By Vicki in CT on March 10, 2009
Photo by Boomette
Photo by Boomette
"Easy crockpot recipe with all the great flavors of Polish golumpkis."
Serving Size: 1 (351 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I was glad to see a recipe similar to what I make to give to a friend because I, like my gram, never measured anything! I quarter a whole cabbage and precook it till 1/2 done then put the filling ontop of it. I don't use vinegar or ketchup instead I use a can of undiluted tomato soup& I drain a can of sauerkraut and lay it over the top of everything before cooking. I add more cut up canned tomatoes and tomato juice because I like alot of tomatoes.,my preferance."
"I used a whole head of cabbage. And 1 lb of lean ground beef. I used only tomato sauce even instead of ketchup. I used 2 tomatoes, diced. Then after 4-5 hours, I added tomato juice, near 1 cup maybe. This is so yummy :) Thanks Vicki :) Made for Holiday tag"
"Very good and easy recipe. I used ground turkey instead of ground hamburger and I added carrots. Wasn't as good as my Polish girlfriend's traditional golumbkis though."
"Great recipe. Tastes just like I grew up eating made by Mom-Mom. I did add bacon strips to the top of the dish to add flavor while cooking. Tastes like the dish should! Thank you."
"I needed a x-mas potluck dish for work. I didn't have time to make rolled cabbage rolls so I made this recipe. I would have made it exactly as written, only I forgot to add the tomato sauce. I made it in my electronic pressure cooker instead so that may have saved the loss of moisture & retained the flavours. It was amazing anyhow so next time I will only add 1/2 of the tomato sauce to see how it works. I really enjoyed the tart/vinegar hint of flavour. The rice wasn't prominant so I may also increase that abit. Fabulous recipe, thanks for sharing."