Make your meals more colorful with these purple cabbage recipes.
Whether it’s served raw, pickled, roasted, or braised, purple cabbage can be a really versatile and delicious vegetable.
Purple cabbage is also packed with vitamins and minerals. It’s a great source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin A.
This list of 23 purple cabbage recipes will add color and crunch to your meals and taste fantastic!
Most of these meals will even pass a picky-eater test.
This versatile vegetable can be used as a whole meal or a quick and easy side dish.
Let this list lead you on a colorful cabbage adventure.
I love this colorful variation of a classic coleslaw. This purple cabbage and carrot slaw is crunchy, creamy, and so tasty!
This slaw is far from boring with spicy and sweet flavors that are deliciously balanced. I love this slaw as a side with barbecued meats.
This is a takeout favorite you can now make at home. This might even become part of your regular meal rotation, it’s that good!
This recipe has tons of veggies. They’re crunchy and full of flavor. The chicken is nice and juicy and the scrambled eggs are perfectly fluffy.
The sauce is crazy good, too. Next time you feel like picking up the phone for Chinese takeout, just grab this recipe for a satisfying meal at home.
I’m a huge lover of Mexican food, and I really love a good fish taco. These tacos are stuffed with white fish that’s perfectly seasoned.
The slaw is a crunchy contrast to the soft fish. The creamy avocado dressing is nice and saucy, just the way I like my fish tacos.
For me, cabbage rolls are a comfort food. These are made with purple cabbage for a playful pop of color.
Stuff the cabbage leaves with a braised ground beef and rice mixture.
Then, add a tomato broth and place them on top of a bed of tangy and crunchy sauerkraut.
Cabbage is not usually a vegetable that I would choose to roast and serve, until now!
This roasted cabbage is similar to roasted Brussels sprouts.
The cabbage keeps a nice crunch and the edges of the leaves become caramelized and super tasty. This might be your new favorite side dish!
This is a really good recipe to make for toppings on so many dishes.
Pickled cabbage is technically a condiment and is used to add crunch and tang.
This cabbage is tart and slightly spicy. It would taste delicious on a bratwurst, burger, or even fish tacos!
This soup is a color that I have never seen in a soup before. But don’t let that scare you off.
This soup is vibrant and absolutely delicious. It’s packed with nutrients and has a wonderful creamy texture.
Kids will love this soup and they probably won’t even believe you when you tell them it’s made from veggies!
Purple cabbage salad is a light and delicious dish. It’s full of fresh and nutty flavors and is packed with antioxidants.
This is a really great side dish with burgers or barbeque. It’s also perfect for a light and fresh lunch.
You can also customize this recipe and add or subtract ingredients to your liking.
This sauerkraut recipe is quick to prepare and will leave you with jars of delicious kraut that you can use on so many dishes.
It’s also a gut-healthy food and is packed with vitamins C and K.
Add this beet and cabbage sauerkraut to sandwiches or tacos for a light crunch and tart flavor.
This side dish is one of my new favorites. It’s made of crunchy cabbage, apples, red onion, and bell peppers.
It’s sweet yet savory, tart, and super flavorful. Braised cabbage is a perfect compliment to a heavy dish like steak.
This slow-braised cabbage is cooked in the oven until it just melts. The cabbage becomes deliciously tender and then it’s topped with a yummy Gremolata.
Gremolata is an Italian herb sauce that provides a bright pop of flavor.
This is a Tuscan-inspired recipe that is definitely worth the extended cook time.
12. Fried Cabbage
This cabbage dish uses only a few ingredients and makes a fantastic side dish.
All you need is purple cabbage, bacon, apple cruiser vinegar, salt and pepper, and fresh parsley.
This is a really quick and easy side dish that tastes great with any meal!
I always say, I love a good sheet pan recipe. This one is not only clean-up friendly, it’s budget friendly, too.
But just because it’s inexpensive, doesn’t mean it’s short on flavor.
This is full of flavorful sausage and winter veggies. It’s a filling meal that will leave you satisfied.
This is a noodle bowl full of crunchy veggies and soba noodles. It’s all tossed in a flavorful peanut sauce that brings it all together.
This is a Thai-inspired vegan and gluten-free dish that everyone loves.
Since it’s served cold, this is basically and Thai pasta salad, and I’m totally here for it.
This is another dish made with Thai flavors. It’s packed with veggies like purple cabbage, snap peas, and carrots.
It’s a vegan salad that has a good amount of protein, thanks to the quinoa. This can be served as a meal or a side dish.
This soup packs a flavor punch! Hot and sour cabbage soup features flavors of ginger, scallions, and sesame oil.
Plus, ground meat of your choice makes it a surprisingly filling soup. This flavorful, spicy and tart soup is the perfect cold weather dish.
These “steaks” are a colorful and flavorful side dish that goes great with any meal. The cabbage becomes nice and tender in the oven.
Balsamic vinegar adds a delicious flavor that is a perfect match for the purple cabbage.
Pulled pork sandwiches are a lovely dinner option that’s both easy and delicious.
The pork is flavorful and succulent, while the cabbage adds a crunchy bite. It’s a match made in barbecue heaven.
These veggie pinwheels are a great lunch recipe for any picnic or packed lunch.
These veggies are rolled into a spinach tortilla wrap with a cream cheese ranch. They’re tastier than you’d think and a kid favorite!
Malouf means ”cabbage” in Arabic. This coleslaw variation is made with purple cabbage, fresh herbs, garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, and mint.
This is a great side dish for any meal and it’s surprisingly addicting.
This is a three-part recipe with different juice options to include more veggies in your diet.
These vibrant juices are jam-packed with fruit and veggies. This is an easy way to add a ton of vitamins and minerals to your daily intake.
22. Sushi Burrito
This sushi burrito is like a giant sushi roll. It’s also much easier to make since there’s no messy cutting involved.
I love the spicy salmon mixture in this recipe. And the cabbage adds a wonderful crunch.
You should definitely try this on-the-go sushi burrito.
This is a quick and healthy salad with lots of flavor.
Purple cabbage, bright red rashes, onion, and almost flakes are the main ingredients of this salad.
Then, it’s all tossed with a fantastic maple vinegar salad dressing.
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