Cabbage rolls are popular in Eastern Europe but there are also recipes originating from Asia and the Middle East that are equally tasty and easy to prepare.
Cabbage leaves stuffed with mince, onion and rice, covered in a sweet and tangy tomato sauce and cooked in a slow cooker.
Crunchy water chestnuts are combined with minced pork, soy sauce, fresh ginger and five-spice powder to make a flavoursome, Chinese-style filling for fresh green cabbage leaves. Serve with steamed white rice and a simple salad for a quick and easy family meal.
These are very tasty cabbage rolls with lots of Middle Eastern flavours including almonds, sultanas, cumin and cinnamon.
Ground meat rolled in cabbage leaves and baked in a tomato sauce are a popular Polish entree. This version is very easy to make.
Stuffed cabbage rolls are a popular dish in Eastern Europe and are a great comfort food in autumn and winter. You can substitute fresh garlic for powdered if you like.
Cabbage leaves are precooked and stuffed with a minced meat, tomato and rice filling. Great comfort food!
Cabbage rolls that use TVP instead of meat. They have onion, red capsicum and garlic. Cabbage rolls take a bit of time to make but are worth the effort.
The ultimate comfort food, this cabbage rolls recipes combines both beef and pork mince but you can make it with one or the other if you prefer.
Cabbage rolls are a simple and satisfying meal that go very well with mashed potatoes. Use beef mince, pork mince or a combination.
These cabbage rolls featuring quinoa, carrots, dill, beef and pork mince are baked in a sauerkraut-tomato sauce for a hearty meal. Beef and pork mince can be replaced with lamb, chicken or veal mince if you prefer.