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Old 11-13-2009, 01:51 PM
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(though I do not understand purpose of milk)
Come to think about it I don't think our family recipe has milk in it either.
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The DW, from Georgia, calls hers Dolma. I can eat like fifty of those things!
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Default Re: Golumpki (stuffed cabbage)

The other night I was in the mood for them, but was feeling lazy.
Lazy Golumpki in the crock pot isn't at all bad!
Same ingredients, just chop the cabbage instead of wrapping, LOL!
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I've got a recipe for Lazy Golumpki.
I'm looking forward to rolling my own though
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My grandmother always put milk in her golumpki, meatloaf and meatballs. Don't ask me why I just followed directions.....lol
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Made some of my family's recipe for Christmas Eve dinner last night. I'm kind of new at it, and they were okay.

Next year they'll be better!

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Just add more sauce next time.
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Made some of my family's recipe for Christmas Eve dinner last night. I'm kind of new at it, and they were okay.

Next year they'll be better!

Lee
Your cabbage rolls look quite same like traditional Finnish recipe of same food:

http://www.dlc.fi/~marian1/gourmet/7_3.htm
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Made a dozen golumpki yesterday to freeze for Christmas week.

I make them much like homecook does, but add chopped rehydrated dried mushrooms, omit the egg (the meat is looser), and omit the tomato sauce (my Polish family did a lot of things differently from most others).

We do put our rolls on top of the chopped extra cabbage, but we top the rolls with slices of raw salt pork.

Bake at 350 for an hour, covered, then under the broiler for a few minutes.

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Holy Cow that looks good!

Where's my Golumpki Girl?
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My mother in law made close to the same recipe. The meat is the same. She made the rolls and then after placing them in a baking dish she'd top with crushed tomatoes and then sauerkraut with the liquid from the jar. She'd add a layer of sliced kielbasa which is a Polish sausage. The whole thing would go into the oven at 350 until done. I see no reason why you couldn't do it in the crock pot. I like to add a small can of tomato sauce.

I serve it with boiled potatoes that I smash with a fork and top with butter. Green beans or a salad complete the sides. Corn is also good.
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Yesterday was cabbage day. We had a head of savory cabbage which the mrs used to make golumpki. Instead of rice she used chopped cabbage to mix with the meat, et al. The meat was a mix of hamburger and fresh ground pork tenderloin she ground with the mixer attachment. I'm not sure what recipe she used but it was excellent.
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Those look so perfect, John!

Looks as if she used Napa cabbage - good idea!

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This cabbage was savory and very similar to Napa.

This is so good I don't know why I don't do it more often.
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This just went down - cabbage casserole or golumpki without the rolls. It's layered like a lasagna. A friend's DIL is from Hungery and this is the way she does it. I used wild rice instead of regular rice so it's paleo/Whole30 compliant.

My recipe for this is a combination homecook's and several I looked at on the net. I added paprika which none mentioned.
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Default Re: Golumpki (stuffed cabbage)

This came out a little dry but was still tasty. The wild rice sucked all the juice out of the dish so next rime I'll use less wild rice and more sauce. I'll also add some chopped cabbage to the mix. The flavors were there and quite good.
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