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Roasted Savoy Cabbage with Black Bean-Garlic Sauce

March/April 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Roasting cabbage brings out its rich, nutty flavor. We think Savoy is particularly beautiful, but green cabbage works as well.



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"Wow - this was fabulous! I also used napa cabbage and garlic scapes from my CSA - great use of the scapes. The only modifications I made were to use black bean sauce with no garlic (because that's what I had, and the scapes added a nice...
Roasted Savoy Cabbage with Black Bean-Garlic Sauce Recipe

11 Reviews for Roasted Savoy Cabbage with Black Bean-Garlic Sauce

07/29/2013
Anonymous

This recipe has great flavor but the result would be more desireable if the cabbage leaves were cut into 1" squares not the cabbage. The big tough chunks were not good but the single leaves were very flavorful and edible. I probably should have left the cabbage in the oven longer too.

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06/26/2013

I made this last week using local green cabbage that seemed a little tougher than savoy. I was wary about the oven temp being so high, so I checked on it frequently and gave it a good toss with some tongs every few minutes. It came out perfectly crisp tender and full of flavor. My boyfriend's been raving about it so I'm making it again tonight.

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02/16/2013
Anonymous
Roast at 500 F

Carcinogen ----> cancer (unfortunately)

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03/03/2012
Anonymous
500F - are you sure?

I think 500F might be a just a little warm - I ended up with a lot of the cabbage black and inedible (I just happen to have a thermocouple thermometer with me - so I know my oven in accurate - I ran it at 250C (max) which is 480F)

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08/16/2011
Great Cabbage dish

Yum and easy! Roasted mine on the charcoal grill w/smoking chips - nice smoky flavour resulted. Served it with whole wheat angel hair pasta rather than meat.

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