Easy to Prepare Stuffed Cabbage for Sukkot

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Sukkot is all about stuffed food and what could be better than preparing a homemade stuffed cabbage. It is also a custom to serve stuffed cabbage during Simchat Torah since the shape of the stuffed cabbage is similar to the Torah scrolls. Here’s a simple stuffed cabbage recipe which is easy to make.

  • You will need one big cabbage. For the filling, prepare one pound of ground beef, half a cup uncooked rice, two and a half tablespoon of cooking oil, minced onion, two cloves garlic, minced, and one egg, beaten.
  • For the sauce, you will need two tablespoon flour, a 46 oz can of tomato juice, four tablespoon of tomato paste, three tablespoon cooking oil, half a cup of sugar, two bay leaves, salt, a large apple which is already peeled and sliced, and one fourth cup of raisins.
  • The first step is to boil the cabbage. In a separate bowl, combine all ingredients for the filling and mix well.
  • Stuff some filling into the peeled cabbage leaves and roll cabbage.
  • Heat some oil in a pan, put some flour and add the rest of the ingredients. Boil for five minutes.
  • Add the cabbage rolls one by one. Cook this on low fire for 2 hours. You can add water if necessary.
  • Serve hot.

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