Baked cabbage has become one of our family's favorite summer dishes. If you've tried grilled cabbage or cooked cabbage & don't like it then baked cabbage might be exactly the thing for you. It tastes totally different with much more of a roasted flavor. There's actually some in our oven right now.
Here's what we do. Coarsely chop up one large head of cabbage & one onion. Toss with half stick melted butter & enough season salt to your taste. Dump it all in a 9x13 cake pan, cover with aluminum foil & bake at 350 for an hour. You can actually bake it longer if you like, the longer you bake it the more of a "browned" or roasted flavor that it takes on. You can also chop up any other vegetable that you'd like to include - sometimes I include green pepper, banana pepper, summer squash, etc.
Our family will eat as much of this as I can bake....they love it. Customers at the farmer's market often ask if I add bacon too. I don't, simply because the flavor is amazing enough to stand on it's own without it. But a friend adds polish sausage to hers & that is fabulous too.
Let me know if you try it!