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A great cabbage & hamburger roll up recipe


  • Michael Thal LA Academic Success Examiner 5 years ago

    Stuffed cabbage--YUMMY!! My mother used to make this when I was a kid. I always loved it.

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    Virginia Kahler-Anderson 5 years ago

    I, too, LOVE stuffed cabbage, Paulo, and this recipe looks so very simple, but I bet you it is so very tasty, too. So, thank you for taking the time to share another recipe :)

    San Jose Food Examiner and San Jose Home Fitness Examiner

  • Louella 5 years ago

    Love these ...great idea to cook in frying pan..only ha them in a oven with tomoato sauce...

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    Beverly Mucha 5 years ago

    Sounds similar to my stuffed cabbage/Galumpkis recipe. Love cabbage and this looks very easy to do. Thanks for sharing this specialty of yours. Will have to try it this way too.
    Winona Cooking Examiner / Winona Home and Living Examiner

  • Bonifacio Egido 5 years ago

    You know what? you are very perfect in combining food to serve by your clients. It reminds me on a coffee 3 in 1 as we used it daily, now this is good, hamburger plus cabbage is nice to say two in one for breakfast. Delicious and nutritious. You know, when you give us the recipe,our curiosity moves us to try, thus we can say, your art of introducing your recipes to us has a magic for ones we taste it we want it all the time. Perfect idea so to speak. God bless for the efforts well done.

  • rayfosu 5 years ago

    The ingredient are easy to get here... will try out this recipe and am sure will tasty yummy. Great work.

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    Amy Kurtzman 5 years ago

    I like your different take on cooking stuffed cabbage. I'd always baked it in the oven with a lot of sauce over the top. I haven't made stuff cabbage in years, thanks for reminding me of it. One question: do you cover the frying pan while the cabbage rolls are cooking?

    Santa Clara Baking Examiner

  • Paulo Oliveira - Boston Brazilian Food Examiner 5 years ago

    I like your question, Amy! If you cover your frying pan while cooking your cabbage rolls it will make tham moist and taste a lot better.

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