples, ginger powder, and a whole cinnamon stick turns the volume up to 11. Jawohl!Click here to see the Oktoberfest: Beer, Brats, and 'Brezels story.
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Braised Red Cabbage
Try this eye-catching, easy-to-make braised cabbage for a change of pace from the usual roasted root vegetables and rice pilaf.
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4

Korean-Style Short Ribs with Red Cabbage
The richness of the short ribs is perfectly offset by the tangy crunch of the cabbage in this easy weeknight supper. Simply toss the short ribs into the marinade in the morning and pull them out when you arrive home after a long workday. This recipe calls for flanken-cut short ribs, which is a method of cutting across the ribs instead of between them (English style). You’ll likely need to request this cut specifically from your butcher.Excerpted from Sheet Pan Paleo (Ulysses Press, 2016) by Pamela Ellgen.
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Pork Burger
Since I was a vegetarian until recently, I haven’t been a burger lover for long. In fact, throughout my life, I’ve never liked the texture of burgers and instead have been partial to veggie burgers and other types of patties, croquettes, and cakes. But ground beef? Not necessarily my favorite thing to mix, shape, and grill (or fry). Enter the pork butt. Alex calls pork the Cadillac of meats, and last week at dinner we explained why to our guests at my mom’s house. It’s just so fatty. And fat makes for a great burger. Pork burgers are simple, flavorful, and a great change of pace if you’ve been grilling regular burgers all this time. They take really well to condiments, too. Mark Bittman sung their praises a while back, which is the original inspiration for this recipe. I recommended Bittman’s take on the burgers to my sister Jill, who successfully made them (and who insists you must eat them on honey wheat English muffins, which I failed to find). Jill, in turn, recommended the burgers back to me. They were easy to make and easy to grill (in the dark). With the creaminess of herb-spiked mayo and the crunchiness of my mom’s cabbage slaw, these burgers say summer to me. — Cara
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Cranberry Wrap
If you’re looking for a quick and simple dinner recipe than look no further. This dish packs plenty of fall flavor into a burrito. The best part is that it only takes about 10 minutes to make — you can use fully cooked meatballs for this dish and warm it through in the microwave. 
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 Mexican Tortilla Salad
Salads don't have to be boring! This loaded salad has all of the tasty trimmings you could desire without putting you over the day's calorie count. That, of course, just means more room for dessert!
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We like to use the Lotus brand of baos, which can be found at any specialty Chinese food market, to make these buns, but feel free to use whatever brand you prefer (or attempt to make them yourselves!).
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