(excuse me for droolin’ as I type) This is what I like to refer to as a “meal salad.”. Roasted Vegetable Salad – And guess what? If you served baked or mashed potatoes with the pork loin on the first night, this follow-up recipe comes together even quicker. The best part is that it gets better with time in the fridge, so I can happily munch on the leftovers for DAYS. How to Make Crostini. Go crazy with fun toppings or just keep it simple with sriracha mayo. Cumin Lime Coleslaw – And of course there is always coleslaw… Coleslaw makes a great side to go along with dinner, but you can also pile it onto tacos, nachos, sandwiches, or even stuff it into burritos. This was one dish they looked at me kinda cock-eyed when I said I’m making Ethiopian for dinner… but didn’t think twice about going back for seconds. Savory Cabbage Pancakes – These simple savory cabbage pancakes are anything but boring. Red Cabbage and Carrot Slaw – When it comes to red cabbage there are no shortage of yummy and crunchy salads to use it in. The Best Way to Reheat Steak May Surprise You, Freezer Storage Tips and Tricks to Keep Your Food Fresh, The Cookbooks We're Most Excited for This Fall, How to Make Back-to-School as Smooth as Possible, This Is the Very Best Way to Grill Bratwurst, Macy’s 2-Day Sale Includes Deals on All-Clad, T-Fal & More, Jamaican-Style Rice and Peas Are the Perfect Side Dish, Ready or Not, Pumpkin Spice Products Are Back Again, There Are the Top 10 Tools for the Minimalist Kitchen, 7 Helpful Produce Subscriptions You Should Know About, Meal Prep Containers That Will Get You Excited to Make Lunch, 11 Healthy School Lunch Recipes That Taste Great Too, 10 Mom-Approved Tips to Streamline the School Lunch Making Process, How & Why This Homeschool Mom Packs Lunchboxes Every Day, Why Easy-Open Back to School Food Is This Year's Biggest Lunch Trend, 7 Tips & Tricks for the Juiciest Grilled Burgers You'll Ever Make, 11 Tips for Perfect Grilled Sausage, Including the One Thing You Should Never Do, These Smoky, Sweet & Spicy Oven Ribs Prove You Don't Even Need a Grill, These Unique Dips Will Make the Veggie Tray the Best Part of the Whole Meal, Picnic-Perfect Potato Salad Recipes That Don't Use Mayonnaise, 13 Things to Do with BBQ Brisket Leftovers, 9 Veggies You Can Grow in a Fall Garden & Why It Pays to Be a Late Bloomer, Ready, Set, Watch: 'The Great British Baking Show' Is Back This Week, Star Gifts for Fans of 'The Great British Baking Show', October 2020 DOTM (Dish of the Month) - Nominations, Fall Quarter 2020 Baking Cookbook of the Month VOTING, The Best Kitchen & Cookware Deals During Wayfair's Way Day Sale, Trader Joe's Pumpkin Products Are Back & Better Than Ever This Year, All the Pumpkin Spice Products We're Buying to Kick Off Fall. It probably sounds strange, but I think, it’s really worth a try. This one combines the cabbage with carrot, both of which will stay crunchy in your fridge for days, and finishes with a delicious honey dijon dressing. A great thing about crostini is you can use any kind of bread or rolls. Thank the spambots!). Mean Green Detox Salad – And if you’re looking to eat more salads, cabbage is the perfect base for amazing salads, as demonstrated with this gorgeous bowl of goodness! A few sugary sweet raisins highlight the sweetness of the apples and a creamy but light dressing pulls everything together. But there’s no shame in that. Pork Gyoza – In classic cabbage style, green cabbage is used to bulk out the filling on these cute little gyoza and balance the cost of the meat. Turn your scraps of pie crust dough into delicious golden cinnamon rolls. Cabbage FTW! #winning. This is easy and fast to make and fun for the kids to snack on. No problem! Pork-Stuffed Cuban Sandwich. Slicing your leftover pork nice and thin will help it blend with the noodles and vegetables. Homemade Sauerkraut – One of the more obvious, but rarely utilized ways to use your leftover cabbage is homemade sauerkraut! Just skip right to stir-frying the vegetables and the pork together. 14 Winning Ways to Use Leftover Roast Pork. Hot and Sour Vegetable Soup with Tofu – Red cabbage CAN be used in soups as well!