I learned how to make stuffed cabbages from my mother-in-law early on in my marriage. I know that stuffed cabbages is golabki in the Polish term but upon further googling, I learned that it’s also called golubtsy in Russia, holubtsi in Ukraine, and töltött káposzta in Hungary. I have made stuffed cabbages a lot of time albeit too far in between because as easy at it is, the process is really tedious. For me anyway. I can’t say for certain that I’ve made this dish following an authentic recipe. I’ve made it using my mother-in-law’s instructions, and knowing the basic essentials for the filling which are ground meat, rice, and chopped onions, plus the cabbage and tomato based sauce. Depending on how experimental you are in the kitchen, you can probably think of other things to add to the filling.
This golabki recipe has chopped mushrooms in it. I also simmered the stuffed cabbages in the stove instead of using the crock-pot.
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