Pigs In A Blanket (cabbage rolls) #SundaySupper

pigs in a blanket (cabbage rolls)
This Sunday, “We got you covered.” No worries! Thank you DL from Foodie Stuntman for hosting this fun event!
Our Sunday Supper Group is taking that phrase literally. Need a covered dish for a party? We got you covered. Not sure of what appetizers or entrees to make. We got that covered too. Want a nice glazed dessert? Ahha we got that too. So what am I covering?

How about Pigs In A Blanket?


Where I come from Pigs in a Blanket are cabbage rolls stuffed with rice and meat. You may also know them Halupkies. Traditionally these cabbage leaves are stuffed with rice and ground pork, beef or a combination of both meats.
Ingredients

  • 6 to 8 medium cabbage leaves
  • 1/2 lb ground beef
  • 1/2 medium onion chopped
  • 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 cup cooked rice
  • 1-8-ounce can tomato sauce
  • 1 14 1/2-ounce can diced tomatoes

Brown meat, onions and seasoning in a medium-sized skillet. Add rice and Worcestershire.
brown meat
Blanch leaves to soften but don’t cook all the way. Tip: To loosen leaves from a tight head of cabbage, run a thin stream of water between the leaves)
cabbage leaves
Fill the leaves with rice and meat mixture. The trick to sealing them is to take your finger and poke the ends inward.
stuffing cabbage
cabbage roll end
Lay the rolls seam side down and cover with tomato sauce and diced tomatoes.
stuffed cabbage
Bake at 350 until thoroughly heated.

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Pigs In A Blanket (cabbage rolls) #SundaySupper
 
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Ingredients
  • Ingredients
  • 6 to 8 medium cabbage leaves
  • ½ lb ground beef
  • ½ medium onion chopped
  • 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 cup cooked rice
  • 1-8-ounce can tomato sauce
  • 1 14½-ounce can diced tomatoes
Instructions
  1. Brown meat, onions and seasoning in a medium-sized skillet. Add rice and Worcestershire.
  2. brown meat
  3. Blanch leaves to soften but don't cook all the way. Tip: To loosen leaves from a tight head of cabbage, run a thin stream of water between the leaves)
  4. cabbage leaves
  5. Fill the leaves with rice and meat mixture. The trick to sealing them is to take your finger and poke the ends inward.
  6. stuffing cabbage
  7. cabbage roll end
  8. Lay the rolls seam side down and cover with tomato sauce and diced tomatoes.
  9. stuffed cabbage
  10. Bake at 350 until thoroughly heated.

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47 Responses to Pigs In A Blanket (cabbage rolls) #SundaySupper

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  5. Katy says:

    I’ve never thought to use cabbage leaves this way – original idea for pigs in blankets!
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  6. Renee says:

    I’d take these pigs in a blanket over the usual ones in a heartbeat! Love it.
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  8. Katie says:

    I love love love cabbage rolls during the winter months – they have such a great, comforting flavor!
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  9. I have always wanted to make pigs in a blanket with cabbage. I was intimidated by it, but you make it seem simple. I have to try this recipe out!!
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  13. I’ve never heard of Halupkies before but they sure do look tasty and comforting!
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  14. I LOVE cabbage rolls! I just made these about 2 weeks ago :) Much better version of “pigs in a blanket” that a hotdog in a hunk of bread! LOL
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  15. Liz says:

    These look a lot more appealing than the pigs in a blanket that my kids love! I adore cabbage rolls!
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  16. Tara says:

    When I think of pigs in a blanket, I think of sausage and pastry. These look like fabulous cabbage rolls, I am in love!!
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  19. Hezzi-D says:

    My family lvoes stuffed cabbage but I’ve actually never made it. Your recipe makes it sound super simple so I’m going to have to try it!
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  21. Love stuffed cabbage of any kind. Great recipe, Cindy!

  22. Shaina says:

    Interesting take on pigs in a blanket! Cabbage is delicious :)
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  24. Cabbage rolls are a much more elegant version of “pigs in a blanket” than the hot dogs wrapped in croissant rolls that I’m familiar with. This sounds like such a perfect, warming dish.
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  26. Stacy says:

    I grew up with my mother making this same dish, Cindy, but we just called them cabbage rolls. I make them occasionally too and have found that cutting out the core and freezing the cabbage lets you skip the blanching step because it softens the leaves so you can roll them. Thanks for the lovely reminder of a dish I need to make again soon. It’s been too long.
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  27. You know, I was just thinking I should try some cabbage rolls. I’ll have to start here!
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  28. I haven’t had a cabbage role in years, yours look wonderful! I love calling them pigs in a blanket too – I always think of pastry and lil’ weiners, but I think yours is just *slightly* more refined, lol! Thanks!
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  29. Fabulous! I’ve never heard them called Pigs in a Blanket-love.
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  30. Cheryl says:

    I always thought of pig in a blanket as sausage rolled in pancakes. I had never heard cabbage rolls called that, but I have always wanted to try cabbage rolls. These soundcreslly good! Hugs!
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  31. These are not how I know pigs in a blanket, but I know I’d like these a lot better than what I grew up knowing them as!
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  32. My mom is famous for her version of these, it brings back such good memories!
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