Black cabbage sauce

Try this delicious black cabbage sauce with pasta or croutons. You won’t be disappointed.




200g of black cabbage

20g of peeled almonds

50g of goat’s cheese

2 spoonful of extra virgin olive oil

salt, pepper
© Laura La Monaca


Clean the black cabbage and remove the stalks using a knife. Cook in a pot with saltedboiling water for about 30 minutes until well cooked. Drain and let it cool.

Combine the black cabbage, almonds, oil, salt and pepper in a blender. Blend until smooth.

Finally, add goat’s cheese to the mixture and mix again. If necessary, add little oil. Add black cabbage sauce to pasta and serve warm.
© Laura La Monaca

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