Sweet & sour stuffed cabbage
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Sweet & sour stuffed cabbage
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:25:45 AM. Recipe ID 59846. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Sweet & sour stuffed cabbage
 Categories: Vegetables, Meats
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
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      1    LARGE HEAD CABBAGE
           SALT AND  PEPPER TO TASTE
      1 lb GROUND BEEF
    1/3 c  MILK
    1/3 c  CRACKED WHEAT
    1/2 c  BROWN SUGAR PACKED
    1/2 ts DRY MUSTARD
    3/4 c  TOMATO SAUCE
      1    MEDIUM EGG
    1/4 c  FRESH LEMON JUICE
 
      CAREFULLY CUT AROUND CABBAGE CORE,AND PLACE HEAD IN BOILING WATER
  FOR ABOUT 10 MINUTES.REMOVE AND LET DRAIN.THIS WILL MAKE THE CABBAGE
  LEAVES LIMP  AND EASIER TO WORK WITH.WHEN CABBAGE IS COOL ENOUGH TO
  HANDLE,REMOVE EIGHT  LEAVES.
      MEANWHILE MIIX THE GROUND BEEF WITH THE CRACKED
  WHEAT,MUSTARD,EGG,SALT,AND PEPPER,AND MILK.DIVIDE MIXTURE INTO EIGHT
  EQUAL PORTIONS,PLACE A PORTION ON THE STEM END OF EACH CABBAGE
  LEAF,AND ROLL UP.ENDS OF ROLLS CAN BE TRIMMED AND THEN TUCKED IN.
  PLACE ROLLS SEAMED SIDES DOWN,IN A CIRCLE IN A THREE QUART ROUND
  MICRO WAVEABLE CASSEROLE.
      MIX TOGETHER THE BROWN SUGAR,TOMATO SAUCE,AND LEMON JUIICE.POUR
  MIXTURE OVER STUFFED CABBAGE ROLLS.COVER CASSEROLE TIGHTLY AND
  MICROWAVE ON HIIGH FOR 7 TO 10 MINUTES.     CHECK FOR DONENESS.BE
  CAREFUL NOT TO OVERCOOK AS CABBAGE LEAVES CAN  BECOME TOUGH.MAKES
  FOUR SERVINGS......................
 




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Recipe ID 59846 (Apr 03, 2005)

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