The chances are that once you've finished making a cabbage recipe, you're going to have some left over. Since there's nothing sadder than a leftover head of cabbage, we'll help you figure out what to do with the leftovers. All these recipes use less than a head of cabbage and should give you a different take on a versatile ingredient.
Like the idea of Asian cabbage but don't want the meat? This cabbage and mushroom stir-fry is exactly what you need to rid your fridge of unwanted cabbage and avoid the meat at the same time.
The perfect food for after St. Paddy's Day, take your leftover corned beef and your leftover cabbage, and drop them onto pizza.
Most people are familiar with Eastern European stuffed cabbage logs, which, though delicious, are a little dated. This Thai version features lemongrass and tofu and is anything but ordinary.
Another Asian take on cabbage rolls, these amp things up with ginger, soy sauce and lemon.
The short ribs are the star of this particular dish, but it's a good way to use some leftover cabbage, especially if you swap the premade coleslaw mix for shredded cabbage.
If you have leftover cabbage and didn't make coleslaw, here's your chance. The recipe calls for way less than a head of cabbage, so it still counts as leftovers!
With napa cabbage being present in so many Asian dishes, it's no wonder that plain red or green cabbage works so well in Asian food. While the cabbage is certainly great for crunch in these pitas, it's the sauce that brings this dish home.
Shrimp tacos get a crunchy boost with a mixture of shredded cabbage, carrots and radish.
Just skip the bag of slaw, and use your leftovers to top these mouthwatering pork tenderloin sandwiches.
Cabbage soup is shockingly delicious. You might end up buying cabbage just to make this dish.
Toss farro, dressing, cabbage and apples into a Mason jar for the perfect on-the-go lunch solution.
Here's a way to rid yourself of leftover cabbage and leftover corned beef in one fell swoop. All you need to do is turn that cabbage into slaw, find some tortillas, and you will be all set.
Replace the coleslaw mentioned in the recipe with an equal amount by weight of green or red cabbage. Then follow the recipe for an Asian treat that's full of flavor.
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