Whether it's cabbage stuffed with vegetables, wild rice, and turkey, or the traditional Polish way with beef or pork and rice, these imaginative stuffed cabbage recipes will appease your comfort food craving.See Popular Stuffed Cabbage Recipes
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Let the whole family get wrapped up in making this dish by having everyone roll the "presents" before baking.
Turn to this old-fashioned favorite when you're looking for a ground beef dinner. Wrap cabbage leaves around a ground beef mixture, smother in spaghetti sauce, and bake.
Raisins and brown sugar sweeten bottled marinara sauce while a splash of lemon juice adds tartness that complements these bean-and-rice-filled cabbage rolls, cooked slowly in a crockery cooker.
Lean ground turkey and brown rice seasoned with fresh dill and caraway seeds makes a moist filling for these stuffed cabbage rolls. They're baked in a combination of tomato sauce, lemon juice and honey for the familiar sweet-and-sour flavor typical of the dish.
I never thought of myself as someone who likes cabbage. The thick, white leaves and lettuce-like rotundity doesn't inspire a lot of passion. But for a bunch of weeks I had tons of it, in every variety, in my weekly CSA box, and I tried a bevy of recipes to see what I could make of it.
Let seasonal veggies take center stage in these creative recipes that go beyond just stuffed peppers.
There's a big difference between a food that can be grilled and a food that's meant to be grilled. Take bratwurst: this sausage is tasty regardless of the preparation, but when grilled, bratwurst really reaches its full flavor potential. The skin becomes deliciously crisp while the interior stays juicy and succulent.
Ask our kids to whip up a dish, and you can pretty much count on them ripping open a box of mac and cheese. But that doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of other children out there with some serious culinary chops -- at least 54 of them, to be exact, who got to chill with the first lady yesterday at the Kids' State Dinner at the White House. Back in May, we wrote about the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, a contest for 8- to 12-year-olds held by Michelle Obama's Let's Move!
What would lunch be without sandwiches? They're essential to our weekdays and weekends, letting us grab food on the run and get right back to work or play. Problem is, it gets easy to fall into a rut, getting that same old plain-Jane tuna salad or turkey sandwich day after day.
I used to love collecting chestnuts at this time of year with my family and remember how we painstakingly roasted and peeled them. You, too, can make roasted chestnuts at home, like we did. But I used the word "painstakingly" for a reason.
Swiss chard is so dark darker darkest green that you just know it's one of the healthiest vegetables you can eat -- packed with vitamins. It's even greener than spinach, and that's saying a lot. But chard is firmer than spinach, too, which means it's harder to saute.
These 15 chicken recipes are all unexpected dishes that showcase just how much fun chicken can be.
This Thanksgiving, let's all be grateful for the inventor of the slow cooker. Because after the marathon of cooking required to create a Thanksgiving feast, an easy slow-cooker meal is the greatest gift of all. In fact, stress-free slow-cooker recipes are ideal throughout the holiday season.
The wearing of the green surely does make Irish eyes smile. And, yes, St. Patrick's Day brings out the green (not with envy) in anyone with a soft spot for the patron saint of the Emerald Isle.
Apple-pie lovers and just plain Apple-anything fans, this is your year. There's a bumper crop this autumn, according to Breezy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill, which grows some 200 varieties of apples in New York's Hudson Valley. Since there are apples aplenty, from the iconic Red Delicious and Granny Smith to the offbeat and utterly delicious varieties with dainty names like Cameo (a newish variety) and Maiden's Blush (a heritage apple), there's never been a better time to stretch your apple dessert repertoire beyond pie.