Cover tightly with foil. Unfortunately, I was terribly disappointed with the final result! We serve anywhere from 40 to 90 people every Monday night at a local church and I can't wait to serve this dish at Church. Thanks, Hi, Judy! I ended up only having 80% 20% and I think it still came out great!! I sure will be making this. Your email address will not be published. Then (warning!) 1. I don't care for rice in meatloaf, cabbage rolls, stuffed peppers. Swedish yellow split pea soup—vegan and filling! I recently made a "Dump & Bake Stuffed Cabbage Casserole" from another blog, and it definitely didn't have the flavor which I grew up enjoying, since my Polish mom always made the 'real thing'. I am really looking forward to trying this recipe. This recipe was a fail! Use as many of the cabbage leaves as possible until you get to the center of the head of cabbage, where the leaves are white and too small to use. Maybe I will glance over the other comments to see if anyone has done this successfully. Get the recipe at The View from Great Island. It gave it a buttery, unctuous quality. The only thing that's better than these crispy little bites of heaven is the homemade beer mustard to dip them in. You’ll want to break the meat up into small pieces with your fingers as you add it to the dish to make sure that it cooks in an even layer. This one's topped with crispy bacon, snappy pickles, and a tangy coleslaw. Are they freezeable? You won't believe how versatile this veggie is. Set aside. The end result is a sweet, savory and rich combination that will bring a smile to any Polish grandmother's (or granddaughter's) face! I would probably freeze it before baking, but I'm not sure how that will affect the texture of the rice and cabbage. . Drain very well, slice off the cores, then arrange in the prepared baking … While there's always the classic corned beef and cabbage (Ree Drummond's recipe has a rich balsamic glaze you'll love), there's so much more to make than the St. Patrick's Day staple. I would make it with an onion next time. I know that it takes more liquid as well as time to cook, and I’m afraid of ruining the recipe by substituting brown rice. It’s very tasty. A fresh and bright side dish for both Mexican and Asian cuisine. Place in a 325 degree oven for 2 hours or a 300 degree oven for 3 hours. That’s how we like it. I've been looking for this recipe online for some time now and glad to find it here. Make this 30-minute pasta for your next meatless Monday dinner. I can either: -Use brown rice, extend cooking time and adjust liquid if it won’t affect the meat and cabbage If you're always in pursuit of your next favorite dressing, this creamy hummus one sounds like a winner. Also I used the Campbells healthy request tomato soup. Bake for 1 hour until the meat is cooked. Could this be because I used can tomato sauce vs tomato soup? When done, set it aside. Packed with garlic and fresh dill, these crisp dill pickles will add a boost of flavor to any meal. I just prefer using tomatoes. Learn how your comment data is processed. My grandmother uses ground beef in her recipe, so if that's your preference I would go with at least 96% lean beef. Thanks for your feedback, Alden! Every item on this page was chosen by The Pioneer Woman team. I decided to brown the meat and onion first, and then I combined all of the ingredients. Explore. Unsubscribe at any time. Outside of coleslaw, what use is the leafy green any good for? They are deliciously nutty with a noticeable banana and oat flavor that is even better with a drizzle of peanut butter. Saute onion over medium high heat about 5 minutes, add garlic and cook for about 1 minute. Sprinkle top of casserole with shredded cheese and chopped cooked bacon. My mom and dad made a mean cabbage roll but a little diffirent than this methode. One or two would suffice. We all have those comfort food meals that remind us of our childhood, and Stuffed Cabbage Rolls is definitely one of mine. Now I know this is not the most beautiful sight in the world. This Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie is the perfect way to start your day! Once the cabbage leaves are cool you can add the filling. You might be wondering just how many cabbage recipes there could possibly be out there. © Copyright 2006-2020, The Pioneer Woman | Ree Drummond.All Rights ReservedPowered by WordPress. She always added a few strips of bacon on top for flavor, and baked the Cabbage Rolls in a covered (black speckled) roasting pan. You can enjoy it as a tasty side or pile it on a sandwich. 4. I altered the recipe by using a whole head of cabbage and I used long grain parboiled rice. This is a version of a recipe from my husband’s beloved grandmother, Edna Mae. Your photography is excellent. Looks incredible! Anyway A++ Job well done! They just need a couple of minutes. . I hope that my feedback doesn't offend you in any way, for it is not meant to be offensive. Every item on this page was chosen by The Pioneer Woman team. My grandmother has shared her much-requested recipe for Stuffed Cabbage Rolls with my mom, my mom's friends, and with me many times over the years. While I would love the flavor of the tomato soup, I am trying to do "clean, whole food" cooking and the tomato soup adds extra sugar. Hi, Darlene! I'm always search for low cost casserole recipes that are good for large groups of people. Hi, Terri! I love all your beautiful photographs, too. It's the perfect cold weather dinner. Drain the leaves into a colander in the sink and refresh under cold running water. I made this over the weekend. Place the rolls touching each other in a 9″ x 13″ casserole dish. 3. Also I used one of the Minute Rice and Quinoa cups. And if you're hoping to find dishes that are on the healthier side, we've got those too! Thanks for sharing. If you're on the lookout for some top-notch comfort food recipes, you won't be disappointed. A little about me - I am 74 years old, 100% disabled and must fend for myself these days. And I know this is supposed to be a side dish and all…. This looks deliciously easy and I'm excited to give it a test! I'm definitely going to try your cabbage roll casserole since I'm having to do a lot more cooking in these times of COVID=19. But you know what? Directions Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Butter a 9-by-9-inch baking dish. This recipe was easy and pretty darn good. Tomato Sauce And stir it until everything’s glorious and ridiculous. My husband & I loved it! Not sure what happened! It may be tough to agree on which movie to watch, but an incredible snack is something everyone will love! You could try the traditional Polish dish of cabbage and noodles or a one-pot meal with sausage and potatoes for a cozy family meal. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. In fact, go ahead and place a scoop right on your burger for a delicious crunch! I'm so glad that you were able to enjoy the dish -- even if it required longer to cook. Add the tomatoes and cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes. Place in the oven uncovered for about 5 more minutes, or just until the cheese melts. Instead, I would probably cook the brown rice first, then add it to the casserole and just decrease the amount of liquid. Turns out you don’t need culinary skills to make magic happen, or even yeast. It's quick, easy, and hearty! Please try again. After 45 minutes, it was nowhere near done, but I had read another user’s comments so I cooked for an hour and a half (last 15 mins at 400°). Add the vinegar and sugar; simmer, until the sauce thickens, about 5 minutes. , Do you think this would make a good Freezer Meal. The tenderly cooked cabbage and onions taste delicious alongside al dente bow-tie pasta.