There is something soul-soothing about making a warming winter meal while the wind blows and the snow falls (anyone else have snow yet?). Growing up, we had soup every day, usually to end the meal. Today, though, I enjoy soup on its own as a meal in itself. This cabbage soup is an economical meal that provides a bounty of nutrients.
Cabbage is a great source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, and a range of vitamins. Cabbage is part of the cruciferous family of vegetables and it contains a group of chemicals called glucosinolates, which studies have shown could reduce the risk of certain cancers.
Cabbage is very versatile and also comes in many varieties. Green, red, savoy and Napa all have unique nutritional properties. From salads to slaws to soups, make sure that cabbage is part of your late fall meal planning. Continue reading “Dinner Tonight: Cabbage Curry Soup”Read More