It’s easy for cabbage to get lost in the produce section when it has to compete with spotlight-grabbing superfoods like curly kale, vibrant beets, and pretty little cauliflower florets. That’s a shame, considering this cruciferous veggie is just as nutritious as its “sexier” counterparts: Just half a cup contains almost 50 percent of your daily dose of vitamin C, plus it’s brimming with cancer-fighting, cholesterol-lowering, ulcer-curing compounds. Best of all, it’s super versatile and can be anything from a pizza topping to a low-carb noodle substitute.
Need proof? These 24 recipes show there’s so much more to cabbage than coleslaw.
Appetizers and Sides
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1. Red Cabbage Chips With Tomato Yogurt Dipping Sauce
Known for topping pita bread, za’atar (an aromatic Middle Eastern spice that contains plenty of cell-protecting antioxidants) is used here to coat red cabbag…