Give your cabbage a face lift this Saint Patrick's Day with our Baked Cabbage With Bacon recipe! Wedges of cabbage are seasoned, oven roasted to tender perfection, then sprinkled with crumbled crispy bacon and fresh parsley leaves.
Tired of boiled cabbage that has no flavor? Boiled cabbage gets a bad rap on Saint Patrick's Day, especially when it gets compared to the flavorful corned beef and oh-so buttery potatoes that are on the same plate. Enter Baked Cabbage!
This year will be different with our Baked Cabbage Wedges! Everyone's Irish on Saint Patrick's Day and everyone will want to be Irish when they taste this easy oven roasted cabbage recipe!
Wedges of cabbage are brushed with olive oil and lightly seasoned with garlic powder, kosher salt and pepper. These wedges roast to tender perfection in the oven.
Finish them off with a sprinkling of crumbled crispy bacon and fresh parsley leaves and we are talking a whole lotta deliciousness.
Move over corned beef and potatoes, Roasted Cabbage Wedges are here!
Swirls of Flavor Recipe Tips
- Add sliced carrots
- Use turkey bacon
- Add chopped apple for a hint of sweetness
Is roasted cabbage healthy?
Yes, roasted cabbage is definitely healthy.
Half a cup of cooked cabbage contains one third of the amount of vitamin C that you need for an entire day.
Cabbage also provides:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin K
Is cabbage good for weight loss?
Cabbage is low in fat an high in fiber making it good for weight loss.
Ingredients you will need to make this recipe
- cabbage – traditional Irish vegetable
- olive oil – helps the cabbage to roast
- garlic powder- adds a savory flavor
- kosher salt
- bacon – adds crunch and flavor
- parsley – a bright fresh herb
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Wedges of cabbage are seasoned and oven roasted to tender perfection, then sprinkled with crumbled crispy bacon and fresh parsley leaves.
Preheat oven to 425F.
Cut cabbage into 6 wedges.
Arrange wedges on a baking sheet with shallow sides.
Brush all sides of wedges with olive oil and sprinkle with garlic powder, kosher salt and pepper.
Roast 45 minutes or until wedges are tender and golden brown on edges, turning once.
Sprinkle with crumbled bacon and parsley.
Swirls of Flavor Recipe Tips
- Add parsnips
- Make with turkey bacon
First Published: March 14, 2016... Last Updated: March 2, 2021