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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:
12/12/2005
This was excellant. My children enjoyed it. Would absolutely make again.
posted:
12/1/2005
My family loved this. I changed it a little bit. I used half a cup of the dressing and I put 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese on the top layer.
posted:
11/26/2005
I intend to make it tomorrow again. I made it for guests this week, and they loved it!!
posted:
11/18/2005
Our family likes cabbage so I tried this and it was a HUGE hit. It was also very easy and it tasted great left over too.I too changed the recipe after reading the other comments. I used a half cup of Kraft Light Done Right Italian Dressing. This dish is also economical and just plain Yummy!!!
posted:
10/14/2005
we loved this recipe, im trading it for my cabbage roll recipe. i add 1/2 cup of the zesty italian dressing instead of 1/4 cup and top it off with sour cream. cabbage rolls move over.
posted:
10/6/2005
I changed the recipe slightly, because the first time I made it as this recipe calls for my family did not like it. I would love to share my ideas to change up this recipe- In pan with chopped cabbage and onions I used 1 stcik of butter with 1/2 tsp of salt and pepper. I cooked seperatly the meat with some seasoning and parsley, the rice, and the condensed tomato soup which I added milk and 1/4c of flour to help thicken. (I found it dificult to find "cream of tomato soup") I than added together in a pan the cooked meat (drained), rice, and thickened tomato soup mixed it real good while heating. *No water as the original recipe calls for. I than layered into the cassarole dish, once finished with the layers I crushed 1/2 box of original crutons and topped the cassarole with them. This time it was a hit and the family can't wait till the next tiem I make it. I hope these tips will help those of you who did not care for this recipe- for all in all it is a great recipe just needed
posted:
10/6/2005
My husband thought this was o.k., but I did not like it- it does not tast like the stuffed cabbage rolls - more like cabbage rice, my dog Sadie loved it though! I would skip the salad dressing if I ever made anything similar to this....
posted:
9/10/2005
Made this dish tonight and my family loved it. I added a rosemary spice mixture, about 2 tablespoons. We want to try the cabbage cooked in pan with Catalina dressing(without honey) instead of italian. Alsoadd more a little more salt and alot of ground pepper.
posted:
7/25/2005
My family found it bland. Nothing special about it. Probably won't make it again.
posted:
7/9/2005
Took advice and used more dressing - still not very good - just very bland. Won't make again.
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