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Roasted January King Cabbage

A head of January King cabbage 2 cloves of garlic, cut into very thin slivers A dessertspoon of caraway seeds Olive oil Lemon juice Salt & pepper Remove the coarser outer leaves and keep for soup or bubble & squeak, and wash. Don’t cut out […]

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Linguine with cabbage and anchovies

400g linguine or spaghetti 1 small cabbage , cut into 1cm-wide slices 4 tbsp olive oil 5 garlic cloves , thickly sliced 50g can anchovies in olive oil Large pinch crushed chilli flakes For the crispy crumbs: 1-2 tbsp olive oil 50g breadcrumbs 4 tbsp […]

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Rumbledethumps

Tierney recommends this Northern dish to make the most of swede. You can cook the swede earlier in the day and reheat in the oven – give them an extra 20 minutes or so from cold. 600g large potatoes, peeled and chopped into large chunks […]

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Cabbage Galette

This is, in the nicest possible way, a recipe for a cabbage pie. It’s also really really delicious, and one of the few meals I miss now I don’t cook with meat. The dough comes out very wet, possibly best considered a batter. Either way, […]

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Stuffed Cabbage Parcels

Great with mince (original recipe uses pork) or left-overs, I filled them with veggie chili from the freezer last night and they were luscious. Or I reckon nut roast mix would be good too… The first time takes a while but after than it easier […]

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Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki is essentially ‘Japanese Pizza’ and can be topped with anything you like once the essential cabbage and batter base is ready. This recipe uses dried shiitake mushrooms- but they can easily be left out. It’s best served with a sauce or two- wasabi mayonnaise […]

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Red cabbage with cranberries

A tasty and different red cabbage side, adapted from Delia. 1 red cabbage, cut into 4 sections and cored 1 dessert spoon oil 1 medium onion, chopped 1 large garlic clove, finely chopped 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/3 whole nutmeg, freshly […]

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Colcannon

This Irish favourite is the perfect thing on a cold day. It’s brilliant made with any of the darker greens: savoy cabbage or any kale. The amount of butter in this recipe is a bit frightening, best cycle to work tomorrow. Serves 4 600g floury […]

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Sauerkraut

Amazing fermented food! Lactic-acid fermented vegetables such as cabbage in sauerkraut has been made for centuries as a way of preserving using the vegetable’s natural bacteria in its juices. Not only are fermented veggies far tastier than pickled cooked ones, they are extremely good for […]

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Ribollita

This sumptuous Italian soup comes together out of just a few veg (and a lot of simmering) and really can’t be beaten. Serves 6. 400g soaked and cooked borlotti beans (or a tin) 3 tbsp olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, chopped […]

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More suggestions for cabbage

Tierney suggests coleslaw: slicing our cabbages and mixing them with grated carrots and spring onions, slathered in mayonnaise and flavoured with a few caraway seeds. Bee has a whole list of suggestions: “The outer leaves can be steamed and then used as wraps for rice […]

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Pasta with bacon, cabbage and parmesan

Adele has a recipe for a quick and tasty pasta dish: “Dry fry some chopped bacon for a few mins until crispy, remove from pan. Fry red onion and finely shredded pointy cabbage in a little olive oil. Stir in bacon, salt and black pepper […]