Curry Cabbage

5.09

This quick and easy Curry Cabbage will be a sure hit! It is not only healthy but astonishingly full of flavor!

Curry Cabbage

Curry cabbage is another quick dish that I could prepare for my husband seven days a week and he would still be happy to eat. He usually enjoys it with brown rice or quinoa and a salad with avocados. So this afternoon as he went to pick up our daughter Devannah from work, I decided to surprise him with one of his favorite dishes. He also like my other curry dishes, Jamaican Spicy Curry Potatoes, Chickpea Curry with Quinoa, Thai Coconut Curry Tofu and Butternut Squash Curry.

Curry Cabbbage

Cabbage is packed with nutrients, a member of the cruciferous vegetable family known to prevent cancer. Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin C which provides anti-inflammatory benefits and protects coronary arteries from damage. Curry cabbage is also gluten-free, low in fat and allowed in phase 1 candida diet if carrots are omitted.

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Ingredients

For: 4 servings

Instructions

  1. Slice cabbage in 1 inch thick strips, set aside in a bowl.
  2. Heat oil in a large saucepan on medium high heat.
  3. Add onion and garlic and cook until is soft about 3 minutes stirring.
  4. Add coriander, turmeric, thyme, cumin, carrot, cabbage and stir. Add coconut milk, water and bring to a boil.
  5. Cover saucepan and reduce to a simmer and cook for about 20 minutes or until sauce thickens.
  6. Delicious served with brown rice or baked potatoes and a salad!

Recipe notes

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  1. Amy Katz from Veggies Save The Day

    I made this tonight, and it was fantastic! Everyone loved it. I will definitely be making it again!

    • Michelle Blackwood

      Thank you so much for your feedback Amy, so happy everyone loved it. So funny that I made it last night as well and served it with rice for my hubby and mac and cheese for my 8-year old and I was surprised how delicious it tasted with mac and cheese!

    • Michelle Blackwood

      You can substitute with vegetable broth or just blend a 1/4 cup of cashew or blanched almond nuts with water.

    5.09

    Thank you for this yummy recipe…I made some adjustments like adding more thyme, diced sweet potato and red pepper flakes……..OHMYGOODNESS!! thanks again

    5.09

    I am obsessing over the pictures of this. Going to make it tonight. Have a cold and think is exactly what I need. Might be delicious with some yellow potatoes too? Thanks for sharing.

    • Michelle Blackwood

      Hello Mariah, I hope you feel better soon, I hope you love my recipe, adding potatoes sound delicious!

  2. How many carrots did you use, and did you cook them along with the cabbage, or before and then add them? Looking forward to making this on the weekend :)

  3. Angela Broadway
    5.09

    I just made this dish and it’s amazing. The flavor profile from the spices and the coconut milk was insanely good. I made the dish in my pressure cooker which intensified the flavors also. I served the cabbage over jasmine rice. This will definitely be a go to recipe for me from now on. Thank you.

    5.09

    I made this for my meal prep for the week, served it over brown rice. It tasted good and was very filling.

  4. Hi Mi Chelle :>),
    I’m about to take the journey to prepare your curry cabbage. I will let you know how it goes…

    Rich…

  5. Hi Michelle!

    I am making this Curry Cabbage…but I noticed that you don’t use curry seasoning. Is this because the cumin, thyme, turmeric & corainder is what makes the curry seasoning? For some reason, I always thought that curry was a separate spice, a spice of it’s own. I hope I am making sense here… Thank you in advance for any help!

    Blessings,

    Diane

    • Michelle Blackwood

      Hello Diane, that’s exactly what I did, I broke down the spices because I wanted the recipe to come out exactly how I made it because no two curry powder formula are the same. Jamaican curry taste different from Thai curry and Indian curry if you get me

  6. Just discovered your website with these awesome recipes!! Thanks so much for sharing! Trying everything…well not everything, but feeling inspired!

    • Michelle Blackwood

      Welcome Donna, so happy to have you. Please enjoy and feel free to ask me any question!

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