10/9/17

Crock Pot Lazy Cabbage Rolls #Crocktober

Crock pot Cabbage Rolls! Well almost!  Here we have the wonderful taste of cabbage rolls, but in an easy to throw together slow cooker recipe. Just layer the ingredients in the crock pot and set it to go! 
Cabbage Rolls Recipe

It's #Croctober and several bloggers are joining together to share crockpot recipes that will warm up your family as the chill comes on and inspire your menu planning!

The original recipe I shared back in 2013, and it is one of my most popular searched out recipes! I am resharing it again here, in a new recipe card format! Much easier to view and print! 

Jan's Tips: It  has that wonderful traditional cabbage roll taste and does not need changing, however My husband is diabetic and the tomato soup and ketchup has a bit too much sugar for him, so I substitute out my own homemade marinara sauce to replace the soup and ketchup.  (I still add water, but reduce it by about 14 oz. since my marinara sauce is more water based than the condensed soup.) 

Okay Okay.. confessional: I also do half ground beef, half  sausage!.

This makes a TON! We are empty nesters now so I  cut it in half and we had enough for dinner plus lunch for both of us the next day.

Hope you enjoy it!




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Crock Pot Lazy Cabbage Rolls
The taste of cabbage rolls without all the work! The ease of crock pot cooking makes this dish even better!
Ingredients
  • 2 lbs. lean ground beef
  • 4 cups cabbage chopped
  • 1 medium onion diced
  • 5 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 2 rice, (uncooked) brown or white
  • 1 large can (28 oz) stewed tomato chunks
  • 2 cans tomato soup
  • 2 1/2 empty tomato soup cans of water
  • 1/4 cup ketchup
  • 4 tbsp. worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tbsp. dry mustard powder
Instructions
Brown ground beef in a non-stick pan, drain any fat and season with salt and pepper.Place half of the cabbage on the bottom of your crock pot. Add the cooked ground beef on top. Add the onion and uncoooked rice.In a bowl, mix together remaining ingredients and pour over top of rice.
Add remaining cabbage on top, place the lid on, turn on high for 3 hours or on low for 5 hours.To Serve:
Mix all the layers together by giving it a good stir and you are ready to eat!


Now onto the rest of our great #Crocktober Recipes!
Enjoy!



6 comments:

  1. I often make stuffed cabbage casseroles but have never thought to use the crockpot. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  2. What a great way to do stuffed cabbage! It's so much easier than trying to roll it all up!

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  3. Can you believe I've never had stuffed cabbage? I'm going to try your version!

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  4. I'm all for being lazy! Much better than wasting time wrapping those little bundles up over and over again! Sounds fantastic!

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  5. You brought me right back to my childhood with these. My mother always use to make them when I was a kid and while I turned up my nose then, I look forward to the meal now. Can't wait to bring this recipe to my family dinner table!

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  6. Great tips. Thanks for your article

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