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This was a really good recipe! My family usually is not crazy about cabbage, but this recipe changed their minds! It was very tasty and it fed all five of us, and that is a very hard task to accomplish with 2 hungry boys and a husband. Thanks for the recipe, hope to hear more of them!
Thank you for a wonderful recipe. Like we've all discovered, stuffing cabbage is very time-consuming. My husband and I both enjoyed this meal very much. It's just like stuffed cabbage without the hassle.
This is great! We love stuffed cabbage also and it takes sooooo long to prepare the recipe I use that has been passed down from my grandmother. Thanks for such a time saver that gives the same great taste.
We love stuffed cabbage and I am thrilled to find this recipe. I made it exactly as stated and it turn out wonderful. What a time saver!!. Thank you so much, Crystalina. :-)
I love stuffed cabbage but hate all the work involved since I work full time. I tried your recipe and my whole family loved it. I will definitely keep it to fix again.
I browned the hamburger and onion together first. I used instant rice and cooked this for 45 minutes. This recipe was okay, too much sugar. My husband thought it was really good. This made a lot, enough for 6 people!
Absolutely delish! I didn't follow the recipe exactly, but it turned out amazing! I didn't have any tomato paste, so I added 26 oz of tomato sauce to make up for it. I also realized I didn't have any beef, so I substituted spicey sausage and wow! I think this made it! The sweet mixed with spicey is awesome!
This is a very easy recipe to make and it taste great. I used 1# 8oz of cabbage and steamed it instead of par-boiling. I only used 1 teaspoon of sugar and *NO* salt and thought it was perfect. I'll be making this again, thank you for posting. Made for *Zaar Cookbook Tag 2009* game
I really liked this recipe. I did make a few changes to fit my tastes which might be helpful if you think the recipe is a little bland. I only used 1 teaspoon of sugar & I mixed in about 1 tablespoon of paprika after it was cooked. Just an FYI, this recipe needs alot of salt & pepper. I just put a few pinches & I had to salt it alot after it was cooked. I also used 1 bag of Uncle Bens boil in a bag rice & boiled it for about 5 minutes before mixing it with the meat. Everything was cooked thru.
Actually -- sauteeing it the next day made this really good. I had read earlier reviews and thought maybe the rice didn't cook completely for some others because they hadn't let it sit after cooking as the recipe calls. But wrong. Rice was slightly al dente. Flavors were very nice. I probably would leave out the sugar next time. The tomato is sweet enough. Thanks!