Slow Cooker Cabbage Roll Casserole Recipe Makes Easy Cabbage Casserole Kids Will Eat!
Looking for a healthy comfort meal this winter your whole family will love? Nothing is better or simpler than my unstuffed cabbage crock pot recipe. My kids never liked cabbage so I decided to sneak cabbage into a delicious easy cabbage casserole. I created this easy slow cooker cabbage roll casserole recipe from KITCHEN 101, with meat, rice, marinara sauce and cabbage all layered together into this delicious dish. I recommend using ground sirloin in this recipe because meat ending in a loin or round is the leanest cut of meat. The cabbage almost disappears in this unstuffed cabbage recipe and the touch of sweetness resembles cabbage rolls. Everyone raves about this stuffed cabbage casserole recipe. Start eating healthy with my healthy easy recipes! A great way to start off the New Year!
Best Unstuffed Cabbage Recipe Perfect For New Year’s Day Easy Cabbage Caserole!
All the components of cabbage rolls combined into this scrumptious effortless slow cooker cabbage roll casserole recipe plus its a gluten-free easy cabbage casserole! Who doesn’t have time to toss ingredients into a crock pot? My unstuffed cabbage crock pot recipe might be the easiest New Year’s Day recipe. I know this is more of a southern tradition to serve cabbage and black-eyed peas but why not turn it into a scrumptious effortless New Year Day meal. Once you make this easy cabbage casserole, it will quickly become on your list of favorite crock pot dinner recipes. Sometimes, I even add black-eyed peas which I think bumps up the flavor and nutrition. and I usually add them.
Slow Cooker Cabbage Roll Casserole Recipe from KITCHEN 101 cookbook
Even my kids request this recipe as growing up in Louisiana they love jambalaya. You can think of it as a New Year’s Day jambalaya crock pot recipe!
Makes 8 (1-cup) servings
1 1/2 pounds ground sirloin
1 onion, chopped
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1/4 teaspoon pepper
3 cups instant brown rice
1 (16-ounce) bag cole slaw
1 (24-26-ounce) jar healthy marinara sauce
1/4 cup light brown sugar
1. In 3 1/2-6 quart slow cooker, insert plastic liner if desired. In large skillet, cook meat, onion, and garlic over medium heat and cook until meat is done, about 7 minutes. Drain any excess liquid. Add pepper.
2. Add met with remaining ingredients to slow cooker. Cover and cook on LOW 4-6 hours.
Nutritional information per serving: Calories 359 Calories from Fat 19% Fat 8g, Saturated Fat 2g, Cholesterol 47mg Sodium 396mg Carbohydrates 48g Dietary Fiber 5g Total Sugars 16g, Protein 23g, Dietary Exchanges: 3 starch, 1 vegetable, 2 1/2 lean meat
KITCHEN 101 Includes Crock Pot Convenience Chapter with Unstuffed Cabbage Crock Pot Recipe
How about easy recipes and slow cooker recipes in one easy healthy cookbook! Who has time to cook? The perfect solution for the busy person who wants to eat healthier or wants kitchen guidance. Slow cooker are popular and KITCHEN 101 offers the best slow cooker recipes.
Try my Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya, Sesame Chicken or my most popular 3-Ingredient Pot Roast Crock Pot recipe. Looking for a crock pot vegetarian chili recipe? My Sweet Potato Chili is a real winner! If you don’t use slow cooker liners, check them out because they make clean up even easier. I also like the liners to transfer food from the slow cooker to the serving dish.
Unstuffed Cabbage Crock Pot Makes Easy Cabbage Casserole
Stuffed Cabbage recipes take hours to make and I love comfort food. I decided to create a slow cooker cabbage rice casserole because then I don’t spend time in the kitchen cooking! My stuffed cabbage crock pot recipe makes the perfect New Year’s Day meal and it makes a great dinner any time of the year. My KITCHEN 101 cookbook includes a Crock Pot Chapter because I know everyone loves cooking in a crock pot.Try a vegetarian option and leave out the meat for an equally delicious recipe. .
With Unstuffed Cabbage Recipe for New Years Day Serve My Easy Black-Eye Pea Dip Recipe
I believe in healthy cooking and this great Black-Eyed Pea Dip recipe from Too Hot in the Kitchen starts the New Year off perfectly with my unstuffed cabbage recipe. A southern tradition is to serve New Year’s Day Black-eyed Peas and cabbage. We think about black-eyed peas during the holidays but remember them round. This delicious dip is spicy and you make it with a few everyday ingredients. These are two recipes that are simple to make and to start off your new year healthy! Why not cook healthier versions of your favorite recipes? I simplify healthy eating with healthy cooking! I can’t wait for you to try my slow cooker cabbage roll casserole recipe and this simple black eyed pea dip recipe. Both these easy healthy recipes make great New Year’s Eve food and honestly, I repeat them often year round.
Use Fondue Pot To Serve Dips
NutriChef Countertop Fondue Pot, Electric Fondue Set ,Warmer with 6 Forks – Black
I love to use a fondue pot to serve my dips in to keep them warm. Yes, you can use a crock pot but they usually are so large and better for soups. This fondue pot has a multitude of uses and if you don’t have one to pull out, it might become your favorite serving piece.
Or, maybe you have a fondue pot you haven’t used in years–pull it out to serve your dips! Dust it off and start using it as fondue pots are back in!
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