Roasted red cabbage is a delicious side dish for your weekday meals or Sunday roast. It’s easy to prepare, and very affordable!
Welcome back to the blog everybody! Today I’ll be sharing a fantastic recipe for roasted red cabbage, you can find it down below 🙂 But first I’ll share my usual stories!
As you may have guessed from the subtitle: this story is about kitty troubles. While I’ve mentioned our furry lady before, Noes, I should tell you that she’s also known as foodbloggerscat on Instagram… 😉 While I’m working on my blogs today, she’s breaking down the house!
What’s going on? Apparently, in English it’s called cat in heat. Our little lady is reaching adulthood now, which means that there’s one thing on her mind: MAKING BABIES! And since we don’t have a baby daddy for her, she’s constantly screaming at the top of her lungs to attract one.
Seriously, it’s like she’s possessed by a demon. She makes this sound that sounds almost like a dinosaur, and she’s crawling and rolling around the floor as if, well, she’s possessed. It’s kind of funny but also slightly… terrifying.
This is also the main reason why I haven’t been able to film my latest coffee vlog yet: there’s simply too much noise to film! She can sleep for 90% of the day and then right when I have to make an important call she’ll wake up and start screaming for baby daddies, so I’m not even going to bother trying to vlog.
Oh, talking about coffee vlogs: have you seen my latest one?
Roasted red cabbage
Let’s get started with this recipe, shall we?! I’m mad about roasted vegetables, which is pretty obvious from my site… And this recipe is one of my new favourites!
While it’s perfectly fine to roast the cabbage as slices, you can also simply chop the red cabbage in smaller pieces. This will make the texture more crunchy!
Normally, I don’t cook red cabbage all that often. However, I really think it’s such a great vegetable: it’s cheap, simple to prepare, delicious and can be stored for quite a while in the fridge!Roasted red cabbage: it's cheap, simple and super delicious!Click To Tweet
Are you excited about roasted red cabbage? I hope you are, see you next time!
- Red cabbage, 1/4
- Shallots, 2
- Olive oil
- Sea salt
- Herbs, optional
- Preheat the oven to 190 degrees Celsius.
- Cut the cabbage into slices of about 1 cm thick, and place on an oven rack lined with baking parchment.
- Sprinkle both sides with olive oil and some salt, and place in the oven for around 40 minutes*.
- *: you can keep the cabbage slices whole, which will result into tender cabbage, or mixed up: this will ensure a more crispy end result.