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    Cabbage rolls

    O.k. ladies I am not good at writing recipes( never use a recipe) but this is as accurate as I can get.
    1& 1/2 Lb ground chuck
    3/4 cup minute rice
    1 egg
    1can tomato sauce(divided)
    1/2 an onion chopped
    1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
    1 tbs garlic pepper
    7 cabbage leaves(boiled in water about 3-5 minutes)drained and cooled.

    Mix all ingredients use about 1/4 cup of tomato sauce in this mixture.(reserve the rest) If it is to "soupy" you can crumble up a few crackers to tighten it up a little.
    Make (depending on how big you want them) balls out of this and wrap them in the cabbage leaves.(I usually end up with 6 or 7) I put seam sides down and pour remaining tomato sauce (a little in the bottom before you put rolls in the pan and the rest over the rolls. I bake them in a casserole dish covered on 350 degrees x 60 minutes. This is my moms concoction and today would have been her birthday so I just had to make them this afternoon. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Oh yea it goes good with corn bread too!!!
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    Last edited by RFREE; April 17, 2011, 05:50 PM.

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    Thanks so much for sharing your mom's recipe on her birthday! Those are treasured memories that we can share with others - thanks!

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      #3
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      Must have made your Mom just beam knowing you made her favorite !

      I have another suggestion - layer the ingredients into an 8 x 8 (Use Pam Spray) pan. Easier than rolling each one and makes a delicious casserole! I have done this several times and it is yummy.

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        This sounds like an excellent dish! The only thing that we would add is Cayenne pepper to taste because we like spicy foods. Thanks for sharing.
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          Yum. Gonna have to try this one. Thanks!
          ;)Nancy

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            #6
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            Sounds yummy, I would add some spice. I like spicy Ethiopian dishes.
            Last edited by sewsoft; July 28, 2011, 04:42 PM.

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              #7
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              How do you get from a head of cabbage to the boiled leaves? Do you boil the whole head? What do you do with the rest of the cabbage? See, I've never made stuffed cabbage so I need baby step directions.

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                Rhonda, This looks and sounds so good. My Mom used to make these when I was a kid and I haven't had them for years. Thanks for sharing....Barb
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                  OOOH that sounds yummy and super easy, been looking for a Cabbage Roll recipe I'll try this one for sure. I bet they would be good with Cole Slaw made from the rest of the head of cabbage along with the corn bread. Thanks for sharing such a special recipe.
                  Mary
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