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A Meal Doesn’t Get Any Tastier Than This!
It’s amazing how the most delicious meals are always made with the simplest of ingredients. Nothing fancy, no complicated cooking instructions, no exotic spices – just the most incredible flavors ever! This unstuffed cabbage casserole from Coppertop Kitchen is exactly like that. You don’t need to slave away in the kitchen for hours; instead, you’ll get a hearty meal for your whole family with very little effort!
Grandma’s cabbage rolls were always my favorite, but I just don’t have the time to make those very often these days. It’s not difficult to make them, it’s just a little time-consuming and that’s something I try to avoid on weekdays.
With this recipe you’ll get the same, mouthwatering flavors and you can whip this up in no time! You can also double the ingredients for a large crowd, or if you’d like some leftovers. This is one of those meals that only gets better when all the aromas have come together for a day!
My youngest always wants to eat this with ketchup (anyone else think that’s a little weird?) but I prefer having this with a dollop of sour cream and some cranberry jam.
Recipe and image courtesy of Coppertop Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Use ground turkey for a leaner option.