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    Kohl Und Hackfleisch (german cabbage casserole)




    **WINNER: Most Unique Recipe August 2013**

    I'm back with another German recipe This was SOOO good, Dave and I both ate way too much of this last night! I used ground beef and followed the directions as follows.

    Ingredients:

    1 lb lean ground turkey or 1 lb ground beef, have all worked well or 1 lb ground pork or 1 cup bulgur (2.5 cups cooked, also known as cracked wheat) or 1 lb ground chicken, have all worked well

    1 medium onion

    1 garlic clove, minced, more if desired

    2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded

    1/2 cup sour cream

    1 medium cabbage, chopped

    1/2 cup unseasoned breadcrumbs

    salt and pepper to taste

    1 t caraway seeds

    Directions:

    1) Brown meat, onion and garlic until meat is no longer pink and onion has turned clear.

    2) Drain grease from pan and discard.

    3) Add cabbage and cover.

    4) Cook until cabbage is clear.

    5) Add cheese and sour cream mixing well.

    6) Pour all into greased casserole and top with bread crumbs.

    7) Bake at 375 for 40 minutes.
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    Last edited by bullmama; 09-19-2013 at 02:58 PM.

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    Re: Kohl Und Hackfleisch (german cabbage casserole)




    Sounds good but I don't think the cabbage would go over well with daddy. Lol

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    Re: Kohl Und Hackfleisch (german cabbage casserole)




    I think I've found what I am doing with that little cabbage head tonight...
    Thank you!

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    Slightly adjusted... I didn't have carroway seeds. Used my latest favorite of Fire Smoked Chili Powder. Texas-ized it?
    (The two towns closest to me a New Braunfels and Gruene... so I think German translates into Texan pretty well!)

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    ... Cabbage with seasoning, ready for the pan.

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    Limping the cabbage.

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    Without the topping, His & Hers... dear Hubby wanted kielbasa sausage, I didn't.

    I'll post the finished product in 40 minutes!
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    Re: Kohl Und Hackfleisch (german cabbage casserole)




    Um. Yeah. Well, I had good intentions of picturing the finished product... but Dear Hubby got in the kitchen before me & my phone/camera.

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    I guess this clarifies how tasty it was? :blush3:

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    Re: Kohl Und Hackfleisch (german cabbage casserole)




    Love the picture of the empty dish. Love hubbies! My husband would love this. We both love cabbage. I will try it with the cracked wheat. I am a big fan of the bulgur. I have cracked wheat, coarse bulgur, medium grain bulgur, fine bulgur. Bulgur is a better source of protein than quinoa. I also use it instead of rice a lot.
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    Re: Kohl Und Hackfleisch (german cabbage casserole)




    Quote Originally Posted by threeovens View Post
    Love the picture of the empty dish. Love hubbies! My husband would love this. We both love cabbage. I will try it with the cracked wheat. I am a big fan of the bulgur. I have cracked wheat, coarse bulgur, medium grain bulgur, fine bulgur. Bulgur is a better source of protein than quinoa. I also use it instead of rice a lot.
    I used about 1/3 lb (? three sausages) of keilbasa sausage for DH, and none for my side. It was good even without a high-protein source...

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    Re: Kohl Und Hackfleisch (german cabbage casserole)




    I think we would like this will have to try soon!

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