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Old 12-01-2012, 12:32 AM   #11
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Crock Pot?
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Old 12-01-2012, 06:40 AM   #12
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I make what my family calls "Lazy Golumpki" but not in a crock pot, it is finished in the oven. Here is the "recipe" if you want to try it in the CP.

Diced onion
bacon fat (or oil)
ground beef (or any ground meat mixture)
cooked white rice
stewed tomatoes
salt and pepper

Cook the ground beef until done, drain and set aside.

Par-boil the rice, drain and set aside (you want it only partially cooked since it will cook more in the assembled dish.)

In a LARGE skillet, heat the oil and saute the onion then add the shredded cabbage, salt and pepper and cook until the cabbage begins to soften.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Mix the cabbage, rice, ground beef and stewed tomatoes together. Taste and season as needed. Put the mixture in a LARGE casserole or baking dish, cover and bake for 45 - 60 minutes.

This is my Gram's recipe and she "cooks by site" and that's how I learned to make this dish so I can't really give amounts. It also depends on how large the head of cabbage is and whether you are more of a filling person or cabbage person.
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Old 12-01-2012, 07:53 AM   #13
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One year I had gotten a huge cabbage from my dad, it weighed 13 lbs. He makes his own saurkraut. I brought it inside and was going to make Pigs (Golumpkis) to go to our Xmas Eve family gathering abought 50-70 people. Set it on the table, started preparing the filling and waiting for the pot to boil water for the cabbabage I heard a noise. Turned around and my cabbage split, so I couldn't use the whole leaves. I thought now what, so I thought I'll make it like lasagna and call it polish lasgana. I soften the parts of the cabbabge in the hot water( like normal) and then just did a layer of cababge then a layer of meat&rice mixture then cabbabge and so on. Then poured tomato sauce over the top along with some bacon strips on top . I also mixed a lil tomato sauce in with the meat mixture not alot, just to moisten it a little. Covered it tight and then took off the cover to brown the top alittle, bake as you would regular lasanga - I made a huge roasting pan of it and came home with none. I have since made it this way several times.
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Old 12-01-2012, 09:22 AM   #14
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I make what my family calls "Lazy Golumpki" but not in a crock pot, it is finished in the oven. Here is the "recipe" if you want to try it in the CP.

Diced onion
bacon fat (or oil)
ground beef (or any ground meat mixture)
cooked white rice
stewed tomatoes
salt and pepper

Cook the ground beef until done, drain and set aside.

Par-boil the rice, drain and set aside (you want it only partially cooked since it will cook more in the assembled dish.)

In a LARGE skillet, heat the oil and saute the onion then add the shredded cabbage, salt and pepper and cook until the cabbage begins to soften.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Mix the cabbage, rice, ground beef and stewed tomatoes together. Taste and season as needed. Put the mixture in a LARGE casserole or baking dish, cover and bake for 45 - 60 minutes.

This is my Gram's recipe and she "cooks by site" and that's how I learned to make this dish so I can't really give amounts. It also depends on how large the head of cabbage is and whether you are more of a filling person or cabbage person.
Dave, I know what you mean when you say, "cooking by sight." That is how my mother did it and that is how I learned. To this day I can stick my hand in the oven and know if it is ready or not. I never measure out the salt. It goes into the palm of my hand.
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:46 AM   #15
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I make what my family calls "Lazy Golumpki" but not in a crock pot, it is finished in the oven. Here is the "recipe" if you want to try it in the CP.

Diced onion
bacon fat (or oil)
ground beef (or any ground meat mixture)
cooked white rice
stewed tomatoes
salt and pepper

Cook the ground beef until done, drain and set aside.

Par-boil the rice, drain and set aside (you want it only partially cooked since it will cook more in the assembled dish.)

In a LARGE skillet, heat the oil and saute the onion then add the shredded cabbage, salt and pepper and cook until thThanks Dave, I'm more of a cabbage perde cabbage begins to soften.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Mix the cabbage, rice, ground beef and stewed tomatoes together. Taste and season as needed. Put the mixture in a LARGE casserole or baking dish, cover and bake for 45 - 60 minutes.

This is my Gram's recipe and she "cooks by site" and that's how I learned to make this dish so I can't really give amounts. It also depends on how large the head of cabbage is and whether you are more of a filling person or cabbage person.
Hi Dave,
I'm more of a cabbage person DH will jump on this filling. So I'm cut it back a little and both of us will smile after we eat dinner. Thanks
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Old 12-01-2012, 03:54 PM   #16
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cp = crock pot

I've had cabbage rolls deconstructed into a soup, it was fabulous.

I'd just shred the cabbage mix it will all of the other ingredients (casserole style) and let it cook that way in the crockpot or covered up in the oven.
Bingo! That would work. Forget about the layering and just treat it like a soup/stew. Spooned over some rice that would be great! I think I will forgo the gingersnaps and stuck with the traditional spice blend. We'll crumble the gingersnaps over vanilla ice cream as God intended.

Thanks much.
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