Roasted Cabbage Rolls

  • elsinore51 Posted: 02/13/10
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    I followed the recipe exactly (not the norm for me!) because I wanted to see how it turned out before I started tinkering with it. All of my family agreed that it was very bland; it's as if the ground turkey neutralized all the other wonderful ingredients. The only bites that were flavorful were those that had the glaze on them but there weren't enough of them. I think you would need to double the glaze and use something other than turkey to make this a flavorful and moist dish.

  • KathJB Posted: 09/08/09
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    This is a wonderful recipe. We are getting a lot of cabbage from our CSA so I am looking for fun ways to prepare it. I made this to freeze but the aroma of it was so compelling that I had to slice a taste of it and it was delicious. I followed the recipe pretty closely. Used fresh sage in place of the rubbed. It does take a while to prepare but as a previous reviewer mentioned--its fun. The first time you make cabbage rolls it seems daunting but believe me it gets easier. I almost always make them ahead and reheat them the next day or after freezing. I plan to serve these with a barley pilaf and either ginger/mustard glazed carrots or sauteed spinach.

  • 2ndRowSista Posted: 08/11/09
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    Not sure why some of the other reviewers didn't like the taste, but we thought it was fabulous! The sauce with the bacon really makes the dish, ok so I cheated and used 6 slices of bacon...but even the flavors inside the rolls were great! But WARNING: You need to start making this 2 hours before you plan to eat! It's not hard, just a lot of cooking time.

  • karengra Posted: 05/14/10
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    Nice recipe, the flavors work well together. www.EntertainingRecipes.org

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