Food Network and Paleo Leap both have different versions of a baked, sliced cabbage recipe. Cabbage is a substitute for grain-based side dishes for those living a paleo or grain-free lifestyleand a way to get added fiber into the diet.
Food Network cuts the cabbage into wedges and browns it in duck fat before baking it in the oven. This is a fancy way to prepare the cabbage and takes a bit longer than the Paleo Leap version.
The Paleo Leap version slices the cabbage in rounds and rubs each round down with olive oil and garlic. After baking in the oven, flipping once to ensure even baking, the cabbage is crisp and flavorful.