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Cabbage and Rice Slow Cooker Casserole

Cabbage and Rice Slow Cooker Casserole
Cabbage and Rice Slow Cooker Casserole
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Cabbage and Rice Slow Cooker Casserole is an budget-friendly recipe that is a fun twist on cabbage rolls. This recipe uses chopped cabbage rather than rolled cabbage leaves. That means it is much easier to prepare. If you'd like to make this as a vegetarian casserole or as a meat-free side dish, simply leave out the turkey sausage. When it comes to easy slow cooker recipes that are hearty and filling, you can't go wrong with this one. Anyone who likes cabbage rolls is sure to enjoy this recipe.

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This is definitely not for everyone, but as I'm Polish and was raised on cabbage, this is such a treat! Love this. )

I agree that the picture really doesn't look that great. It kind of looks like some kind of slop with some overcooked hot dogs laid on top. I have a good butcher around here who makes his own "kielbasa" made with ground chicken. It is a summertime favorite of ours on the grill, and if I dice it up small and mix it in with the cabbage casserole, it might really taste (and look lol) good.

Does the cabbage have to be chopped that small so that it cooks? I would prefer bigger pieces so there is less prep work. It may look better also. My family loves cabbage rolls and sausage. I will try this with farmer sausage though.

Tried this recipe? What did you think?

I make a variation of this recipe on the stove. I find it tastes much better if you add some sugar to reduce the tartness. I also add a bit of white vinegar or balsamic vinegar depending on what I have on hand. You can adjust the sugar and vinegar ratio, until you get the result that suits your taste.


I wld. like to know what size is the can of tomatoes used in recipe?

It does look nasty in this picture. I made it because of the ingredients. I learned that you should not put the rice(brown) in the slow cooker with the rest of the ingredients because it does not cook fast enough so that the other ingredients don't look like this pic. Cook the rice outside the slow cooker and mx in when cabbage is done. This way you can use white rice also if you want. Cook only about 4 to 5 hrs depending how firm you want the cabbage. This way it doesn't look so bad and the cabbage is not slimmy looking. I really enjoyed it when I made it this way. Very tasty.


That just looks nasty...I don't think I could get past the looks of it!


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