20 Amazing Vegan Cabbage Recipes

This amazing collection of 20 Amazing Vegan Cabbage Recipes is the most delicious, hearty, and healthy recipe that you can find.

20 Amazing Vegan Cabbage Recipes

Saint Patrick’s Day is coming soon, cabbage is plenty in the stores and they are selling for a great price in most supermarkets here in Florida.

Our neighbors are gifting us plenty from their garden, more than you could imagine, and guess what, I really don’t mind because I love cabbage and it is so good for our health.

You might be pulling your hair wondering what you can prepare with cabbage. Don’t worry because we have you covered with lots of yummy recipes that you would never dream of making.

Cabbage belongs to the cruciferous vegetables, some others are

  1. Brussel’s Sprouts – Check out my Maple Roasted Brussel’s Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes
  2. Cauliflower – Check out my Gluten-Free Vegan Cauliflower Hash Browns
  3. Collard Greens – Check out my Vegan Southern-Style Collard Greens 
  4. Turnips – Check out my Vegan Southern Mixed Greens using turnip greens
  5. Kale – Check out my Thai Kale Salad with Creamy Peanut Dressing
  6. Chinese Broccoli
  7. Chinese Cabbage
  8. Daikon
  9. Watercress
  10. Broccoli – Check out my Broccoli Fritters recipe.

They are surprisingly very good for one’s health. Some of the benefits of cruciferous vegetables are:

  1. Depression Relief
  2. Pain Relief
  3. Heart Protection
  4. Antioxidants
  5. Diabetes
  6. Anti-Cancer
  7. Anti-inflammatory

How To Cut Cabbage

  • 1 Remove Damaged outer leaves
  • 2 Wash Cabbage under cold running water, dry.
  • 3 Cut the cabbage in half with the core side down from top to bottom, and apply pressure at the top of the knife.
  • 4 Cut cabbage halves into two.
  • 5 Hold the cabbage wedge with your fingers and start cutting it into strips. or chopping.
  • 6 Place cabbage in water, and add about 1 teaspoon of salt. Let it soak for a minute.
  • 7 Pour cabbage strips into a colander and rinse under cold running water. Drain cabbage.

Below are many wonderful recipes featuring 20 Amazing Vegan Cabbage Recipes, I collaborated with fellow bloggers to put together this awesome list which includes: soups, salads, mains, and sides.

20 Amazing Vegan Cabbage Recipes


Cabbage Curry In a Blue Bowl

Photo Credit: Healthier Steps


Quinoa and Lentil Cabbage Roll Soup

Photo Credit: Connoisseurus Veg

3 – Vegan Kimchi Stew

Vegan Kimchi Stew

Photo Credit: Cilantro and Citronella

4 – Traditional Cabbage And Mushroom Croquettes

Traditional Cabbage And Mushroom Croquettes

Photo Credit: Anna Banana

5 – Instant Pot Borscht 

Instant Pot Borscht

Photo Credit: Imagelicious

6 – Vegan Summer Rolls with Dipping Sauce

Vegan Summer Rolls With Dipping Sauce two ways

Photo Credits: Lauren Caris Cooks

7 – Cabbage Dumplings in Gravy

Curry Dumplings with Gravy

Photo Credit: Healthier Steps

8 – The Best German Sauerkraut You Will Ever Eat!

The Best German Sauerkraut Recipe

Photo Credits: Earth Food And Fire

9 – Napa Cabbage Stir Fry With Salt And Pepper Tofu

Napa Cabbage Stir Fry With Salt And Pepper Tofu

10 – Kobichi Vadi/Steamed Cabbage Cakes

Kobichi Vadi/Steamed Cabbage Cakes

Photo Credits: Cookilicious

11 – Red Cabbage Orange Salad

Red Cabbage Orange Salad

Photo Credit: Occasionally Eggs

12 – Roasted Red Cabbage

Roasted Red Cabbage

Photo Credit: Recipes From A Pantry

13 – Cabbage And Potato Sabji

Cabbage And Potato Sabji

Photo Credits: JCooking Odyssey

14 – Vegan Southern Fried Cabbage

Vegan Southern Fried Cabbage

Photo Credit: Healthier Steps

15 – Vegan Tomato Turmeric Cabbage Stew

Vegan Tomato Turmeric Cabbage Stew

Photo Credit: Cooking On The Weekends

16 – Vegan Haluski (Cabbage Noodles) With Smoky Tofu

Vegan Haluski

Photo Credit: Connoisseurus Veg

17 – Kale Stir Fry With Crispy Curried Tofu

Kale Stir Fry with Crispy Curried Tofu

Photo Credit: Lauren Caris Cooks

18 – Cabbage Potato Curry

Potato Cabbage Curry

Photo Credit: Rhian’s Recipes

Roasted Cabbage Steaks

Roasted Cabbage Steaks

Photo Credit: Healthier Steps

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  1. Hi chef Michelle I made the Vegan Cabbage and Sausage recipe for this weekend. I followed your recipe as written except for the “heat” 🌶 I did double it, good thing I did. It was a HIT !! I also made your Chick Pea Stew some time ago for a Pot Luck at church. That also was a hit 😋. I’m looking for other recipes to try. Thanks for sharing your recipes

    1. Hello Mable, I’m so happy everyone enjoyed it. Thank you very much for trying my recipes, I really appreciate your feedback.

  2. Why would I when it’s so easy to add a vegetable to rice while it cooks? And Brussels sprouts make a really good (and healthy) addition. They are a cruciferous vegetable that can protect you against cancer and heart disease.

  3. A whole lotta cabbage and green onion are the base, but from there you can customize it ‘however you like it’. Replace some of the cabbage with whatever interesting bits you can find in your fridge: shredded carrots or radish, shaved sweet red pepper, bean sprouts, crunchy bits of water chestnuts, chopped herbs, sunflower or pumpkin seeds, bits of leftover cooked meat, sausage, or bacon, or chopped raw shrimp (don’t use other meats raw, as they won’t cook in time).

  4. Hi Joyce, First off, I”m really sorry your family is going through a similar situation, but am so grateful to know that we are not alone in all of the challenges we”re facing. It truly does help to know that others are in the next phase of recovery and doing well with it. Pete is not in the car business (Ha!) but he”s about as Type A personality and high strung as they come, bless his heart. I already see a few changes in him in that department this week though, which makes me happy. Thank you so much for sharing your story and for the food tips as well! With conflicting diets for the diabetes and the heart disease, it”s a bit confusing(and scary) to know what all he should and shouldn”t eat. But the doctor recommended the “Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Diet book as a good guideline for his situation. I”ll have to look into Sprouts and Whole Foods for some food options going forwardthank you for that! Thank you for your prayers, Joyce! I”ll be keeping your family in my prayers as well! January

  5. Wow!!! There are sooo many great and delicious recipes in here! I can’t wait to try some of them out! And thank you so much for including my recipe.

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