Easy Vegan Cabbage Recipes | Pasta, Rolls & Soup


Try these easy vegan cabbage recipes that are hearty, nutritious, and a wonderful way to use cabbage.

I share with you three different recipes. A quick and easy cabbage pasta, filling cabbage rolls in a tomato sauce, and a recipe with a twist at the end to make a delicious, hearty cabbage soup.


3-Ingredient Cabbage Pasta:
Vegan Cabbage Rolls in Tomato Sauce:

Vegan Cabbage Soup Recipe:
1. Use the equivalent of three cabbage rolls in filling and cabbage.
2. Chop up the cabbage rolls and add them back to the pot where you have some of the cabbage and tomato sauce from before. If you don’t have that, add ½ a can (200g/7oz), diced tomatoes, and around 2 cups of shredded cabbage.
3. Add 1 can (425g/15oz) of kidney beans that have been drained and rinsed.
4. Add 1 tsp of dried rosemary and salt to taste.
5. Add just enough cabbage water, water, or vegetable stock to cover the ingredients and place the lid on and cook on low for 20 minutes.
6. Take the lid off and give it a good stir. Cook for another 10 minutes.
Buon appetite!


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  1. These cabbage rolls were amazing! I love cooking them on the stove and not in the oven. I've been making these for years but your tips really took them up a notch. Thanks so much! I love your techniques and the money saving is wonderful.

  2. Just found your channel while searching YT for vegan cabbage recipes. A relative is changing their diet for health reasons. This vid is so well done, great camera work and instructions. I made a braised cabbage dish a couple days ago, from a recipe from Helen Rennie. It used cannellini beans and tomatoes. I figured I should eat more cabbage, since it's SO affordable and versatile, AND good for you. Do I detect an Aussie accent?