4 Reviews

the flavor was there,but I would add 1 more egg and use precooked rice,it was not done.I didn't freeze the cabage because the store I stopped at,the cabbage was ,terrible so I just put a big meat fork in the core in boiling water and cut them off as they were tender onto a cookie sheet, no probem.The polish resaurants where I have had these the meat holds together more like meat loaf, I guess that is what I would like, to be able to slice them, other wise you could have put all in like a casserole,because they fell apart. Served them with piergo's sauteed with onion and baconThank You for a wonderful tasteing recipe! My husband loved it! So did I! sorry to make a few changes. All your recipes look grea can't wait to try more.Easy one's at least. Thanks again

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Shelly56 April 06, 2005

These are great -Love the sauerkraut over them. What an neat shortcut to freeze the leaves, they are so easy to work with. I cut the recipe back to 4 cabbage rolls- no problem. Used half Kraut juice & half Tomato. Thanks Sue it's a keeper

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Bergy October 17, 2004

This sounds just like the cabbage rolls I had back in the 60's. A very kind elderly Hungarian lady made them for us and I never forgot them. I tried to make them once, but they were not the same. I will try these.

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Tander October 16, 2004
Golabki - Cabbage Rolls