Cabbage Rolls With Meat (Guest Post - 1 By Petro)

Petro from The Seaman Mom is our first guest contributor in "Be My Guest With A Guest Post"...

Petro from The Seaman Mom is our first guest contributor in "Be My Guest With A Guest Post". She is one of those amicable persons I have known in the blogging world. I know I can count on her as she is really encouraging and enthusiastic. Do visit her blog to find some wonderful posts which cover wide range of topics and also about her cute little daughter Ellie.You will definitely enjoy reading her blog.
Coming to the guest post, I present to you Petro's recipe "Cabbage Rolls With Meat".


Ingredients:

Pickled Cabbage/ Fresh Cabbage - 2 (medium size)
Chicken / Lamb Meat - 1 kilo
Rice - 250 grams
Onion - 1
Eggs - 2
Tomato paste - As required
Laurel Leaves - 5-6
Grounded Pepper - As per taste
Dill Sticks - 3
Thyme - As per taste

Preparation:

Finely mince the meat, mix it up with the rice, chopped onions, eggs, salt, grounded pepper and tomato paste until everything becomes a homogeneous paste.


The pickled cabbage can be replaced with fresh cabbage, scalded in borscht until it gets softer.


Remove the stubs from the cabbage leafs and then cut each leaf into half (depending on their size).


Put a little amount of meat (about a spoonful) on a piece of cabbage leaf and roll, making sure to nicely tuck in the edges.



Choose a very thick pot and place the cabbage stubs, previously removed from the leaves, until they form a bed on the bottom of the pot. Add dill sticks and thyme.


Lay the rolls inside the pot, in circles, adding a bit of tomato paste, laurel leafs and pepper grains in between the layers. When you finish the rolls and fill the pot, add a layer of chopped cabbage on top of everything with a bit of tomato paste and if the meat is very lean, drop a bit of sunflower oil.


Cover the pot very well and boil everything for about 3 hours, on a very low flame.


Post this, the cabbage rolls are ready to be served.


If preferred spicier, add paprika to the meat mixture during preparation process.

Serving Options:

Serve with pickled hot peppers or spread yogurt on top, or even both.

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  1. Great delight cabbage with meat combination Petro...
    http://www.ezcookbook.net/

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    1. Thank you, my dear. It is indeed really tasty, I hope you'll try it one day. Let us know how it was.

      Hugs

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    2. sure will try Petro Neagu... happy to see u in this event..
      Ez Cookbook

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  2. Very true lavanya...recently read her posts..she has an awesome blog..Love this cabbage rolls..am drooling over the last pic:) Sure on my "must try" card:)

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    1. Thanks, Priya. You are too kind :)

      xoxo

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  3. Nice guest post. And the rolls are so neatly made.

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  4. Nice recipe.. quite similar to the Lebanese one where we use grape leaves for rolling.
    Will certainly visit Petro's blog for more interesting recipes.

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    1. What a delight to learn your cuisine has similarities to ours. We also use grape leaves for the same recipe as this one.

      xoxo

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  5. Wow wat a fabulous dish, wish to have those rolls anytime..beautiful guest post.

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  6. rolls look mouthwatering. I am feeling hungry right now.

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  7. Dear Lavanya,
    This is absolutely amazing! I never thought the pictures would look so good but they make the whole recipe look much tastier than it is.
    Thank you so much for posting my recipe as #1. You are wonderful!

    Hugs and kisses

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  8. Lovely post with detailed and attractive pics!

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  9. Mmm.. this is amazing! Never seen it before. It is very inspiring.

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  10. wow delicious...I m ur new follower....http://zariafrozrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  11. Oh my, this sounds delicious. LOve the whole combination. Such beautiful recipes. Thanks for sharing.
    Enjoy & have a great week ahead.
    Kristy
    p/s thanks so much for stopping by my site earlier. you have a very lovely blog here. Looking forward to sharing. ((hugs))

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  12. Wow!!!! Looks inviting..Yummy Rolls..Thanks to Lavanya & Petro for sharing this lovely recipe...

    http://anshu-mymomsrecipes.blogspot.in/

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  13. wow...what a fabulous recipe !!!!!loved it !!!!!!!!

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