With so many reviews I almost didn't bother with yet one more but I decided that there are a couple things really worth mentioning. The recipe as written is every good but some changes make it really outstanding. I use the same roaster I plan to bake every thing in on the stove top to cook everything... First, melt a couple tablespoons of butter in the roaster, add cabbage and saute until lightly browned. The flavor of the fried cabbage is delicious! Remove cabbage, add onion and ground beef to the roaster, add the spices you like (I use garlic powder, cayenne, worcheshire and lots of salt and pepper), and brown until cooked. Then stir the cabbage, rice and sauces through all and bake as directed. I always use three cans of tomato soup instead of the tomato sauce because everyone prefers that flavor (or its the flavor they're used to eating with real cabbage rolls) and most times I substitute the beef broth with water... So just tomato soup and water... It's delicious with just that. Sometimes I add more rice and less ground beef as some people prefer the flavor of cabbage rolls that way and it turns out very well. It's a very versatile recipe that can be adjusted easily to suit different tastes! I hope someone actually gets to read this and can make it with those suggestions! :)
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With so many reviews I almost didn't bother with yet one more but I decided that there are a...