Cabbage and Cauliflower: 15 Fall Recipes!

Cabbage and Cauliflower: 15 Fall Recipes!

Both excellent in soups, stews, crockpots and in fresh salads, cabbage and cauliflower are two fall vegetables that deserve a second look. Some recipes spice it up with cumin and others are rich with additions like creamy blue cheese. These can't be missed! Keep reading for the 15 recipes that set these Autumn gems apart from the rest.

Cabbage Jambalaya: The addition of beef, pork, rice and veggies makes an excellent complete meal.

Cabbage Soup:
Great for those cold rainy days or those chilly days in Fall.

Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage: Not just for St. Patrick's Day:
It's also a hearty dish any other day of the year!

Polish Cabbage Rolls:
A mixture of beef and rice is rolled up in cabbage rolls and simmered with tomato juice.

Sweet and Sour Braised Red Cabbage with Apples:
All those earthy, tangy, sweet and spicy ingredients blend together into a rich, heady bouquet; meanwhile, the cabbage, which is coarse-textured and tastes slightly harsh when raw, becomes almost silken and is richly flavored.

Chinese Cabbage Salad:
Classic and truly crisp and delicious!

Stuffed Cabbage: This is a popular potluck dish that people always want seconds of.

High-Calcium Cabbage Bread:
Sneak some extra calcium and other nutrients into your diet with this healthy bread.

Cauliflower Macaroni Souffle:
This dish will impress your friends if it’s served well-risen, hot and golden brown!

Cauliflower Penne: Simple, clean and seasonal.

Blue Cheese and Cauliflower Soup: This turns you into a cauliflower believer!

Chicken and Cauliflower Risotto:
Many people are intimidated by the idea of risotto, but really it's just a lot of stirring and timing. Try this and impress your friends and family.

Cauliflower Salad: T
his is from a popular cafe in Helena, MT. It's very easy to make and very yummy!

Faux Hash Brown Casserole: Simple, tasty and good for you! How can you lose?

Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes:
Ready for a great low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes? This is the winner!


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