Cheesy Baked Cabbage Steaks

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Cheesy Baked Cabbage Steaks
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Cheesy Baked cabbage Steaks - #cabbage #steak #recipe #eatwell101 - Make these baked cheesy cabbage steaks for a vegetarian meal or a versatile side for any main course!

These Cheesy Roasted Cabbage Steaks are so easy and delicious – The perfect crisp-tender and delicious vegetarian recipe for a simple and quick dinner. Made with a handful of ingredients, this simple recipe for cabbage steaks makes a flavorful vegetarian entree or side that you’ll make again and again!

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Ingredients list for the Cheesy Baked Cabbage Steaks

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How to make Cheesy Baked Cabbage Steaks

The key in this roasted cabbage steaks recipe is to slice the head of the cabbage into thick pieces so it can hold a lot of seasoning and cheese. Usually, a whole cabbage head will yield 4 or 5 steaks that hold pretty well together. Don’t try to cut the core out – if you do, the wedges will fall apart.

Once we cut thick cabbage slices, we season them with olive oil, salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, garlic, paprika, and parmesan before roasting them. This allows the cabbage to get a little browned with crispy edges. 

Then we top cabbage with mozzarella and parmesan before broiling until bubbly. Simple!

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1. To make the roasted cabbage steaks: Preheat your oven to 425°F (225ºC). Combine olive oil, garlic, paprika, salt, pepper, 1/3 of the parmesan, and Italian seasoning in a small bowl. Arrange cabbage slices in a single layer on a rimmed baking sheet and brush with the mixture.

2. Roast the cabbage steaks until tender and golden, about 20 minutes. Remove cabbage from the oven and top each cabbage steak with shredded mozzarella and another 1/3 of the Parmesan.

3. Switch your oven to broil mode and broil cabbage steaks until the cheese is bubbly and golden for about 3 minutes. Serve the cheesy roasted cabbage steaks sprinkled with remaining Parmesan, chopped parsley, and red pepper flakes. Enjoy! ❤️ 

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Tips for the roasted cabbage steaks recipe

  • When buying green cabbage for this recipe, ensure it is fresh and crisp. Look for a cabbage head that is compact and feels heavy for its size. It means the cabbage slices will hold better. You could also try this cabbage recipe with savoy cabbage, but the leaves tend to go off pretty easily.
  • This cabbage steak recipe is a naturally vegetarian main course.
  • Try adding onion powder, garlic powder, or fresh garlic to the sauce.
  • Feel free to use fresh mozzarella slices instead of shredded ones.
  • Any melting cheese will work in this roasted cabbage steak recipe instead of mozzarella. Experiment with Gruyère, a 4-cheese blend, or even mix in some feta!

What to serve with cabbage steaks

To keep these roasted cabbage steaks low-carb and vegetarian, we recommend serving them with a crisp green salad on the side. As a side dish, enjoy baked cabbage steaks with chicken, steak, smoked sausage, or even roasted white fish.

What to do with cabbage steaks leftovers?

You can keep the cabbage steaks leftovers for 2 days in an airtight container in your refrigerator. Reheat in the oven for 10 minutes.

Is roasted cabbage healthy?

You bet! Cabbage gives you plenty of fiber, folate, potassium, magnesium, vitamins C, A, K, and more. If you’re counting calories, cut the amount of cheese in this recipe.

How long should cabbage cook?

How long to roast cabbage depends on how you want it: melt-in-your-mouth-tender or crisp-tender? The more you cook the cabbage, the softer the wedges will become. We count about 30 minutes for crisp-tender, but around 20 minutes could work fine.

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