Oven Roasted Cabbage ~ Tasty Vegetable Side Dish ~ Thanksgiving Dinner Idea ~ Noreen’s Kitchen


Hi everyone welcome back to my kitchen today I’m gonna share with you a super fast and easy and oh so delicious way to cook cabbage for just about any reason Cabbage, I think is an often overlooked vegetable I think people think it’s smelly and it doesn’t taste that great But if you know how to cook it the right way even if you’re not so much of a cabbage lover I bet you’ll like it this way, so let’s go see how we make oven roasted cabbage Today we’re gonna be making some oven roasted cabbage, and this is because I made a corned beef in the crock pot So that’s going the potatoes the carrots celery and a nice corn beef that I thought out from my freezer stock And I want to make cabbage to go along with it But I don’t want to steam it and I don’t want to throw it in the crock pot I want to cook the cabbage So that it has a nice pure full flavor and the best way to do that is to roast it So I preheated my oven to 375 degrees I got a small head of cabbage and you can see I’ve just kind of sliced it in about 1 inch thickness Depending I mean some of these It’s not rocket science. So don’t worry about it. Just cut into pieces. It’s you know it’s kind of can be kind of Scary to slice a cabbage like that especially if you’re not good with your knife It’s even scary for me, and I’ve been using a knife for a long time so just take your time and kind of run it along and Rotate the cabbage until you can cut through the center, and it should be fine I wouldn’t even worry too much because it’s all gonna get you know roasty And the edges are gonna get a little bit crisp and it’s gonna be delicious So really this is super simple all I’m gonna do is Grab my olive oil here and Don’t worry too much about it. Just toss it on here okay, and then Kind of get your hands in here And then we’re gonna just do the flip side Just kind of make sure that all the surfaces are covered With a little bit of olive oil then do the same on this side and again. Don’t worry too much about them falling apart That’s gonna happen and when you go to serve it you just do it with a set of tongs And then they’re gonna break up and people can take as much or as little as they like and then What we’re gonna do is We’re gonna do salt and pepper. I just have a little kosher salt and some pepper here We’re just gonna hit this Like so And you know you want to give cabbage a lot of flavor. I mean it has great flavor on its own, but I feel like Salt is cabbages friend just like salt is potato’s friend I’m gonna hit this with a little onion powder and garlic powder as well, maybe a teaspoon for the whole thing I’m just eyeballing things here, and this is really how I cook when I’m not with you guys, I just put things together and eyeball things a lot So we’re gonna go ahead and roast these in a 375-degree oven for about 30 minutes or until the cabbage is soft And it has a little bit of brownness to it and then when that’s done I’ll bring you back And I’ll show you what it looks like this was in the oven for just about a half an hour And you can see look these are crispity crunchity and they’re perfect now if you like it a little browner Then you can always break up the cabbage before you roast these off and you’ll get more Brown edges Like that and it’ll be great, but the way I’m gonna serve it tonight is I’m just gonna take my knife and cut these slices in half Then we’re just gonna break it up because Everybody can just grab however much cabbage they want and this I think is so much easier than steaming the cabbage And in a cumbersome pot of water plus When you steam it or boil it rather when you boil the cabbage I feel like All that good flavor and some of the nutrients actually get dumped down the drain in the cooking water, right Right this is the piece you really want This piece it’s hot but as a taste Wow is it really good is it like concentrated flavor right oh? My glove Maybe carriage chips, oh that hot new fad. That’s really delicious mmm Wow I am a cabbage lover anyway from the time I was a child and This is amazing just amazing Really are Put them back in the oven you could put it back in the oven To crisp up if you so chose, but we’re gonna eat this with our corned beef tonight. I have some potatoes and carrots it’s gonna be great a Lot easier to I feel than the traditional way of cooking the cabbage Which is in wedges in the cooking pot? No. Thank you This is just another way so I hope you give it a try I hope you liked today’s video, and if you did please consider giving me a thumbs up I would like to thank you very much for joining me today If you’re new to my kitchen welcome always a pleasure to welcome new friends I hope you will consider hitting the subscribe button and if you are a tried-and-true member of the Noreen’s kitchen family Please be sure and hit that Bell notification button because we don’t want anyone to miss out on all the real food for real people Real easy recipes that we present all the time right here on our YouTube channel and straight from our kitchen I hope you give this way of cooking cabbage in the oven roasting it until it’s brown and delicious a try And I hope you love it and until next time I’ll see ya go down below and have a look and if you Want one for Christmas be sure until Santa I hope you try it, and I hope you love it and until next time. I’ll see You

93 comments on “Oven Roasted Cabbage ~ Tasty Vegetable Side Dish ~ Thanksgiving Dinner Idea ~ Noreen’s Kitchen”

  1. Gypsy Gyz says:

    Was going to make cole slaw, but didn't realise was out of mayo, so going to do this instead with my cabbage. Also don't have onion or garlic powder, so will mince some fresh and spread over cabbage. Think I'll even roast the carrots along with the cabbage! It's going to be great! Thanks for this recipe at this exact point in time. I really enjoy your videos and especially watching your hands; I feel a warm and special joy because they remind me of my dear sweet Aunt's hands. She and my mom (her sister) are together in heaven.

  2. My Blind Mamas Messy Kitchen says:

    what a great idea. I never thought about roasting cabbage but I bet it is delicious.

  3. Deborha Smith says:

    Oh yes, this the way to eat it or in a seasoned cast iron skillet fried.

  4. Giggles Baby says:

    Lookz sooo good!

  5. Becky Skinner says:

    I LOVE cabbage.

  6. justmikey101 says:

    This is what I'm making for dinner tonight, I've never made it before but was going to do it exactly like you did with the same season blend so how lucky am I that you uploaded a video on it today. I'm a cabbage lover too so I cant wait to taste it cooked this way and I'll be sure to have several lose pieces for the crispy brownness

  7. Danny Dunnagan says:

    we love cabbage will try it . thanks

  8. Jessica M. says:

    I love cabbage. I’m from Hawaii and we have a dish called kalua pork and cabbage. It’s so delicious over rice. 🙂

  9. Peter Sarubbi says:

    Oh yes please🤗🤗🤗
    Love any kind of cabbage cooked any way…I roast all my veggies…love this idea…another home run Noreen☺☺☺👏👏👏

  10. Nannerchan says:

    I am slave to a cat too. I must go now and get my Masters dinner.

  11. Patty says:

    Yum, I making this tomorrow!

  12. cupcakepinup1 says:

    That looks so good !

  13. Terri­Beth Reed says:

    You could also do your potatoes, carrots & cabbage cooked in layers (like potatoes & take longer, so cook them til almost done, then add your cabbage, so their flavors marry & develope).

  14. Carol Zlab says:

    Great idea – I'm a big fan of cabbage too – never would have thought to do this.

  15. Meranda Chambers says:

    We LOVE cabbage! It's a regular side dish in our house.

  16. Rachal Nocchi says:

    I too have always loved cabbage. It reminds me of my grandma Abell, her mother, my great-grandma Bohardt immigrated to the United States from Belgium. She was actually born in Holland and I remember her sweet Dutch accent! 🙂 Cabbage was a mainstay in both homes, it brings me back to my childhood and eating at grandma Abell's house! I miss both sweet ladies so much.

  17. Jacque Hewko says:

    It's what's for dinner tonight, yummy!

  18. ray pinto says:

    My mother wold melt a slice of swiss cheese on top and leave the slices whole.

  19. Kiersten Paimli says:

    Yay thanksgiving dinner ideas!😃

  20. Lisa Lynn says:

    Looks like a great easy recipe. I needed another cabbage recipe. I only have 2….now 3 🙂

  21. Sheila Hubbard says:

    Wow, that looks delish! That's a Must Try.
    And thanks for changing your opening music! …It's been awhile since I've visited.

  22. Kathy Morrison says:

    Yummy! Thank you!

  23. Donna Smalley says:

    Omgoodness… Mind blown gonna try it tomorrow tyfs

  24. Karen Storm says:

    Thanks Noreen for this great fall recipe! You da bomb lol

  25. Brenda Dickens says:

    i love on the grill to with onions and bacon, butter wrapped in foil oh my yes

  26. Myob Nosy says:

    Frying it up in bacon grease is good too )

  27. Backroad Bounty says:

    This recipe tastes even more amazing with Avocado Oil too.

  28. Cheryl Tyler says:

    Yummy!!!!!

  29. julee nave says:

    Teenie the cat loves your videos!!! I am a slave to my cats too! They are the boss of my house. I dont even try to pretend they arnt. I think they just allow me to live here! Hahahahahahaha! Love this side dish. Looks super yummy!

  30. Azalea Acres says:

    Cabbage Steaks. Love them.

  31. Janine Gober says:

    To me roasting is the ideal way to cook so many veggies! This looks really looks delicious!

  32. Deborah Daniels says:

    Wow looks delicious

  33. Smita Bhattacharyya says:

    that looks delish:) will try!!!:)

  34. PHILLIPS FamBam says:

    Mmmmmm! Looks so good! Totally true about it being cooked the right way!

  35. Bo Sutton says:

    I have never roasted cabbage…but it looks wonderful….and it looks like it was a big hit with fingers ;0)

  36. Amanda Edwards says:

    Hi, Noreen! Love your channel. Been watching for a while now! Just have a tip for your viewers who don't have a great knife skills (or even if they do!) Cut a little bit of cabbage (either from one side or a little more off the bottom) to make the cabbage flat (at least a bigger area of flatness, as I never find the core side very stable.) It will give the thing more stability, making it easier and more safe to cut. (In any circumstances.)

  37. Jean Henson says:

    I usually fry my cabbage in a little oil and onions. But roasting looks wonderful! I also wrap in foil for grill.

  38. Cat Lover says:

    I love cabbage when it is not mush.  I wish I could get my husband to eat it!  I buy a had and cook half and freeze half.  What a great recipe!  Simple and easy.  YUM!!

  39. Alli's All About the Dog says:

    This is exactly how I cook cabbage I put alot of garlic powder a d pepper and olive oil on

  40. Cheryl Sigler says:

    Iove frying cabbage, BUT I GOTTA SAY this changes it to a Super Easy way of cooking this . And Yes* I would cook more, lol . After watching you two enjoying the carmalized pieces , lol I want to enjoy more darker pieces too.

    THANKS so much for sharing, with my counter oven I can totally do this on the side , without my wall oven on holidays and EASY PEASEY AND EADY CLEAN UP. BRILLIANT***

  41. Lisa Booker says:

    I think this will be a perfect side with Christmas ham! Yum! Cabbage is LOVED by everyone in my family and I've never roasted it. I did grill it once and that was yummy. Thanks for the great idea! God Bless. ~Lisa

  42. Terra Ranch says:

    Brilliant and Yummy! I've got to do this. Great video, as always.

  43. Chris B says:

    Ilove cabbage this way!! Thanks for sharing! Peace and blessings.

  44. sunshinetsb1 says:

    Love cabbage. I have got to do this. Hubby will eat cole slaw but not this. He's absolutely a nightmare to cook for.

  45. Sheila Martinez says:

    Love cabbage. I will have to try this.

  46. Grape TomatoGirl says:

    ~Noreen, this looks delicious! Thank you for the suggestion of breaking the cabbage up before putting them in the oven to get more crispy pieces! I may do half & half- I'm extending my husbands 'Thank yous' in advance, lol. He loves crispy-pieces anything!
    Also, I just picked up some of the World Market Olive Oil today, and, I always have a lot of cabbage on hand. I will make this over the weekend. It's just been too hot out here in San Diego to run the oven these past couple of days ':,(
    Blessing~

    p.s.
    I make rice at least three time a week. Every time I pour the salt into the water I here you say, 'Rice and potatoes are best friends with salt.", and, when I'm stirring my rice into the boiling water: "make sure EVERYbody is in that water and oil party."
    Lol.
    Thank you for keeping me company in the kitchen while I'm cooking 🙂

  47. Carolyn Rigney says:

    Roasting is magic for veggies.

  48. Mark Martin says:

    Mmmm! 👍

  49. Molly Smith says:

    Thank you for sharing a veggie side dish! I'm the only one who will eat this but it looks too delicious to pass. I think I'll hit mine with a few minutes under the broiler at the end for more brown edges. Thank you, Noreen!

  50. Nancy Coy says:

    Love it!

  51. Diane Linch says:

    OMG!! I looked for the warning, but didn't see it. Should have known it would look delicious! I am going to be dreaming of cabbage all night!!

  52. His Grace Is Sufficient says:

    Thanks, Noreen! I'm going to try this method soon.

  53. Elizabeth Garvey says:

    Thank you so much for giving me an idea of what to do w cabbage I got for free at work. I work at a very well known 'organic', 'whole' grocery store and I received a head of cabbage for free at work tonight since it was on markdown, this looks delicious and I can't wait to try it

  54. Halfhearted Homestead says:

    Gonna do this tomorrow night, thanks Noreen.

  55. marie Savino says:

    I do this method with Halved Brussel sprouts. So yummy! thank you Noreen 🙂

  56. Pretty Noona says:

    I am a Cabbage lover, I am going to roast it next time…. thank you Noreen =)

  57. Pat's Kozy Kitchen says:

    Beautiful!!!!!! I want cabbage just like this!!! ❤️

  58. TheWolfePit says:

    I SERIOUSLY LOVE YOU NOREEN! (sorry Rick) Give me cabbage anyway you can give it to me, but this looks amazingly DELICIOUS!

  59. Momma K says:

    I'm going to try this this weekend. It looks yummy!

  60. Alice Hagan says:

    A must try! I love cabbage and when you guys were tasting, I was right there with you!

  61. Josie Tucker says:

    Yum can't wait to try it this way!

  62. Mare's Okey-Dokey Homestead says:

    Great as always! Hope your day is going good!

  63. Brenda Green says:

    Looks very delicious I will give it a try Tfs!👍😍

  64. Robin Peters says:

    Love this!! Great as always. Thanks for sharing!!

  65. Kim Bowen says:

    Looks Yummy! a must try

  66. Bryan Chase says:

    Noreen, I may have asked this before, but have you ever grilled cabbage?

  67. mstyblu379 says:

    Hi Noreen, just wanted to tell you that last night I made your cauliflower Augratin to go with our home made fried chicken, mashed potatoes n gravy and OMG…tho it was delish…I think we all must have gotten cauliflower gas…lol Whoa…couldn't wait to get up today to open n air out the house..lol Just thought I'd share that little bit of info with ya.. Take care n be safe. Gloria

  68. Juggling Balance says:

    Oh I love cabbage steaks! We follow your recipe except onion and garlic powder- which I am so going to do now!! I also roasted Lemons with mine then squeezed them on the cabbage before serving. Oh and your right! The dark browned leaves are the absolute best part! Kinda like a marshmallow.. sorry but you light that puppy on fire blow it out and oh boy it’s delish! 😂 love your video as usual! I would sub again if I could- but I’m a tried and true Noreen’s Kitchen fan- I hit that bell over a year ago! Thanks Noreen!

  69. Norma Mason says:

    I will definitely try this the next time I cook cabbage. I also have a fried version with bacon, onions and chopped apples that is really good.

  70. Virginia Blair says:

    I love cabbage roasted. Some people do cabbage this way; but, instead of breaking it up they leave it round and put cheese on it. They call it a poor man steak. Just thought I would share that with you. Have a good day.

  71. slotortoise61 says:

    Haha the craziest thing happened late last night, Noreen!!! I was watching Jon Townsend doing a Q&A and he read a comment that you made about his sweet Ivy and the strawberry tarts!!! I woke up w a craving for cabbage…no lie…and here you are!!!! This one looks SO good!!!!

  72. Katherine Bryan says:

    OH man. I want! I'm most definitely gonna make this.

  73. Jody Paxton says:

    Cabbage looks so good Noreen.

  74. Alicia Hart says:

    I was looking for an alternative way to cook cabbage so we don't need to use season meat. I definitely want to try this!

  75. Sunny Buckeye says:

    Oh My! Noreen, this was a big hit with me but the rest of my family/friends were horrified at the very thought. Like you I grew up eating and loving cabbage and sauerkraut…in my case, an Austrian mother cooked it often but not sure she ever roasted it. Your recipe/video was spot on and the charred bits? to DIE for! Kudos and TY TY TY

  76. kstari says:

    I made this and just as it finished roasting I threw some ham pieces in to heat up. So very delicious!

  77. Debbie M says:

    Looks so good! Never thought of roasting cabbage before – and those crispy bits – yummo! Subscribed.

  78. judy wilson says:

    I'm going to try this for Thanks Giving!! Thank-You

  79. Just Me says:

    That looks SOOOO good and easy to do! Never thought of this! THANKS!

  80. Katherine Bryan says:

    Ok. I said I was going to make this and I did. I got a gorgeous cabbage at the farmer's mkt on Sat. So beautiful. Last night I made this. I grilled some hot Italian turkey sausages and made some mashed potatoes. Oh my gosh!!!! What a delicious meal. I cannot believe how much flavor roasted cabbage has. I live alone so I almost ate 3/4 of a head of cabbage! I made it exactly like this… I can't wait to make it again! Noreen….you are the cook I aspire to be!

  81. TheBicycleLady says:

    I made mine with the air fryer–I put a round rack on top of the cabbage so there would be no way any cabbage could fly around due to the air. It was so good with all the crispy bits

  82. Evelyn Hayward says:

    Have you ever added onions to it when roasting the cabbage? I bet that would be so good.

  83. Dana Michigan says:

    I'm normally not a fan of roasted vegetables – but I LOVE roasted cabbage! We also make creamed cabbage! Boil the cabbage (or sautee it – however you like it) and then either make a cream sauce (basic white sauce) or cheat and cover with cream of mushroom soup cut with either half & half or heavy cream.

  84. Deb N says:

    I make cabbage like this. The only difference is that I sprinkle fennel seed over the top and then roast it. It's fantastic (if you like fennel seed).

  85. Species710 says:

    Just FYI, your Community Guidelines link is incorrect. Of coarse I found it anyway but if you are copy and pasting it, I thought I'd let you know it needs fixing.

  86. Lexie Hennessy says:

    is the core still in there? Im awful at cutting cabbage

  87. robin duncan says:

    Thanks Noreen!!👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽. This is sooo much easier than how my Mom prepared cabbage. I’m trying to eat healthier as I get older. ❤️❤️. Can’t wait to try it!!!

  88. Jodi Escarcega says:

    Fresh garlic is always better

  89. Kim Galla says:

    I'm thinking…grilled kolbasz with this on toasted rolls…

  90. Becky Skinner says:

    Oh yum! I fry mine with bacon

  91. Bowlegg41 Smith says:

    Definitely gonna try this

  92. Pam Hall says:

    I can’t wait to try this. Have never thought of baking it. Thank you.

  93. Editha Lim Eichen says:

    Wow looks good!
    I have not tried yet but I will this new recepe for me😍

  94. Dan Tana says:

    love this! and the next time I roast cabbage I'm going to do what a friend suggested- she said that just as it's getting done, have your grill ready and put those slices on the grill for a few minutes….bet it crisps them up even more..

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