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  1. #26
    Super Member LindaR's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    I made them using the micro for yrs,till a neighbor told me to freeze the head of cabbage.
    Works great.I just put it in freezer the day before,remove from freezer the next morn & as it thaws,it gets limp.Just cut off the leaves you need & stuff.
    I had heard of this too but didn't think ahead LOL,

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    when I was 1st married-husband said he'd like some cabbage rolls,-asked around-was told it was "like your mom's spanish rice wrapped up in cabbage w/tomato sauce over it. so totally cooked S.rice wrapped it in raw cabbage, & simmered it, totally fell apart. ADDED TOOTHPICKS,still too loose. someone said add an EGG as a binder. cooked the rice mix, cooled it, added an EGG, still had no luck rolling.THEN I got a HUNGARIAN landlord, who invited me down so I could figure out what I was doing wrong.Imagine my surprise to learn the meat& rice were raw & the CABBAGE was cooked! --made adding that EGG alot easier!That was 40 years ago- alot easier to make now! Don't cook the rice anymore, either! LOL!!-needless to say I grew up hillybilly & we didn't make those!

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    Super Member wanda lou's Avatar
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    sounds so good, i have not made cabbage rolls in years.

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    Super Member Wanabee Quiltin's Avatar
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    Thanks for the tip. We love cabbage rolls in the winter. I cook totally different for the summer months.

    Also you can cook corn on the cob in the microwave too. I put all my ears in a zip lock bag and add several T of water, zip part way and cook about 7 min per bag. My daughter wraps hers in wax paper and cooks it about that long too, absolutely delicious.

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