Cheese Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Cheese Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
Cheese Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

This recipe for Cheese Stuffed Cabbage Rolls is a hearty stuffed cabbage rolls recipe. You'll love this ground beef and rice stuffed cabbage rolls recipe that also incorporates savory Parmesan cheese. Substitute ground turkey for a leaner meal. This is a great dish to serve for a weeknight meal or for a casual dinner. The cheese adds another great layer of delicious to this recipe. The inclusion of cheese may even make it more appealing for your children. Try out this recipe today!

Cooking Time6 hr

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I confess, I have never made stuffed cabbage, but I have made unstuffed cabbage. Having a large family, I am all about fast. I am going to try this as an unstuffed cabbage recipe. Think it would work? I also substitute tomato soup for tomato sauce. I just like it better that way and so does our family.

I core my cabbage in boiling water. I find that it is easier to roll. I have frozen the cabbage but I will try it. I also add sour kraut to the layer of cabbage rolls. I like the idea of the brown rice. I love to cook and try to find different ways. This one is a good one.

I core my cabbage. It is easy to roll. I guess I was taught that way and still do it. I will try freezing it next time.

can we get recipe only,no extra ?

Have you thought of "lazy pigs in the blankets"?? Or, as you called...stuffed cabbage?? Just take your cabbage and slice it thinly, as though you were making colesalw....layer that in a 9x13 pan, or any size bowl....layer cabbage, meat filling, cabbage again, ending with cabbage atop!! After 2 or 3 layeras, add a little water and then your tomato sauce!! Bake at 350 for about an hour and a half, depending on the size of your pan!! VOILA!! Trust'll never bother with the other way again!!

i'm from northeast ohio and stuffed cabbage is a staple!! my older sister taught me to freeze the cabbage,(buy it on sale and you already have it when you want to fix stuffed cabbage or halushki which is cabbage and noodles!!) when you freeze the cabbage you don't have to boil it and burn your hands!!. i make the stuffed cabbage with outer leaves and cut up the smaller leaves and core for halushki.

I'm from NE PA. It used to be an all day thing making halupkies (stuffed cabbage) and I rarely did it because I would have to wait until the cabbage cooled before peeling and rolling, etc. Then I heard about doing the cabbage in the microwave, which cut some time off, but still too long because of the cooling off time. I heard about freezing the cabbage just last year. This works pretty good. I've made halupkies at least 4 times in 6 months now. :-)

I have posted a much better way to do this.....look for it very soon!!


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