Sautéed Honey Mustard Cabbage Bowl

Sautéed Honey Mustard Cabbage Bowl

Sautéed Honey Mustard Cabbage Bowl

Sautéed Honey Mustard Cabbage Bowl

This sautéed honey mustard cabbage bowl is a perfect detox breakfast, lunch or dinner. Cabbage is not only insanely good for you but it simply tastes amazing as well.

Adding cabbage into your diet is one of the best things you can do for your body, this superfood is full of antioxidants, fiber and flavors.

I like to make this meal at least 2 times a week for breakfast and it always makes me feel great, its my go to detox meal, quick, easy and nutritious.

Using Honey and apple cider vinegar in your cooking and daily diet is a great way to take care of your body, fill your body with goodness and it will repay you with energy and health.


2 tablespoons apple cider
1 tablespoon mustard
3 tablespoon olive oil
1 1/2 tbs honey
1/2 head of cabbage chopped into bite-size pieces.
onion chopped
large egg
avocado diced


 Combining vinegar, mustard, 1 tbs olive oil, honey and apple cider together and set aside.

Over a medium heat add 1 tbs olive oil, cabbage and onion to a skillet and sauté for 5 minutes.

Pour mustard sauce over cabbage and mix well, turning the heat to low and cook for about 5-7 more minutes.

While you are cooking the cabbage fry or poach your egg in another pan.

Place sautéed cabbage in a bowl with the egg and avocado on top.

Benefits Of Cabbage 

Long-established in health research is the role of cabbage juice in helping heal stomach ulcers (called peptic ulcers), but more recent studies on cabbage have looked at the overall health benefits of this food for the stomach and digestive tract as a whole. Present-day studies make it clear that cabbage contains a variety of nutrients of potential benefit to our stomach and intestinal linings. These nutrients include glucosinolates (and the anti-inflammatory isothiocyanates or ITCs made from them), antioxidant polyphenols, and the amino acid-like substance called glutamine. In the case of ITCs, digestive tract benefits include proper regulation of bacterial populations of Helicobacter pylori inside the stomach. The ITCs made from cabbage’s glucosinolates can lower the risk of these unwanted stomach events.

 And this added fiber can be very helpful in improving digestion of food.

Read More On Cabbage Here

This dish is cabbage bowl for the soul. SO healthy yet so delicious. Just click through to find the instructions on how to prepare this healthy yet delicious bowl of goodness.

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Jennifer Rice is a lover of all things living and has dedicated her life to making a difference to all those who cross her path.
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