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Sweet & Sour Cabbage Rolls

October/November 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (37 votes)

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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was a great healthy recipe. The only thing for me was that I ran short on sauce by the time it was done cooking. There was not much at all left. Maybe something that I did wrong. Otherwise, I loved it. Will make it again for sure. "

16 Reviews for Sweet & Sour Cabbage Rolls

09/21/2009
Anonymous

Nice dish. An alternattive instead of ground beef (we are afterall trying to reduce the bad stuff) is ground buffalo. It tastes very much like beef and is even better for you than ground turkey.

Anonymous, New York, NY

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I usually stay away from ground turkey, so will alternatively use very lean ground beef. Sounds like a great cold weather treat!

Anonymous, Charlottesville, VA

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crtt63 wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

Sounds like you haven't tried this recipe yet. Why rate something you haven't made????

09/21/2009
Anonymous

Delicious. My boyfriend loved them! I couldn't find any no salt tomato sauce in the grocery store, so I went for a roasted-garlic regular tomato sauce by Hunts. A light but still a very hearty meal.

Anonymous, Halifax, NS

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I thought this recipe needed salt. My husband thought it would have been tastier made with ground beef instead of turkey. It does freeze well.

Anonymous, Bellingham, WA

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

The sauce turned out a little runny, and I would use a bit less caraway seed next time.

Anonymous, green oaks, IL

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