Cabbage recipes or patta gobhi recipes – Cabbage is one of the veggies that is used widely in Indian cooking. It is used not only to make curry / sabzi , pakora, vada, chutney, pickle, poriyal, thoran, stir fry and even added to fried rice and other Indo Chinese dishes.
Cabbage or patta gobhi is one of the cruciferous vegetables that is said to be loaded with nutrients including antioxidants. Regular use of this amazing veggie in cooked, steamed or raw form is said to benefit our body system.
We use cabbage more often in our diet. Fried rice and the Chinese style stir fry are the most commonly made since my kids love them. Here are the 17 quick Indian cabbage recipes on the blog.
- 1 tbsp oil or as needed
- ½ tsp cumin or jeera
- ½ tsp mustard seeds
- 1 tsp ginger or ginger garlic paste or grated
- 1 large onion thinly sliced (optional)
- 1 large tomato finely chopped (optional)
- salt as needed
- 1/8 tsp turmeric or haldi
- ½ tsp red chili powder
- ¾ tsp garam masala or sambar powder as needed
- ¼ cup green peas or 2 tbsp chana dal (soaked and cooked)
- 2 to 3 cups cabbage chopped
- 2 tbsp coriander leaves finely chopped
Cabbage kootu recipe – Simple dal cabbage kootu made in south Indian style.
Cabbage green peas curry – Simple easy home style, delicious dry curry made under just 30 mins. It goes very well with rice, roti and even in sandwiches & rolls.
Cabbage stir fry made in Indo chinese style. This is one of the quickest and most delicious cabbage recipes one can make in just 20 minutes. This goes very well to make kathi rolls /frankie and sandwiches.
Veg club sandwich – Made with stir fried cabbage, capsicum and other veggies. Healthy, filling and delicious sandwich for a meal, snack or breakfast.
Veg manchurian recipe : These veg manchurian balls are great to enjoy anytime as a snack or as a side in a meal with noodles.
Cabbage pakoda recipe : Crisp fried street style crunchy pakoda.
Cabbage vada recipe : Deep fried crispy snack made with shredded cabbage and chana dal. Made similar to the south Indian masala vada but these taste unique with a great aroma. These can be served for evening tea or makes a great snack for parties.
Steamed cabbage curry – Another simple & healthy recipe to pair with rice or roti, made with very few basic ingredients. To make this shredded veggie is steamed in cooker or steamer just for few minutes and then seasoned.
Patta gobhi aloo sabzi : Aloo and paata gobhi pair very well to make a curry. This is delicious dish that is usually loved by kids too due to the addition of potato. This curry goes very well with rice, chapathi, dosa and even to make roti rolls or sandwiches.
Cabbage fried rice : Very flavorful rice made with shredded veggie made in Indian chinese style but without the addition of sauces. This goes great in lunch boxes or can be had for a quick dinner.
Cabbage raita : One of the best ways to consume this veggie is in the raw form and this is a great way to use it in its raw form. This raita can be served with a meal or can just be eaten alone for mid morning or evening snack time.
Cabbage paratha – A good recipe for fussy kids and toddlers. This is a no stuff paratha made with simple ingredients, involves no sauteing of veggie so saves some time. These can be made for lunch box or can be had for breakfast.
Cabbage cheese paratha :Quick, delicious paratha made with patta gobi and cheese stuffing. These go very well in lunch box with some chutney, dal or curry.
Mix veg rolls with cabbage (frankie recipe) : Stir fried cabbage with mix veggies stuffed in homemade soft rotis. These rolls are delicious with a unique tasting Indian-Chinese style filling.
Sagu style curry for roti or puri . A unique kind of quick dish made in sagu style. This can be made in just few minutes.
Cabbage pickle – This is another recipe which uses raw cabbage. This is a instant pickle and goes great with rice, paratha or dosa.
Andhra style vepudu/ fry : Made with basic ingredients and is similar to the poriyal or thoran but this recipe is made in andhra style. It is nutritious and protein rich since moong dal is used here.
Veg pakora : These crunchy veg pakora have a great flavor due to the addition of cabbage. Wonderful to make these when you have left over veggies in the fridge.