One-Pot Unstuffed Cabbage
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 1-1/4 hours
For those freaking out about the raisins - note that those are a traditional German ingredient. Omit if you don't like them. I'm German and I personally don't care for them either! But I love this soup; I've been making a variation of it for years. Instead of rice, I make dumplings. It's delish.
I have made a soup like this for years with one minor change so that I can make large batches and freeze it. Instead of meatballs I use loose browned beef and omit the rice. Then when I use from the freezer I add the rice for a totally deconstructed cabbage roll soup. NO raisins..lol
I didn’t come anywhere near 36 meatballs, but this was still yummy. I thought the raisins were a weird addition, but they added a nice different flavor.
Was so goodd
I'm Poland Polish and golombki never has raisins or lemon juice in it - thought I'd try this without it to take a short-cut. Won't make it again and will stick to the old school golombki.
Loved the One-Pot idea for this. The taste was yummy.... a cozy comfort food on a cool night! I left out the raisins. My husband loved it the first night and again warmed over.
This was a hit with my family. Delicious just the way it is, and simple to assemble. I wouldn't change a thing! Will definitely make again.
I made this today and WOW! What an excellent recipe! My father in law is German and he will love this when I bring him some tomorrow. I doubled the recipe and I also added diced potatoes to it and chopped garlic to the meatballs. After adding the cabbage I added some salt and pepper. I also only used about 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice. (not a fan of lemon juice lol) My husband totally loved this dish. He said it reminded him of his grandmother's cabbage soup. I posted and shared this recipe on Facebook, I highly recommend it! Very good recipe. My husband said as he was eating it, "you can make this again!" Thank you for sharing it Mrs. Bernard Snow! =)
Loved this, great family dinner. I will use this often.
Yummy, great comfort food on a cold night, easy to make and low fat. This was my first try, and I didn't change a thing. I will definitely make this again, but would reduce the amount of lemon juice and probably omit he raisins and add some sugar instead like others have suggested. I imagine it would be good with pork or sausage.