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Just a Few Easy Steps to a Filling, Yummy Meal
If you are looking for a healthier alternative to the usual heavy casserole options for dinner, try these Lean Beef Cabbage Rolls! They’re packed with fiber, lean protein, and great flavor, and they’re easy enough to make for a midweek meal. Not to mention they are so delicious that no-one is going to think of them as “health food”! I actually have always liked cabbage, in cole slaw or even relatively plain (as in corned beef and cabbage), but I know that it isn’t exactly everyone’s favorite vegetable – or favorite food, period.
In this form, however, even some of the staunchest cabbage critics will enjoy it. Moreover, though the ground beef used here is extra-lean, the dish has great multi-dimensional savory flavor. And you can switch it up by using ground chicken or turkey instead!
I’ve actually used ground turkey in mine before and the family couldn’t even tell the difference. It turned out really nice and only contained half the fat. What a score!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Mrs. Happy Homemaker
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Quick tip: Use whole grain brown rice for an even healthier option.