Thursday, March 19, 2015

Grandma Aniela's Cabbage Rolls (Golabki)

I don't call cabbage rolls "golabki" (go-who-m-bkey) because it means "little doves" and holy crud, who on earth wants to think about boiling little doves?

Not me.

Especially not when Daddy has had pet doves for the past 10 years. So, no. Cabbage rolls they shall remain.

Here we go!

Here's what you need

*Cabbage leaves
*Ground Beef
*Cinnamon. Yes, cinnamon
*Egg (not pictures because I'm bound to forget one thing)
*Diced Tomatoes
*Tomato Sauce

Here's what you do

*Cook your rice

*Chop your onion

*Rinse and boil your cabbage leaves, and apparently make a cabbage leaf bonnet ;)

*Combine your ground beef and your rice and add spices. Yes, add cinnamon. One tiny shake. It makes a world of difference.

*Roll your meat mixture in your boiled (therefore, softened) cabbage leaves and throw in a crockpot

*Cook on low all day, while you do other stuff (like talk to an orange cat) and when they're done, they'll be delish!

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