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Casseroles make weeknight dinners a whole lot easier to put together. This Stuffed Cabbage Casserole is on the leaner and healthier side but still packs a nice cheesy and savory flavor. You have to love one-pot dinners that are ready in half an hour, taste great, and give you plenty of vitamins, dietary fiber, and lean protein without overdoing the less-healthy stuff. Suffice it to say, I will be making this one again. It’s a good go-to meal for the busier days, and of course a one-pot dinner means less cleanup afterwards!
Whenever I have more time I use fresh onion, garlic and herbs instead of powders, but it’ll be delicious either way. I also like to make a larger portion so that I’ll have enough leftovers for the next couple of days – they reheat beautifully so that’ll make lunch so much easier for me!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Wonky Wonderful
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