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Cabbage might not be your favorite vegetable, but I guarantee you’ll barely even realize you’re eating it in this cabbage and leek gratin with mustard cream! Check out the recipe and my post on Marcus Samuelsson’s blog.

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54 Responses to Cabbage and Leek Gratin with Mustard Cream

  1. I should check to see if cabbage is on sale…. because even though it doesn’t rank #1, I still love eating it. :)

    Looks like a great recipe, Joanne. :)

  2. I love cabbage, and this looks like such a creative, delicious way to use it! Mmmmm.

  3. I have really grown to appreciate cabbage… both cooked and raw. And this looks like the most wonderful way to prepare it.

  4. I actually love cabbage, totally trying that!

  5. Danielle says:

    This looks great – I think I want it tonight! Heading over for the full recipe.

  6. i think anything in gratin form is good, so i’ll definitely try this! :)

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Mmm, mustard cream. That’s a gorgeous shot, btw.

  8. Louisa says:

    I love cabbage. And leeks. And mustard…

    In other words, I should probably make this, soonish.

  9. Pam says:

    Cabbage is one of my favorite vegetables!!

  10. daphne says:

    you managed to make cabbage sexy joanne!

  11. Faith says:

    Mmm, I love cabbage, especially with mustard! I’m off to check it out!

  12. You don’t LIKE mustard! I’ll have to check this out!

  13. Ben says:

    Oh that sounds interesting. I’m off to Marcus’s blog to read more about it.

  14. I was going to say I’m weird and I love cabbage, but I see that most of the commenters agree. I’m glad I’m not the only one! And this looks like a really creative way to prepare it!

  15. I love cabbage, I don’t eat it nearly enough! I’m going to check out your recipe on Marcus’s blog!

  16. Just had some leek stir-fry for lunch. The gratin combined with cabbage sounds healthy and tasty as well!

  17. Shana says:

    I normally dislike yogurt – but this recipe looks good enough for me to give it another shot. And yes, I have lots of cabbage going on around here with how cheap it is. :) Thanks for the great recipe!

  18. Camila Faria says:

    Cabbage is great! I don’t know why people hate it so much. Crazy crazy people!

  19. Mary says:

    This sounds delicious, Joanne. I’m heading over to check out the recipe. Have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  20. Ranjani says:

    I enjoy cabbage but I always struggle to find interesting ways to cook it. This looks like something I should try!

  21. Using yogurt as a thick dairy swap is a great way to add tang (especially along with mustard) and body. It makes total sense. What a hearty side dish.

  22. Gloria says:

    aah Look delicious Joanne!!!

  23. Yum!!!!
    I love cabbage Joanne, honestly I never thought of making a gratin with it.
    What a wonderful idea.

  24. Margarita says:

    I love cabbage… especially in mac and cheese! Everything in this recipe screams healthy and delicious! Love the almond milk and yogurt in it. :)

  25. I’m a big cabbage fan, and basically anything gratin :)

  26. Juliana says:

    Just came back from Marcus site…great recipe Joanne :)

  27. So cool that you write for Marcus Samuelsson’s blog! I just commented over there, but I’ll say it here – I cannot wait to try this! My husband will go nuts for it.

  28. london bakes says:

    THis looks perfect for me, love both of these especially when they are all gratinated!

  29. Lyndsey says:

    I do love leeks…so I can handle the cabbage here. It looks good, and I know I’ll like it being baked!

  30. Deborah says:

    I’m going to go out on a limb and say this would be perfect for Easter!!

  31. That looks so delicious to me. I love cabbage anyway but this preparation looks so good! Going to find the recipe…

  32. I love the beautiful colour of this recipe – so light and beautiful and natural!
    Definitely something I want to dig in to :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  33. Amy says:

    That picture is booootiful. I just pinned it :D

  34. RJ says:

    mustard cream! that sounds fabulous :)

  35. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, A healthy and tasty dish. Blessings my dear, Catherine xoxo

  36. Love this shot! This looks SO unique, I have to try it. Thanks!

  37. Claudia says:

    This might just edge out sauerkraut on my favorite cabbage recipes list. And, of course I do love mustard.

  38. oh yum. I like the taste of cabbage, but LOVE the effects it has on my body. Not to be gross here-just facts- cabbage is a total natural laxative. It’s always something I like to eat if I’ve been feeling bloated. One dish and I’m feeling normal again.

  39. Mmmm, I love cabbage and never have anything interesting to do with it…so glad you gave me a new idea :)

  40. Dining Alone says:

    wow that looks amazing, I love leeks and mustard, this is on my must try list!

  41. Katie says:

    Cabbage has definitely been one of my favorites lately! It’s so cheap, and it’s good raw and cooked. I love the idea of a gratin with leeks. I’ve been looking for Easter brunch recipes, and I think this one is in! I’m pinning this!

  42. tigerfish says:

    Cabbage is sure one of my favorite vegetables! I buy and use it every other week!

  43. Hotly Spiced says:

    Cabbage and leeks go so well together. This looks so delicious and the colour of it is so inviting. You come up with the best recipes Joanne xx

  44. Cooked cabbage has never been a favorite of mine but I’m willing to take your advice on this one. I do love leeks. :) Your dish is really attractive.

  45. Amy says:

    Cabbage IS one of my favorite vegetables! I think this sounds so good!

  46. Blond Duck says:

    I like cabbage. No one else seems too….

  47. This is not your mom’s crappy cabbage dish, that’s for sure. Yum!

  48. I LOVE cabbage! Loving this recipe.

  49. Carolyn Jung says:

    Never underestimate the appeal of the mundane cabbage. Especially when there is cream involved. ;)

  50. Actually cabbage is one of my favorites and I think this sounds FABulous.

  51. I love cabbage and this has to be the prettiest cabbage dish I have ever seen. You have managed to make it look so “frilly” and delicate. ;-)

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