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Unstuffed Cabbage Skillet

Unstuffed Cabbage Skillet recipe
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If you love stuffed cabbage but not the hassle of stuffing it, then you'll appreciate the taste and simplicity of this Unstuffed Cabbage Skillet!
30 min
55 min
4 servings
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I seasoned the ground beef with worcestershire sauce, garlic, and season all and I also used itailian style tomatoes and added some crushed red pepper to add a little heat. I used bagged cabbage instead of fresh and I substituted pearled barley for the brown rice. It turned out FANTASTIC!! My 5 year-old was asking for more. I will definitely be making this one again.
It was just ok, nothing special. I would make it again, but my husband said he wouldn't want to eat it again.
Excellent and so easy! Reheats very well. I use Italian style tomatoes for added flavor.
I've made this recipe a few times. I think the flavor of the dish is good, it's a nutritious meal, and it's easy to prepare. When I make this recipe, instead of shredding a head of cabbage, I use a bag of cole slaw purchased from the produce dept. It saves me time in the kitchen (cooking and cleaning up), and I get the little added bonus of having some shredded carrots in the dish as well.
This recipe pops up often on my menu. It's easy and flavorful and tastes just like stuffed cabbage rolls, only it takes less time to prepare.
My husband LOVED this! It's a bit more time consuming than many other skillet dishes, but worth it. Cheap, low cal, low fat, and pretty nutritious too!!
This recipe worked out very well. My 3 & 5 yr olds even liked it. I did add some grated cheddar cheese on top to entice them a bit more. But that worked out well for everyone. I also varied the recipe by adding 2 10oz cans of diced tomatoes w/ chiles. This gave it a nice bite in the background that even the kids liked.
I'm not a big fan of cabbage but my husband is. When I make this again I will use less cabbage and probably add some Italian Sausage and more rice. It was sort of bland in my opinion.
I was needed different recipes for using ground beef and decided to try this out. It was good and hearty, a nice pick for winter. I would suggested maybe using 2 spice packets, my dish was a little bland. I would make it again. I used red and green cabbage, it made it look like a party in the skillet.
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