This is a GREAT recipe. My ex-mother-inlaw used to make them this way. I never really had the recipe though. As an FYI to anyone who thinks this is too much work, you can make whats called Lazy Piggies by adding 2 eggs to meat mixture and roll into large porcupine balls, then lay some raw cabbage leafs on bottom of roaster, then porcupine balls then the rest of the cut up cabbage and place on top of meatballs. Next add the sauerkraut, sugar and bacon. Pour the sauce on top, cover and bake 2-3 hrs or until cabbage is tender. To fix a watery sauce, I just add more soup. This is great when you don't have a lot of time to roll the piggies. Thanks for the recipe Kelly.
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This is a GREAT recipe. My ex-mother-inlaw used to make them this way. I never really had the...