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Cabbage Beef Casserole

With an Italian flavor, this one dish casserole is always a hit at dinner and pot lucks. Most never realize it is cabbage. I love being able to put this together the evening or morning before to just pop in the oven. I received this recipe at a potluck 13 years ago from a coworker who was not allowed by her peers to bring any other dish. A salad and crusty bread and your meal is complete. Weight Watchers Pts=9.62

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  • Cut the cabbage into medium size pieces and place in the bottom of a greased 9x13 in casserole dish.
  • Brown the meat and onion in a large skillet, drain well, return to skillet.
  • Stir the rice, salt and pepper into the meat.
  • Spoon the meat/rice mixture over the cabbage.
  • In a saucepan, heat soup, V-8 juice and water to boiling.
  • Pour over ingredients in casserole dish.
  • Sprinkle cheese over all.
  • Cover tightly with foil.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours.
  • DON'T PEEK!
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"With an Italian flavor, this one dish casserole is always a hit at dinner and pot lucks. Most never realize it is cabbage. I love being able to put this together the evening or morning before to just pop in the oven. I received this recipe at a potluck 13 years ago from a coworker who was not allowed by her peers to bring any other dish. A salad and crusty bread and your meal is complete. Weight Watchers Pts=9.62"
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  1. LizzieBug
    This was easy and came together great, but I thought it was lacking a little in the flavor department. I used all spicy V8 juice and added some garlic to the onion/meat mixture, but I thought it was still kind of bland. I'll try this again using some Italian seasoning to boost the flavor.
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  2. Paula Jo 1
    Easy to make and scrumptious! If you want to make this recipe "heart smart" e.g. low fat/low salt, substitute with the following: No Salt Added Tomato Sauce (Muir Glen Organic makes a no salt added);No Salt Added Tomato Soup; Low Sodium V8 Juice; use ground turkey or chicken instead of beef/pork, or just use very lean ground beef with no pork. You will probably need to go to an organic grocery store to find a good selection of no salt/low salt items, i.e. Whole Foods.
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  3. Paula Jo 1
    Easy to make and scrumptious! If you want to make this recipe "heart smart" e.g. low fat/low salt, substitute with the following: No Salt Added Tomato Sauce (Muir Glen Organic makes a no salt added);No Salt Added Tomato Soup; Low Sodium V8 Juice; use ground turkey or chicken instead of beef/pork, or just use very lean ground beef with no pork. You will probably need to go to an organic grocery store to find a good selection of no salt/low salt items, i.e. Whole Foods.
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  4. Laudee
    Absolutely delicious! Followed your easy directions, and came up with a king-size bucket of good stuff! It's even better as "reruns"! Great cause I keep most of the ingredients around anyway. Mmmmm, be doing this one again! Thanks for sharing, Laudee
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  5. surus
    This tasted just as good as the stuffed cabbages my mother used to make when I was achild. Iused one pound of ground beef, 3/4 of a cabbage, 1/2 C. regular rice, 1 can diced tomatoes with garlic and onion, 2 cups tomato juice instead of the soup and V-8. I added i clove of garlic and 1 t. Italian seasoning to the meat mixture. I also didn't have mozzarella but it was not missed. I don't think it needs cheese at all. We both loved this. I had it for dinner, then lunch and dinner the next day. This will become a family favorite.
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