Dial-a-Cabbage Wedges

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Serves4-6 people
Vegans Gluten-free diets
Dial-a-Cabbage Wedges

This is one of our absolute favourite ways to cook up a cabbage. It’s so delicious. In fact, you may find yourself eating an entire cabbage on your own!

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  • 1 head of green cabbage, like Savoy
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 500ml veg or chicken stock
  • A good splash of olive oil or a little butter
  • Sea salt
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • A few sage or bay leaves (optional)

Amazing with bangers and mash.

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1. Preheat the oven to 200°C/Gas 6.
2. Cut your cabbage into quarters or about 6 chunky wedges. Slice through the knobbly stem and keep it in to ensure the wedges stay in tact. Crush the garlic cloves with the side of a knife. Remove the peel.
3. Warm your stock in a saucepan.
4. Sizzle the wedges in a large frying pan, with a little butter or oil, the garlic and a few sage or bay leaves, if you fancy. Season well. Once the cabbage wedges are lightly golden on each cut side, nestle them in a roasting tin, along with the garlic and herbs.
5. Pour the stock over. Pop in the oven to roast until the cabbage is nicely tender right the way through, 20-25mins.
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How did I get to the ripe age of 51 without ever roasting cabbage? Really delicious, from what was an unpromising looking piece of cabbage which had seen better days. As usual I failed to stick to the recipe exactly. I was in a hurry, so I skipped the first stage and just put it straight into the roasting pan. Will definitely return to this recipe again.


Never tried this before but absolutely loved it. Changed me from dreading cabbage in the veg box to hoping for it! Fantastic recipe.

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Absolutely love this recipe. I could eat it almost every day