Cabbage Casserole In One Pot So Much Easier Than Cabbage Rolls

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    So you enjoy a great tasting cabbage roll. Fantastic….because we would like to introduce you to one of our favorite one pan recipes that tastes like a cabbage roll without all the extra work making the ‘roll' part. It is super easy to make because you are doing everything on the same pan. And you won't even believe how good it will turn out. It impressed us so much the first time we made it that we have now made it several times now…over the past couple of months!

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    If you want it a bit spicier just add some red pepper flakes or Rotel instead of the diced tomatoes… or just leave it as it's written because you are really going to be impressed by how good this is. And a side note…we aren't big cabbage eaters but this recipe has sure changed our thoughts on that!

    For The Full List Of Ingredients & The Step By Step Directions To Follow Please Head On Over To The Next Page Where We Show You How To Put Everything Together…

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    1. 2 lbs. ground beef
      Salt and pepper or creole seasoning
      1 onion, chopped
      1 cup rice, uncooked
      3 large handfuls of roughly chopped cabbage
      1 8 oz. can tomato sauce
      2 cups of water
      1 14 oz. can diced tomatoes, undrained (or Rotel if you want a bit spicy)
      1 cup shredded cheese (Colby Jack or your favorite)

      Directions

      1. Season and brown ground beef and onions. Drain off grease.
      2. Once onions are clear, add rice, cabbage, tomato sauce, 2 cups of water (or use tomato sauce can twice) and diced tomatoes. Stir.
      3. Let it come to a boil and then reduce heat to medium low and cover to simmer for about 20 to 30 minutes or until rice is done and cabbage is soft. Do not lift lid before 20 minutes to make sure rice cooks well.
      4. Once cooked, top with cheese and cover with lid to melt a few minutes.

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