I describe savoy cabbage as a cross between kale and cabbage. It is very versatile and can easily substitute either one - great in stir-fries, soups, cabbage rolls, quiches, coleslaws. It's a little tougher than kale, but it wilts much faster than a cabbage. I'm not sure why savoy cabbage isn't more common, since it cooks so nicely.
Don't believe me? Check out these recipes!
Roasted Cabbage with Walnuts & Parmesan
Quick, easy and tasty!
Stuffed Savoy Cabbage
Making cabbage rolls with savoy cabbages makes life easier. The leaves don't need to be blanched in order to fold nicely!
Homemade Miso Ramen
Savoy Cabbage adds so much texture and flavour to ramen noodles! Yum!