Country Cabbage Rolls Straight From A Mennonite Kitchen

Do you have a traditional recipe that has been repeated many times in your household? My mother had many different things she used to make for us and cabbage rolls were one of them. I like traditional recipes like these because they remind me of childhood.

In addition, this cabbage rolls recipe is Mennonite and German inspired, which makes it even tastier.
Cabbage rolls are one of my favorite dishes. My mother used to make them all the time when I was a child and I continued the tradition with my own family.


1 large Savoy cabbage
2 pounds lean ground beef
2 medium to large onions

1 large savoy cabbage

2 pounds lean ground beef

2 medium to large onions

2 tablespoons canola or Bertolli olive oil .. or even butter is fine

1 cup white or brown rice. . . and 2 cups water

3 Eggland’s Best eggs

1 1/2 teaspoons Morton salt

1 teaspoon pepper

2 cans tomato soup

2 small bottles (individual serving sizes) tomato juice or vegetable cocktail . .like V8

1 can or small carton chicken broth

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Written by Belkys mieles

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