Friday, November 4, 2011

Kitty's Delicious Cabbage Rolls

So a couple of weeks ago for the Jewish New Year my sweet neighbor Miss Kitty was kind enough to share her delicious recipe for Cabbage rolls. This recipe really had me intrigued  because before you even start to make the delicious cabbage rolls you place head of Cabbage in the freezer. Yes you heard right a head of cabbage needs to go in the freezer over night. This is another great recipe to make in your 9”x13” Cake Pan COLLECTION: Anolon Bronze Bakeware, however, when I made this recipe unfortunately I had not received my Anolon Pan yet. 

Kitty’s delicious Cabbage Rolls Ingredients:

1 Large head of cabbage
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 ½ pounds of Ground Round
1 large onion chopped.
 2 cups of uncooked rice½ cup water
 Salt and pepper to taste
1 teaspoon Garlic powder

Cabbage Roll Sweet and Savory Sauce Ingredients

2  (28 oz) cans crushed Tomatoes with basil
1 cup brown sugar
1 lemon (the juice of)

9”x13” Cake Pan COLLECTION: Anolon Bronze Bakeware
and don't forget to enter to win a free Anolon  Bronze Bakeware
Frying Pan
Sauce pan
Wooden Spoon or silicone spoonula
Cooking Spray

The day before or morning you want to make these make sure you do not clean  and freeze the cabbage for 12 hours.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Defrost and core and clean cabbage leaves in cold water.

In a large frying pan heat olive oil

Then brown onions.

Next add Meat and season with Salt Pepper and Garlic. until thoroughly cooked.

In a sauce pan add 2 cans of crushed tomatoes, the juice of a lemon and brown sugar so you have a sweet and savory tasting sauce.

Clean Rice by rinsing in a colander with water.
Now add Water and Rice do not cook any more.

Take a 9”x13” Cake Pan COLLECTION: Anolon Bronze Bakeware spray with Cooking spray then add enough sauce to pan to cove bottom.

Take cleaned and cored leaves and place meat in center

Next fold like this

Then Roll like this

Next place in 9”x13” Cake Pan COLLECTION: Anolon Bronze Bakeware side by side in rows.

Then pour sauce on top

Cover in Aluminum foil bake for 2 hours.

Let cool. You might be tempted and can eat them that night. But I prefer to wait and eat the next day after reheating at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

I hope you enjoy as much as I did.

Bon Appetit


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