You're at the supermarket and have one thing on your mind: Buy seasonal vegetables. Great idea, you think, when you only find potatoes, cabbage and onions on the shelf - because home cooking isn't really your thing. We'll try to convince you otherwise. With these recipes, we'll show you how incredibly tasty home-grown winter vegetables can be.
Preheat the oven to 200 °C and line a baking tray with a baking mat.
Chop the dill, put it in a bowl with all the other ingredients for the marinade and mix everything well.
Halve the cabbage and then cut large triangular wedges along the stalk so that the structure remains intact and the leaves do not fall apart.
Place the cabbage wedges on the baking mat and brush them generously with the marinade.
The next step is to wait: put the cabbage wedges in the oven for about 20 minutes until they are golden brown and slightly crispy. Goes great with potato gratin!
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