The real deal, inspired by my family’s Polish recipe, is that the easiest method to form the simplest dish rolls. Rice and lean beef are full of fresh cabbage leaves then cooked during a delicious sweet spaghetti sauce .
The perfect one-pot dinner that matches perfectly within the freezer!
I have tons of memories of food once I was young. Things like petite marmite , pickled eggs…. stuff my grandfather wont to make right along . I remember him walking round the kitchen for hours on end, sitting within the kitchen watching all the action. I’m not really sure i might like anything he was making… Am i right ?
Like fried cabbage and dish rolls…or halobuki…..that’s what we call them. (Or Golabki or Galumpkis….because i do know people that call them too!)
- 1 head of cabbage
- 2 pounds minced meat
- 2 grated onions
- 1 cup rice
- Salt, pepper, coriander
- tomato sauce
- Quince 1 piece
- Boil cabbage, mix meat, onions, rice, salt, pepper, chopped coriander.
- Take a leaf of cabbage, put the minced meat and roll it into cabbage rolls. Put the cabbage rolls during a saucepan, cover with a plate, put quince slices on top of the rolls, pour spaghetti sauce .
- Cook until tender.