Easy Cabbage & Beef Casserole

JosieMomGramma
JosieMomGramma Posts: 727 Member
Makes 6 servings for only 174 calories per serving! If you like cabbage rolls you will like this one! I put it on the food data as: Josie's Cabbage & beef casserole

EASY CABBAGE & BEEF CASSEROLE
1 sm. head cabbage
1 lb. lean ground beef
1 sm. onion, chopped
1/2 cup uncooked rice (instant)
1 can condensed tomato soup & 1 can water
3/4 cup diced canned tomatoes
Chop cabbage & place in greased baking dish (veg. spray). Put canned tomatoes on top evenly. Brown meat & onion. I put some italian seasoning, garlic powder & worshirester sauce on my meat while cooking. Pour over cabbage. Mix the soup & water together. Pour over entire casserole. Add more water if needed. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. If you drain ground beef after cooking you reduce fat count. I used extra lean & did not drain it. You can also steam cabbage before putting into casserole & cut 1/2 hour off cooking time.
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  • kodibear123
    kodibear123 Posts: 185 Member
    Thank you very much for posting. It looks delish! :bigsmile:
  • CeleryStalker
    CeleryStalker Posts: 665 Member
    oh god, thank you for posting this. i'm polish and grew up eating stuffed cabbage. love it, but it's such a pain in the butt to make, especially when i'm the only one in my family that will eat it. kids and husband won't touch it. :( this is so much easier, all the flavor, none of the hassle. Now if the ice would just clear off the roads so I could hit up the grocery store.... mmmmmm thanks again!!
  • eshla
    eshla Posts: 13 Member
    Sounds really good! Thank you for posting!
  • Lalala_Liz
    Lalala_Liz Posts: 53 Member
    Bump!
  • katpudda
    katpudda Posts: 8 Member
    This sounds great. I noticed you didn't say when to add the rice. Could I just leave it out? I am low carb/low cal, and it's very hard to find a dish that is the best of both worlds. I grew up eating stuffed cabbage rolls and can't wait to make this. I just hope the cooked cabbage cooperates with my body!
  • Dotyfahed
    Dotyfahed Posts: 33 Member
    sounds good
  • altaroxy
    altaroxy Posts: 56 Member
    I have made a recipe similar to this. It is easy and really good. Roasting the cabbage gives it great flavor, it makes taste sweet. (I have noticed that a lot of things taste sweet since I cut back on desserts and other things loaded with sugar.)
    I used lean ground turkey and I did not use the rice when I made it. I served rice on the side for my kids. They asked for seconds!
  • Mygsds
    Mygsds Posts: 1,564 Member
    Just made this for lunch for 2 hungry teenagers and it is ssoooooooooo good. Like the idea of getting in all the veggies. I also added a apple chopped fine. Thanks so much.
  • Serah87
    Serah87 Posts: 5,484 Member
    Bump.
  • emmy3111
    emmy3111 Posts: 486 Member
    yum! that sounds so good :)
  • kellyj5201
    kellyj5201 Posts: 57 Member
    i am so making this for dinner tonite!! :) yummy thanxs
  • FitToBeKim
    FitToBeKim Posts: 85 Member
    save for later
  • Blokeypoo
    Blokeypoo Posts: 272 Member
    Ooo bump - although no idea what instant rice is lol. I guess I'll cook some and add it or add uncooked and more liquid.
  • amyk0202
    amyk0202 Posts: 667 Member
    Bump
  • Mygsds
    Mygsds Posts: 1,564 Member
    Instant rice is Minute Rice or some stores have different names for it.
  • WhiteRabbit1313
    WhiteRabbit1313 Posts: 1,091 Member
    Makes 6 servings for only 174 calories per serving! If you like cabbage rolls you will like this one! I put it on the food data as: Josie's Cabbage & beef casserole

    EASY CABBAGE & BEEF CASSEROLE
    1 sm. head cabbage
    1 lb. lean ground beef
    1 sm. onion, chopped
    1/2 cup uncooked rice (instant)
    1 can condensed tomato soup & 1 can water
    3/4 cup diced canned tomatoes
    Chop cabbage & place in greased baking dish (veg. spray). Put canned tomatoes on top evenly. Brown meat & onion. I put some italian seasoning, garlic powder & worshirester sauce on my meat while cooking. Pour over cabbage. Mix the soup & water together. Pour over entire casserole. Add more water if needed. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. If you drain ground beef after cooking you reduce fat count. I used extra lean & did not drain it. You can also steam cabbage before putting into casserole & cut 1/2 hour off cooking time.

    Yum! So much easier than cabbage rolls!!!
  • LisaC101
    LisaC101 Posts: 35 Member
    Going to try this! Bump
  • JosieMomGramma
    JosieMomGramma Posts: 727 Member
    Makes 6 servings for only 174 calories per serving! If you like cabbage rolls you will like this one! I put it on the food data as: Josie's Cabbage & beef casserole

    EASY CABBAGE & BEEF CASSEROLE
    1 sm. head cabbage
    1 lb. lean ground beef
    1 sm. onion, chopped
    1/2 cup uncooked rice (instant)
    1 can condensed tomato soup & 1 can water
    3/4 cup diced canned tomatoes
    Chop cabbage & place in greased baking dish (veg. spray). Put canned tomatoes on top evenly. Brown meat & onion. I put some italian seasoning, garlic powder & worshirester sauce on my meat while cooking. Stir in rice. Pour over cabbage. Mix the soup & water together. Pour over entire casserole. Add more water if needed. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. If you drain ground beef after cooking you reduce fat count. I used extra lean & did not drain it. You can also steam cabbage before putting into casserole & cut 1/2 hour off cooking time.
    I revised the recipe as I forgot to put in where you put the rice in.
  • wannakimmy
    wannakimmy Posts: 488 Member
    Sounds great, Thanks!
  • jenpet1980
    jenpet1980 Posts: 18 Member
    bump to try!