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This recipe works well if you're in the mood for "stuffed cabbage" but you don't have the whole leaves to roll up. This recipe uses shredded cabbage so having the whole head of cabbage is not even necessary. :) It looks a bit sloppy when it's cut out of the baking dish, sort of like lasagna; it falls apart a bit. It's delicious if you like stuffed cabbage, or cabbage rolls as some call it.
Prep Time: 30 min
Cook Time: 1.5 -2 hrs
Total Time: approx. 2-2.5 hrs
Source: I saw this on the internet, but tweaked it a bit.
This recipe would work great in a crock pot too.
This is so simple and delicious.
I'm a cabbage lover, so I really enjoy this casserole. I think anyone who likes cabbage will love this recipe. Very good!
Great casserole dish! Cabbage lovers are sure to like this!
Chop cabbage, cook in boiling water with salt. Drain and save 2 cups liquid. Fry sausage and drain. Combine drippings and flour and add milk and cabbage water. Cook 5 minutes, stirring.
Saute onion in olive oil. Add ground beef, salt and pepper, heat through, but do not brown. Spread 3 cups cabbage in a 2 quart baking dish; cover with meat mixture and top with remaining cabbage.
Boil cabbage till tender. Drain, reserve 1/2 cup liquid. Melt butter in saucepan. Stir in flour, salt and dry mustard. Add reserved liquid, milk and cheese; cook stirring until cheese melts.
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I am looking for a recipe. It had cabbage, ground meat, macaroni, and Zesty Italian dressing mix in it. The Zesty Italian dressing mix was the dry kind that comes in a envelope and is by the bottled salad dressings in the grocery store. I would appreciate the recipe if someone could share if they have it.
By Twila Wales from Loranger, LA
Here is one that uses rice instead of macaroni. Perhaps you could adapt it:
Thanks so much for your help Kaelle. I am going to try this recipe. I am sure we will enjoy it.
I know if you go to Goodseasons.com They have the exact recipe you are looking for. I have used that recipe for many years. In fact I think I might use it this weekend for a church celebration Thanx Terryclipper
Thanks Terryclipper. I was not able to find the recipe on the goodseasons site. Appreciate your help.
I would like to find some recipes for a cabbage casserole.
By sandradickinson88 from Zanesville, OH
Cabbage Roll Casserole
1 pound hamburger
1 medium head cabbage
1 large jar of spaghetti sauce
2. Brown hamburger in a skillet. Shred the cabbage.
3. In a large greased casserole place a layer of shredded cabbage, then cover with browned hamburger, mushrooms and rice.
4. Cover with remaining cabbage. Pour over spaghetti sauce. Garnish with cheese.
5. Bake at until cabbage is tender and sauce is fairly well absorbed, about 2 to 2-1/2 hours.
Busy Day Cabbage Rolls
Preparation Time: 10 min
Cooking Time: 1 hr 55 min
2 tablespoons oil
1 large onion, chopped
1 1/2 pounds ground beef
salt and pepper
1/2 cup rice (cooked 10 minutes and drained)
2. Cook onion, seasonings and meat until browned. Meanwhile, prepare rice.
3. Combine with meat mixture. Spread in oiled 9x13 pan.
4. Top with chopped cabbage. Combine tomato soup and water and pour over mixture in pan.
5. Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees F for 1 1/2 hours.
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Cut cabbage into bite size pieces; cover with water in saucepan. Cook until tender. Drain. In medium size casserole dish, layer in this order: 1/3 can soup, 1/2 cabbage, 1/3 soup, 1/2 cheese slices, 1/2 saltine crackers, crushed, 1/2 cabbage, 1/3 soup, 1/2 cheese slices and 1/2 saltine crackers. Bake at 325 degrees F until bubbly and cheese has melted and starting to turn golden in color.
By Robin from Washington, IA
I looking for a Cabbage Casserole recipe. I remember layering cabbage, rice, tomato sauce and topping it with cheese. That's all I remember. Any ideas?
By Paula from Minneapolis, MN
There are a ton of variations it looks like. Some with tomato soup or sauce or spaghetti sauce, some without cheese although that is easy to remedy.
Here are a couple: