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    My local Hispanic Market has cabbage this week for 7lbs. for $1.00. I am in need of some recipes for cabbage so I can take advantage of this sale. The only way I really know to use it is for coleslaw. Any help would be great!

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    My mom used to make stuffed cabbage. You boil the cabbage leaves until they are soft, then fill them with a mixture of rice, ground beef, tomatoes, & seasoning. Roll up (like an egg roll), place in a baking dish & cover w/ tomato sauce (spaghetti sauce) and bake.

    Or boiled dinner, which is cabbage, ham, potatoes, carrots, & onions in a big stew pot w/ water.

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    Make runza filling and freeze it in airtight baggies for future meals.

    I don't have a real recipe, but brown some hamburger, minced onion, worshestershire (ooo, not sure of the spelling) sauce, garlic, salt & peper, when done, add thinly sliced cabbage and cook till wilted. Put into portion sized bags & freeze. To make: make dough and roll it out thin. put a scoop of filling and pinch edges closed. Bake with seam down at 350 till lightly browned. My family loves these.

    BTW, way to score on the cabbage, great deal!

    I think I use about 1/2 head of cabbage to 1 lb of hambrger.

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    I just got a head Half went to 0 Point Weight Watchers Cabbage Soup which is super tasty. The other half is waiting to be used for Five Minute Sweet Peppered Cabbage

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdrjeolsen View Post
    Make runza filling and freeze it in airtight baggies for future meals.

    I don't have a real recipe, but brown some hamburger, minced onion, worshestershire (ooo, not sure of the spelling) sauce, garlic, salt & peper, when done, add thinly sliced cabbage and cook till wilted. Put into portion sized bags & freeze. To make: make dough and roll it out thin. put a scoop of filling and pinch edges closed. Bake with seam down at 350 till lightly browned. My family loves these.

    BTW, way to score on the cabbage, great deal!

    I think I use about 1/2 head of cabbage to 1 lb of hambrger.
    That sounds DELICIOUS!!!

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    Oh, I miss those markets!
    I make something similar to the stuffed cabbage, but easier. I take tomato soup and chop the cabbage roughly and add with onions to the soup, then simmer meatballs in for about 20 minutes (I pre-cook the meatballs a bunch at a time and freeze). Top with sour cream and it's wonderful!
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    I usually just boil it with spices as I love cabbage as is. But the recipe with adding beef sounds delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdrjeolsen View Post
    Make runza filling and freeze it in airtight baggies for future meals.

    I don't have a real recipe, but brown some hamburger, minced onion, worshestershire (ooo, not sure of the spelling) sauce, garlic, salt & peper, when done, add thinly sliced cabbage and cook till wilted. Put into portion sized bags & freeze. To make: make dough and roll it out thin. put a scoop of filling and pinch edges closed. Bake with seam down at 350 till lightly browned. My family loves these.

    BTW, way to score on the cabbage, great deal!

    I think I use about 1/2 head of cabbage to 1 lb of hambrger.
    I didn't realize it was called runza! I've been doing something similar but with ground sausage with diced celery and carrot along with the onion. I use aobut a cup with 1/2 a head of cabbage. And now I know I can freeze it!!! Thank you!

    I'm thinking if the cabbage is shredded finely enough it can be mixed with mashed potatoes and used as a pirogi filling too! I might give that a try when I make it next.

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    I usually just chop the cabbage up in small pieces, finely chop some onion and saute in a little olive oil ( or bacon grease if you are from the south ! lol) and then throw into a pot with a mixture of a large can tomatoes and a medium can tomato sauce that has been simmering for a while. You can also add in a little garlic ( chopped or powerded) and Tony Chachere's seasoning if you like that extra spiciness. Or give it a little Italian flair by adding a touch of italian type seasonings.

    Throw a few cups of cooked rice and and browned hamburger or ground pork.


    ( Can also transfer to a casserole dish and sprinkle with a little parmesan or mozzarella or most any cheese. Makes HUGE amount , will feed everyone . Just add maybe a bread and another side or a fruit/dessert and this is one yummy meal. !)
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    These all sound wonderful and I have made many of your recipes. Here is how I make dressing for my coleslaw:

    1 cup mayo
    1/2 cup cream or half and half
    1/4 cup Splenda

    Shake or stir until thick and creamy and pour over cabbage. I use a very sharp knife to thinly slice the cabbage into long strips for my slaw. It almost looks like hair, it is so thin.
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    These recipes sound delishes and I love cabbage.
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    Here's one more family favorite for you. We call it Polish soul food. My DH is literally eating it out of the pan before it is done.

    Chop an onion and saute it in a stick of butter or olive oil
    Start a pot to boil egg noodles
    Shred your cabbage (about the thickness of the noodles)
    Saute your onions until they are transparent and add the cabbage, cook the cabbage until it is soft.
    Drain and add your cooked noodles to the cabbage and onions
    Salt and pepper to taste, adding more butter if necessary

    You have to try it to believe how good it is. I'm going to have to watch for a cabbage sale now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buc-O-Mama View Post
    Here's one more family favorite for you. We call it Polish soul food. My DH is literally eating it out of the pan before it is done.

    Chop an onion and saute it in a stick of butter or olive oil
    Start a pot to boil egg noodles
    Shred your cabbage (about the thickness of the noodles)
    Saute your onions until they are transparent and add the cabbage, cook the cabbage until it is soft.
    Drain and add your cooked noodles to the cabbage and onions
    Salt and pepper to taste, adding more butter if necessary

    You have to try it to believe how good it is. I'm going to have to watch for a cabbage sale now.
    I MUST try this! Thank you so much for posting. It's something a little different and I bet my family will gobble it up. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buc-O-Mama View Post
    Here's one more family favorite for you. We call it Polish soul food. My DH is literally eating it out of the pan before it is done.

    Chop an onion and saute it in a stick of butter or olive oil
    Start a pot to boil egg noodles
    Shred your cabbage (about the thickness of the noodles)
    Saute your onions until they are transparent and add the cabbage, cook the cabbage until it is soft.
    Drain and add your cooked noodles to the cabbage and onions
    Salt and pepper to taste, adding more butter if necessary

    You have to try it to believe how good it is. I'm going to have to watch for a cabbage sale now.
    I've had that!!! Haluska/Haluski? something like that I think. It was incredible and how could I have forgotten it?! Thank you for reminding me of it.

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    We called it Klusky and Kaputsa. That may or may not be what it really is called.

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