1 lb lean ground beef or turkey 1 med head of cabbage, chopped 1/2 C long grain rice 1 large onion, chopped 1 bell pepper, chopped 1 C water 1 can petite cut diced tomatoes 1 can tomato soup garlic to taste paprika to taste salt and pepper to taste
In a large pot over medium high heat, combine ground beef or ground turkey, pepper and onion. Saute for 10 minutes, until beef is browned and onion is tender.
Add the cabbage, soup, water, tomatoes, rice, garlic, paprika, salt and pepper to taste. Mix together well and reduce heat to low. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes, until cabbage is at desired tenderness.
OMG I love cabbage rolls and this WAS WAY easier to make and AMAZING!I simmered mine for about 45 min. on medium heat! Added a whole tomato, didn't have diced in can! Used half can of mushroom spaghetti sauce cuz i didn't have tomato soup! Added more S & P! Will make a million more times! TY! =)
WOW WOW WOW.... even my horribly picky 4 year old ate this! I cooked it in the slow cooker and it was great to just put everything in the crock pot and eat 6 hrs later! Just as good as the stuffed variety!
Delicious! I modified it a bit, using ground turkey breast (99% fat free), Low-Sodium V8 (10 oz) instead of tomato soup, and Hunt's No-Salt Added tomatoes. That gets it to about 175 calories and under 100 sodium per serving!
This was pretty good, I really am not a fan of cooked cabbage, but figured Id give it a try, I doubled the recipe for the whole family. Not only did I like it, the hubby and kids enjoyed it as well.
i am not sure where i went wrong, but this makes to my eyes many more than 8 servings. but it was delicious, and easy to make. i will try it in the crock pot next time if i think far enough ahead. i subbed instant brown rice also as i read of undercooking problems with long grain white.
This was delicious!! I cut the recipe in half cooked it on low heat for about an hour, the rice absolutely needed the extra time. Even cutting the recipe in half it served 6. My husband and I shared this with our neigbors, they loved it too :)
this was a hit when wrapped in a flour tortilla and topped with a little colby jack cheese for me and the kids... my fiance wasnt impressed but he is hard to please as it is... on the other hand it did seem a bit bland to me and ended up needing quite a bit of tweaking for any real flavor...
Fantastic recipe. We will be eating this one again. We spiced it up a bit but didn't change much. Just added a little Italian seasoning and Sriracha hot sauch and cooked it a liitle longer. Great flavor, thanks for sharing.
Just made for dinner and it was great. Will make again because I have 5 more cabbages to use up in my garden and that's after making 2 crocks of sauerkraut. The only thing I changed was I used homemade tomato soup.
I already have a recipe for something similar, but we call it "Lazy Cabbage Rolls." This was just as good, and much healthier. :) I will definitely make it again, but will pre-cook the rice.
This was delicious! I had cooked brown rice on hand, so I left the rice and water out of the mix. When everything else was done I served it on top of the rice. This recipe is a keeper at our house.
One problem -- I can't stop eating this!! Made it for dinner last night, then had a cup for breakfast and just had 2 cups for lunch! Hubby loved it but kids wouldn't touch it. My subs were 20 oz ground turkey and 1 c minute brown rice. Made 12 cups. 1c = 142 cals & 12g protein. Thank you, thank you!
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I was in a bit of a hurry and replaced rice with chopped cauliflower and used a can of fire roasted diced tomatoes (for tomatoes, soup, and bell pepper). My husband doesn't care for stuffed cabbage but LOVED this.
I substituted a bit of Southern to it- Using Smoked Polish Sausage, browned and cut into bite size pieces intead of the Ground Tky or Beef. It gives it a Smokey flavor dispite adding a little more fat to the Calories.
The boys enjoyed it. This is not something we will make repeatedly, but it's great for when we need a crock pot dish. We are vegan so we omitted the turkey and increased the amount of BROWN rice, substituting Napa cabbage. Good, healthy recipe. Thanks for sharing.
This was very good. I didn't have regular rice so I added instant brown 20 min before it was done. I used a large can of tomatoes because it didn't say the size. I also used Campbels select harvest tomato soup. I also simmered an hour because my husband likes his cabbage well done.
It was kind of bland the night I made it. I hate to waste food, so I heated up some for lunch. It was incredible! All the flavors melded toether. I talked my family into trying it again and they loved it. i will definately make again but a day ahead of time.
Really tasty, and very easy. Wasn't sure what size can (14.5 oz. or 28 oz.) of diced tomatoes, though. Subbed long grain brown rice to up the fiber. Added a splash of garlic chili pepper sauce, which was like gilding the lily. YUM!
I wasn't sure if I was a cabbage fan, but gave this a try anyway..so glad I did! It was great and will make often. I added an extra can of tomatoes and simmered for almost an hour. The cabbage didn't look done in 20...Thanks for sharing!
DELICIOUS! I turned this into a vegetarian recipe by using Yves veggie crumbles. The directions said to use garlic and spices to taste. I did & it was quite flavourful. My only problem was that the rice didn't cook enough. Next time I'll cook it first or use converted rice. But we really enjoyed it!
We enjoyed this. I added an extra 15 oz can of diced tomatoes because I was afraid the rice didn't have enough liquid. Next time I will add more garlic or black pepper for a little extra zip.
This is great! I love cabbage and this was awesome, you just have to try it!!! Thank you for sharing.
Reply from CHELLE3171(8/26/08) Thanks! We love cabbage too. Stuffed cabbage is a great way to use all of the good things from the garden this summer but it takes soooooo long to make stuffed cabbage. My husband is Slavic so we eat lots of sarma (stuffed cabbage). This makes it so much easier. I'm so happy you liked it!