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Easy Layered Cabbage Casserole

Easy Layered Cabbage Casserole recipe
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Casseroles are easy. Stuffing cabbage is hard. In this recipe, you get stuffed cabbage flavor with casserole simplicity. (You're welcome!)
time
prep:
35 min
total:
1 hr 35 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
3/21/2013
I have made this twice already. The first time I didn't have tomato (and didn't feel like going to the store)so I used canned spaghetti. This made the casserole more like my mom made cabbage rolls. The second time I used regular tomato soup because I could not find cream of tomato soup. Both times it turned out wonderful. This recipe is definitely a "keeper" for me.
posted:
11/29/2012
5 STARS...Passed the test with flying colors from my Serbian (Yugoslavian) boyfriend who was raised on Sarma (cabbage rolls with beef filling). I doubled the ground beef to make the dish meatier (after reading a previous review, thank-you) and added red pepper flakes to spice it up a notch. Tasted even better the day after and is easy to freeze leftovers. The BF said I can make this dish anytime!!!
posted:
11/8/2012
I would add a can of tomato paste next time. It was a little bland. Instead of shredding cabbage, I just bought the cole slaw cabbage preshredded with carrots in it also.
posted:
10/22/2012
I have made my own version for a long time. I use old fashioned tomato rice soup and only 1 soup can water.
posted:
10/19/2012
This is a satisfying casserole. I made it with condensed tomato instead of cream of tomato soup. The meat mixture was a little too thin even after I cooked it for a few minutes. I knew it would be in the oven for a while, so I didn't worry about it. I just put the layers together. I think I'll try it with tomato puree next time. It needed a little more tomato flavor.
posted:
9/7/2012
I made this for the first time a few days ago and it came out good, my picky 11 year old son even liked it and asked when I could make it again. I like another cook couldn't find Cream of Tomato soup so I used Condensed tomato soup. When using the condensed soup make sure you cook meat mixture for about 15 minutes stirring every few minutes so that it can thicken up a bit because if you don't you will have a soupy mess, once it is done cooking let it sit for a few minutes so that it can continue to thicken and then follow directions to layer. Definetly season your meat and cabbage well or it will come out bland.
posted:
3/14/2012
This casserole was quite tasty. I sauteed the onions for a few minutes before adding the cabbage because I don't like any kind of crunch to my onions. Added a bit of garlic powder to the meat. Should've added a bit of salt. Couldn't find cream of tomato soup anywhere, so I used regular condensed tomato soup. It took me a while to make it, but it was well worth it. It came out great!
posted:
12/10/2011
I love this recipe and so does my husband. I make it weekly we like it so much. Instead of shredding the cabbage I just use 2 bags of shredded coleslaw. Works wonderful.
posted:
10/15/2011
We enjoyed this very much and I used a little more seasonings to my taste and a bit more dressing.I love anything cabbage though.Froze single serve leftovers for a quick meal for my husband to grab when he works evenings.
posted:
10/8/2011
This is a delicious and easy casserole. I loved it and will make again. I took some to work and shared with coworkers at lunch time - everyone thought it was great.
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