Grandma's Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage, Slow Cooker Variation ...
This family recipe for Hungarian stuffed cabbage with beef and pork is a slow-cooked dish that just might bring you luck on New Year's Day.
Just delicious. Not one complaint...
This is pretty much how we always made cabbage rolls and my family. The only addition would be, I put canned petite diced tomatoes in with the meat and rice mixture. And I always use Sacramento Tomato Juice if you can find it. I pour it over the cabbage rolls before I bake them. It just adds a special flavor. Some brands of tomato juice and vegetable juice are too sweet for my taste. I really like the flavor you get from the Sacramento brand tomato juice. I make a big batch and freeze the leftovers.
Even after adding some extra spices, it came out bland, and after 7 hours of cooking the rice was still crunchy.
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