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Mediterranean Couscous Cabbage Rolls

November/December 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4 (45 votes)

We love the subtle flavor of cinnamon with fresh mint in these vegetarian cabbage rolls stuffed with couscous, olives and feta cheese. Don’t worry if your cabbage leaves tear a little when you pull them off the head; they will wrap up just fine. As a precaution you can cook a couple extra leaves and roll two partly overlapping if needed. Serve with roasted butternut squash tossed with olive oil, cinnamon and garlic. To double this recipe, use 2 large skillets and prepare one 4-serving recipe in each.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Loved it even though I skipped the last step (where everything is cooked together). "
Mediterranean Couscous Cabbage Rolls Recipe

15 Reviews for Mediterranean Couscous Cabbage Rolls

01/20/2013
Anonymous

I tried to cut the recipe in half but forgot to cut the cinnamon, sugar, and feta in half. I don't know if that was why I loved this recipe so much or if I would've like it the way it is written. I also didn't add the olives. I would definitely make this recipe again.

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08/23/2012
Anonymous
Did not enjoy this recipe - it was not favorful

Did not enjoy this recipe at all. Would not make again - not much flavor.

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03/16/2012
Anonymous

Being vegetarian for 12 years I love new recipes. This was easy low fat and high protein. I did make it with red quinoa, used an extra clove of garlic (because I love it) and added white pepper and served it with a slice of homemade rosemary bread, but other than that it was wonderful!

Easy to make
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02/25/2011
Very tasty

We cooked this dish with quinoa instead of couscous and loved the outcome. We will definitely make this again.

My husband and I loved the addition of cinnamon in the sauce.
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02/05/2011
Not worth the effort

Bland and lots of work to put together. I won't be making this again.

Healthy
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