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1. Heat oven to 350F. 2. Remove core from cabbage. Place whole head in a large pot filled with boiling, salted water (I use a fork and tongs). Cover ...

This dish takes a lot of time but it's worth it! Boil ham hock in water in covered pan. Quickly boil cabbage to make leaves soft (bring to boil, then ...

To blanch cabbage leaves, core the cabbage head and insert large meat fork in center. Place head in boiling water in dutch oven for a few seconds ...

Grease large casserole with butter. Fry bacon until crisp. Remove from pan. Add ground beef and onion, brown slightly. Salt and pepper and (garlic, ...

Mix all ingredients (except juice and cabbage) together. Roll into small balls and wrap with cabbage leaves or can use sour head of cabbage. Layer ...

Place cabbage in large pan of boiling water, removing as much core as possible. Cook for about 15 minutes or until leaves soften. Do not overcook. ...

Cook lamb products ... from liver in Sarma style. Place in baking dish. Beat eggs, add a little milk and salt; pour mixture over Sarmas and bake in oven.

I double the sauce recipe. Combine raw meat, salt, rice, onions, and 1 can tomato sauce. Mix together with hands. Boil cabbage leaves. Put meat ...

Half fill a soup pot with water and vinegar. Bring water to a boil. Cut core out of the cabbage. Put cabbage into boiling water, core side down. ...

Prepare meat. Mix all ingredients and mix together by hand. Let set and season. 1 slice salt pork, chopped 1 head cabbage 1 pkg. sauerkraut 1 can ...

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