BUTTERMILK FRIED CHICKEN TENDERS WITH SNAP PEA SLAW
My family loved the snap peas in this quick slaw.
CABBAGE & CORN SLAW WITH CILANTRO ORANGE DRESSING
Delicious spin on coleslaw! Recipe calls for bagged coleslaw mix but I just use thinly sliced equal amounts of green & purple cabbage and shredded carrots.
This family friendly jambalaya can be prepared on the stove or in the oven – both in under an hour.
CARAWAY CABBAGE CHIPS WITH DILL YOGURT
These crispy chips just take a few minutes to prep – the hard part is waiting for them to be done!
CHARRED VEGETABLE AND BEAN TOSTADAS WITH LIME CREMA
Hearty vegetarian tostadas. They’re a flavor explosion and brimming with good-for-you ingredients.
GRILLED CABBAGE WEDGES
When I see cabbage, I think coleslaw but there are so many other delicious ways to serve it up. These wedges are the perfect side dish for whatever you’re grilling. If you’re not in the mood to make a dressing, just grab one from your fridge. Try ranch dressing with crumbled bacon, Italian dressing with some grated parmesan, Asian dressing with toasted sesame seeds). No grill? No problem – roast them in the oven instead!
SERIOUSLY GOOD HOMEMADE COLESLAW
This is a killer slaw recipe! Make a big batch and serve it as a side for whatever you’re grilling or to top your tacos and pulled pork sandwiches.
SKIRT STEAK FAJITAS WITH GRILLED CABBAGE & SCALLIONS
Smokey steak and crisp tender grilled veggies make these fajitas perfect for a hot summer night.
SLAW WITH DILL AND SCALLION
Chop one cabbage, one bunch dill and one bunch scallions and mix together. Dressing: 1/3 cup mayo, 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp celery seeds. mix dressing on veggies and let sit in fridge for 1-2 hours. Enjoy. Good for several days. If you are intimidated by so much slaw, you can use half a cabbage and then just wrap the remaining half in plastic to use another time. It will be good for at least another week.
SLOW COOKER CABBAGE BEEF SOUP
You won’t be sorry you tried this hearty and delicious soup. (PS – it’s a great way to sneak cabbage in for people who aren’t cabbage fans).