Not only is cabbage a great choice because of its prebiotic fibre but also, it’s full of other great vitamins and minerals. Cabbage contains protein, fibre, Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Folate, Manganese, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium small amounts of Vitamin A, iron and riboflavin. An added bonus is that it is low in calories and contains some amazing antioxidants like Vitamin C and polyphenols which are great for decreasing inflammation.
So, how do you cook cabbage? One of the easiest and best ways to cook cabbage is just to put it in a frypan with some a plant-based spread (e.g., Nuttelex) and add a good amount of pepper. So tasty and pepper also brings in some more antioxidants and flavour. The Wombok cabbage is a great option for this as it’s a bit softer but all cabbages work with this simple recipe. This is a great side dish to any meal and quick and easy to make.