Ingredients

How to make it

  • Cook brown rice first, while you’re shredding your cabbage, etc. It should stand and get almost cool before you build the casserole.
  • Combine first five ingredients in a large sauce pan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for five minutes.
  • Place half of rice in a greased two quart casserole, then top with half of cabbage mixture. Repeat layers.
  • Combine remaining ingredients, stirring well and sprinkle over casserole. Bake at 375 degrees F. for 45 mins.

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  • dutchie326 2 years ago
    I am going to try this one.
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  • lagoulue 3 years ago
    Hi Tamief, thanks for your nice comments and great ideas. I can't wait to try your innovations: spiced tomatoes and red cabbage! (Those pepperidge farm croutons really are good, amiright?)
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  • luckybastard 3 years ago
    sucks 8=D
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    " It was excellent "
    tamief ate it and said...
    I made this last night. I used Italian spiced tomatoes, added a clove of garlic and red cabbage. I used the oversized peppridge farm croutons. It came out delish! Next time though I'm going to use china black rice instead and only cook to al dente so it doesn't mush out during the baking. Thanks for posting this! I've wanted to learn so great tasting veggie dishes. ^_^
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  • Crisssssstopher 3 years ago
    i wanna try this soon
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    " It was excellent "
    Yamum12345 ate it and said...
    like eating crap it was so crap i wanted crap
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  • lagoulue 4 years ago
    Thanks, cswindoll -- hope you like this! The chorizo idea sounds great to me. If you're going to use ground beef, you should probably saute it lightly before mixing it in with the tomatoes and cabbage, so it will have a bit of texture. Let me know how it turns out!
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  • cswindoll 4 years ago
    I will be making this one this weekend. we love cabbage and it is nice to find a different way of cooking it. since I see people commenting about adding some type of meat, I think I will try chorizo or lean ground beef. Can't wait to try
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    " It was good "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Wonderful dish, thank you for the post for the frugal foodies. Yum.
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    awsome tasty recipe made it thanks high5 good.
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    " It was excellent "
    jett2whit ate it and said...
    sounds like my kind of meal....cheap & good!
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  • lagoulue 5 years ago
    Hi Cattrix, thanks for your comments. I agree, this recipe would be very good adapted for low sodium. Just substitute "low-salt packed" canned tomatoes for the regular kind, and either omit or reduce the salt. (You might also want to increase the chopped onion, and saute it lightly before adding it -- the savor of sauteed onion might "round out" the flavors in the absence of salt.) Let me know if you try it and how it turns out!
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  • cattrix 5 years ago
    Oh this sounds GOOD! I love cabbage and tomatoes, I am on a special diet and this looks like it would be great as low sodium also.
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  • sday5 5 years ago
    Sounds good and also healthy. Love cabbage!!
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    " It was excellent "
    invisiblechef ate it and said...
    Hi again, the only difference I made to your recipe was to add bratwursts, that I had cut up and then cooked. This was surprisingly good, and I'm going to be making it quite a bit now. I came across this recipe looking up cabbage in the pantry, since I had some and didn't know what to do with it, also already had the left over brown rice so it was perfect for what I had on hand. Great recipe!
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  • lagoulue 6 years ago
    Hi, Invisiblechef -- glad you like my recipe! I'm not at all a purist, and I think some sausage would be very good with this dish. Why not try kielbase (in keeping with the Polish-Ukrainian theme the dish was nominated for)?
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    " It was excellent "
    invisiblechef ate it and said...
    I'm making this for dinner tonight, glad to have come across it. I have to add sausage or my husband would just die- no meat? WHAT?

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  • nemo 6 years ago
    This is interesting and sounds yummy!
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  • darbar 6 years ago
    Sounds interesting, cheap and delicious! I may try it with Panko bread crumbs for the crunchy stuff! Thanks!
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  • lagoulue 6 years ago
    Thanks, Chefg, I'm glad you liked it. It's one of my favorites.
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