For some reason I can't seem to find a lot of my recipes since moving.
And sadly, they are the ones I just had wrote down on random pieces of paper and stuck in my recipe binder, and unless I can remember who gave it to me, or the entire recipe, it's now lost.
(I like to imagine they are out there blowing in the wind across Idaho and Oregon)
Luckily, a lot of these recipes are from my mom and she is just a phone call/email away. But tonight's dinner I had no such luck. I thought I had it, but opened the binder to find it was missing. It was a fairly simple recipe, so I'm pretty sure I got it right (or close enough). But, just to be safe, I better write it down on here for safe keeping.
I (think) I got this recipe from a spouse cooking group I was part of while Wade was in med school. It was such a fun support group for the spouses and we had so much fun cooking and learning every month. I can't remember who's recipe it is beyond that. If it's your recipe, or I didn't get it from the SAA group at DMU - sorry!
Favorite bread or roll dough (such as Rhodes)
One pound ground hamburger
Approximately 1-2 cups shredded cabbage
1/2 Chopped onion (if you want)
I like to use my own plain-jane white bread recipe (here). I follow the recipe and let it rise one time, then form the rolls. I usually make about 24 medium size rolls. If you are using Rhodes, just let the frozen little rolls rise however you want.
Brown hamburger (and onions, but if you aren't an onion person, omit this step). Season with salt, pepper and garlic powder.
Lower heat and add shredded cabbage. I get lazy sometimes and have used coleslaw mix and it works great too. I use about half a of mix if that is what you are using. Cook over medium heat until cabbage is tender.
Flatten and stretch out one roll and spoon in a tablespoon or so of the hamburger/cabbage. Bring the corners of the roll together and seal. Repeat until all the hamburger mixture is gone.
Place (fairly close together) in a greased 11x13 baking dish.
Cover and let rise for another 10-15 minutes.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes or until rolls are golden. Brush with butter, and serve warm.
I think these make a yummy "hearty" old fashion winter meal. We got our first snow today, so it seemed like perfect timing and a good warm meal.
They are pretty good serve with mash potatoes, gravy and a fruit salad.