Ingredients

How to make it

  • Brown beef with onion, drain fat.
  • return to heat and add cabbage, salt and pepper
  • cook until cabbage is soft.
  • mix in sour cream and soup, heat through
  • Cover the bottom of a greased 13x9 baking pan with one pkg of crescnt rolls.
  • Add beef/cabbage mixture
  • Sprinkle with cheese
  • Top with second pkg of crescent rolls
  • Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 min or until top is golden brown

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  • anj 3 years ago
    Wow... since you're from Nebraska, I'm sure you're more familiar with the rest of this story than I am, even though I'm telling it! *grin*
    There was Runza restaurant in my hometown of Sioux City, IA. They sold runzas and some other baked sandwiches I think, but I only remember the runzas. Dad would bring some home and they were soooo good! Then one day the place was gone (it was on a side of town we didn't go often)... and we only found out when we went to buy some runzas. Last I know (and this is years ago) the restaurant had pulled back into Nebraska to regroup. Aha! Here's a link: http://www.runza.com/locations. And here's a little blurb, "Using a cherished family recipe, Sally Everett opened the first Runza® Restaurant near Pioneers Park in Lincoln, Nebraska. That was 1949. Today, there are more than 75 convenient locations to serve you." It looks like the restaurant has grown, just not back into the Sioux City, IA area. Hugs, Anj
    P.S. GR is being weird again. It won't allow me to bookmark this recipe. ARGHHHH... this is one I want! Talk about a comfort food!
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