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    Super Member LindaR's Avatar
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    my sons garden has the best cabbage ready now, so sweet and young. I had heard somewhere that you could "wilt" cabbage for rolls in the micro...called the girl and she wasn't home. SO I wrapped the whole head after taking out the core in seran wrap and put it in the micro for 6 min. OH MY, the head just fell apart. Couldn't believe it, had those cabbage rolls all done without having to boil water etc to roll. They were so good.... :thumbup:

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    Thanks for the tip, my honey loves cabbage rolls, i hate them. I dont even like cabbage, but he's worth it!

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    interesting.. I'll have to try this!

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    Thanks for the tip! I love making cabbage rolls.

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    Great tip!! Thanks!

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    that's new to me!! learn something new every day.

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    Good tip I love cabbage rolls.

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    Good idea. Heard you could freeze the whole cabbage, too.

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    Would love to have the recipe, Please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammyj
    Would love to have the recipe, Please.
    this is the way I make them,

    1 can tomato soup + 1/2 can water
    1 can chopped tomators with seasonings
    mix together

    mix 1 # hamburger, 1 egg and 1 package of rice mix (chicken, beef, mexican etc.) I use mexican. Add about 1 cup of the tomato mixture and mix thoroughly. I put the cabbage after taking it from the micro and put it in the sink and run cold water over it so I can handle it. I put a layer of tomato mixture and cut up cabbage I can't use to roll in the bottom of my slow cooker...put rolled cabbage on top and put the rest of the tomato on top. about 4 hours on high and no HOT kitchen :thumbup:

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