Are you ready to take your cabbage game to the next level? Get ready to experience a burst of flavour with our sensational Roasted Miso Cabbage recipe! With its tantalising aroma and perfectly caramelised edges, this dish will surely be a showstopper on your dinner table.
Prepare to be amazed as the umami-rich miso glaze transforms humble cabbage into a culinary masterpiece. Get your taste buds ready for a delightful journey of textures and tastes as we guide you through this simple yet extraordinary recipe. Let’s dive into the world of roasted miso cabbage and elevate your vegetable game to new heights!
Nutritional facts about cabbage:
- Cabbage is low in calories and high in essential nutrients, making it a healthy addition to your diet.
- It is an excellent source of dietary fiber, which aids in digestion and promotes a healthy digestive system.
- Cabbage is rich in vitamin C, providing a significant portion of your daily recommended intake. Vitamin C is essential for immune function and collagen synthesis.
- It contains vitamin K, which plays a crucial role in blood clotting and bone health.
- Cabbage is a good source of folate, a B-vitamin that is important for cell growth and development, especially during pregnancy.
- It also contains small amounts of minerals like potassium, calcium, and magnesium.
Miso Cabbage (Roasted)
- 1 roasting tray
- Piece grease proof paper
- 1 cup for mixing
- 1 table spoon or measuring spoons
- 1 teaspoon
- 1/4 Pointed cabbage
- 1 tsp Miso paste
- 1 tbsp Butter room temperature
- First quarter your cabbage
- Grab a small cup and add your miso and butter
- Mix together and then smear all over the cabbage
- place in 180 degree oven for 30 minutes. Place parchment paper on roasting tray then the cabbage. Check with a knife to see if cooked (there should be very little resistance at the thickest part)
If you like cabbage and want some variety then try this Spiced Sautéed Cabbage
Happiest in the kitchen feeding the 3 children who are constantly hungry. Lucky enough to have worked in a Pro kitchen on a voluntary basis to learn the tricks of the trade.. Buckinghams The restaurant with one Table. With Chef Nick Buckingham.(RIP)