Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds - The Produce Moms

Dijon roasted cabbage wedges with caraway seeds will have you looking at cabbage in a whole new light! Cabbage is an affordable veggie that’s often overlooked or only pulled out on New Year’s and St. Patrick’s Day. But it has a lot to offer in both flavor and nutrition and this recipe will prove it!

Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds

Just about every vegetable tastes great when roasted and cabbage is no exception. The outer leaves get crispy while the inside stays buttery and soft. Add a Dijon and caraway sauce and your tastebuds will be singing!

Produce Moms Tip: If your little ones are anti-vegetable, try roasting them! Roasted veggies are almost always more palatable to kiddos than when prepared using other methods.

Cabbage Nutrition

Cabbage packs a punch when it comes to nutrients. And given how affordable it is, it makes healthy eating accessible to families on a tight budget.

Just half a cup of cooked cabbage will provide you with a third of the daily recommended dose of vitamin C. But it’s not just vitamin C that you’ll get from it. It’s also a good source of vitamins A and K, potassium, folate, iron, and fiber.

Cabbage is cholesterol-free, fat-free, low-calorie, and low-sodium. You can always feel good about enjoying cabbage!

Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds

How to Make Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds

This is an easy, no-fuss recipe perfect when you need a quick weeknight side dish. Begin by preheating your oven and quartering the cabbage into wedges.

Next, whisk together Dijon mustard, avocado oil, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and caraway seeds. Brush the Dijon sauce on all sides of each cabbage wedge and place on a lined baking sheet.

Cover the cabbage with aluminum foil and bake for thirty minutes. After thirty minutes, remove the foil and bake for another ten to fifteen minutes. The cabbage leaves will begin to brown on the edges. This is your cue to remove it from the oven. You can drizzle more of the Dijon sauce on the outside of the cabbage before serving or not — either way is delicious!

Serve your roasted cabbage with pork chops, roasted chicken, grilled sausages, or veggie burgers. It goes with just about anything!

Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds

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Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds
Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds
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Rating: 3.19
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Course Side Dishes
Cuisine Gluten-Free, Kid-Friendly, Vegetarian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
  • 2 heads cabbage quartered
  • 2 tbsp dijon mustard
  • 4 tbsp avocado oil
  • 2 cloves garlic minced
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tsp caraway seeds
Course Side Dishes
Cuisine Gluten-Free, Kid-Friendly, Vegetarian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
  • 2 heads cabbage quartered
  • 2 tbsp dijon mustard
  • 4 tbsp avocado oil
  • 2 cloves garlic minced
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tsp caraway seeds
Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds
Votes: 36
Rating: 3.19
You:
Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 435 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone mat and set it aside.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk together oil, mustard, garlic, salt, pepper, and caraway seeds. Brush cabbage quarters with the mustard mixture on all sides.
  3. Place cabbage on a prepared baking sheet and bake covered in foil for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, uncover the cabbage and bake for an additional 10-15 minutes or until the cabbage begins to brown.

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Dijon Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caraway Seeds

Author: Lori Taylor

Lori Taylor is the Founder & CEO of The Produce Moms. For ten years she sold fresh produce to over 300 grocery stores throughout the United States, and today she is fully focused on working with the produce supply chain, media, and government to increase fresh produce access & consumption in the US and around the globe. Connect with Lori on LinkedIn.

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