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Quick Pigs in a Blanket

This recipe was submitted by my Great Aunt Monette for my Grandmothers cookbook.

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1hr 45mins
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directions

  • Brown meat and onions, stir in rice, salt and pepper.
  • Remove outer leaves from around cabbage and cut out the hard stalk from the end of the cabbage.
  • Put cabbage into boiling water, steam cabbage for 10 minutes or until the leaves are softened enough to peel away.
  • Cool and separate cabbage leaves, gently shake off moisture, and set aside.
  • Place just enough cabbage leaves on the bottom of your 9" x 13" x 2" baking dish to cover bottom.
  • Peel off each cabbage leaf separately and place into middle one rounded Tbls. of the meat mixture.
  • Fold the two ends of the leaf inwards and roll it up into a narrow sausage shape.
  • Place into bottom of greased 9” x 13” x 2” baking dish.
  • Heat tomato soup and water until it boils. Pour over all ingredients.
  • Sprinkle with American or cheddar cheese. Cover with foil & bake for 1-1/2 hrs @ 350 degrees.
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  1. PHLOWER
    I enjoyed every bite...so did my fiance... I am sooo glad you had posted this recipe and I am not the only one who knows of this as "pigs in the blanket"... when i searched pigs in a blanket, I had a lot of the cressant and sausage links, which wasn't was what I was looking for. Anyway GREAT GREAT recipe!!!!!
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  2. litldarlin
    This recipe was submitted by my Great Aunt Monette for my Grandmothers cookbook.
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