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Wow, I love cabbage rolls but avoid making them because of the long involved process!!! They were very simple to make and so very tasty! I did use my own homemade tomato sauce and added some garlic. Thanks Inez!
Very quick and tasty. I wouldn't change a thing. I served these with bert's "new potatoes roasted with garlic and olive oil", and asparagus.
I used this recipe for a potluck dish and it was well received and absolutely delicious. I only changed the meat used...I mix ground lamb and beef and it's fantastic. I also used a red pepper due to my own preference for its taste.
Hey Dear..the recipe was great though I could use only part of it because I cannot take sugar at all and have to limit salt intake as well. I made the cabbage rolls using mixed veg. leftovers instead of beef and baked them spraying olive oil. It was healthy and still very tasty. Hope you will not mind the twist !
MizzNezz, I also avoid making cabbage rolls even though I adore them, because they are time consuming. Great recipe! The only thing I did differently, was use (Spaghetti Sauce) AngelicFantasia's Spaghetti Sauce and omitted the sugar for that reason. My husband who never cared for cabbage rolls, is now a convert. hehe I'm lovin' it. Thanks!
We made these last night and my family loved them. I had some trouble getting the cabbage seperated but once I did, it all went smoothly. I doubled the recipe and we are freezing the leftovers. I used half ground beef and half ground venison. I also added some garlic to the tomato sauce on the top and it helped the flavor. Thank you so much for this recipe that reminds me of my childhood.
Oh I hate to do this but these were awful! The sauce was very bland and IT DOESNT MAKE ENOUGH TO COVER ALL THE ROLLS. I was really looking forward to making these too.
Very nice, a deffinit keeper :) I used flower instead of cornstarch due to personal taste. I also wanted to add, i asked a freind of mine who asked her mother how to remove the cabbage leaves from the cabbage and the answer is you want to first core the cabbage and then put it into a large pot of boiling water leave is sit for a couple min remove from heat and then let soak 15 - 20 min, Cool to touch then carefully remove. You can also steam then fro a bit untill the leaves start to wilt. Hope that helps all us new cabbage roll cookers
Good receipe. Left out the part with the cornstarch. Also, I placed kielbasi in between the cabbage rolls & topped with sauerkraut. It was the best kielbasi EVER eventhough I had to use the lean version (yuck)
This is a great time-saving recipe. The tomato sauce mixture added to the top of the rolls is wonderful! My husband thought it was his birthday, because I never make this...Too time consuming. This one is a keeper.