Monday, November 22, 2010

Crockpot Swedish Cabbage Rolls


Swedish Cabbage Rolls

This popular recipe has been updated and moved to the Margy Meanders blog. Please click here. -- Margy

8 comments:

  1. Um, sounds yummy. Looks yummy, too.
    Years ago, a friend of mine tried an experiment with cabbage rolls. He decided, because he liked chili and liked cabbage rolls, to fill the cabbage with chili and roll it up. He said it was a complete failure. Apparently, the flavors did NOT go well together.
    However, I'm sure your thyme and Italian seasoning would be quite tasty, Margy.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  2. Hi Kay - We just finished eating them. They were really good. I'll make them again for sure, including the extra spices. Sounds like chili cabbage rolls won't be on my list to try. - Margy

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  3. These ssound great and as soon as I have a kitchen again I am going to try them, using quorn instead of beef of course. Thank you for the recipe x

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  4. There you go again Fran. I had to look up quorn - that was new to me. I see it is a meat substitute. That will probably be just as tasty and a whole lot healthier. - Margy

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  5. Sorry Margy, that was totally unintentional! Quorn is a meat substitute made from some sort of fungi. Although it sounds revolting it is actually very good and means that I can cook meals that my meat-eating hubbie will happily eat x

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  6. They look wonderful, I love cabbage rolls but I don't often make them. How is the weather down your way? The news reported Bellingham was hit quite hard with winds, snow and frigid temps.

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  7. Those look so good, Margy. I will have to try those with the last head of cabbage I harvested last week. Yummy.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

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  8. Oh, that sounds good! There's nothing like a crockpot meal when it's cold outside. I use mine at least twice a week in the winter! I'm not sure I have any recipes to share, though, since I often just throw stuff in there and see what happens! Hey, it usually works. I often make vegetarian chili with lots of different beans-- black, pinto, cannellini, kidney, garbanzo-- and onion, bell pepper, diced tomatoes, chili powder, garlic powder, and salt, and then the secret ingredients that make it the best chili ever-- bbq sauce and beer. Just made it last night, in fact! Yum.

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