Deconstructed Stuffed Cabbage Casserole

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This recipe for stuffed cabbage casserole is a great addition to your easy cabbage recipes that can be included in your cabbage diet as well. Cabbage recipes are many and varied in both their cooking method and in their ingredients. Kayln is offering you a cabbage rolls recipe that excludes the roll aspect of the bargain. Never feel that any recipe must be made in the exact way and with the exact ingredients listed. Recipes are always mirrors to the soul of the cook that wrote them. Not everyone’s soul is the same so always use ingredients you love so that the recipe can be included as part of your cooking soul. Easy cabbage recipes are always ones that you love to make. The time and energy involved is always what you put into the recipe. Cabbage recipes are therefore an extension of the cook and since everyone has a distinct palate what one person likes is not always what someone else does. The cabbage is great since there are many different cabbage diet plans that include it in them. This being because of the versatility and the nutrition that cabbages provide. They are super low in calories and have a great amount of dietary fiber in them as well.

A classic way and frequently used one of preparing most casseroles is to include some type of cream soup into the recipe. There are many casserole dishes that expressly call for cream soup type additions. Some examples of these specific casserole dishes are the tuna casserole (with canned tuna or salmon, cooked pasta, sometimes peas, and cream-of-mushroom soup) and the green bean casserole (green beans with cream of mushroom soup, topped with French fried onion). A frequently found staple food and college kid classic that you can find not only in the dorm but also in many other venues is the classic macaroni and cheese offering that can easily be made into a casserole recipe and include all the things that they love to eat. Casseroles are a staple at potlucks and family gatherings all over the United States and Canada. You can always make good use of leftovers and since there is usually cheese in the mix and many cooks will be able to hide veggies in the mix and get their kids and friends to eat them without much complaining.

This recipe from Kayln makes great use of many veggies and with the beauty of adding whatever you feel will keep your diners enthusiastic about the dish you will readily be able to finish off any leftovers that are usually met with long faces upon their arrival on the table. If you keep in mind the old adage that what they don’t know won’t hurt them then you will have no guilt in adding any veggie that is on the no eat list of your kids. Thanks to Kayln of Kayln’s Kitchen Blog for this yummy Deconstructed Stuffed Cabbage Casserole that will find a home for your lovingly made leftovers and bon apetit.**

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