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About Video - Turkish CABBAGE ROLLS RECIPE || How To Make STUFFED CABBAGE ROLLS. Recipe by Always Yummy! Recipes for stuffed cabbage rolls are popular worldwide. Dishes where the filling is wrapped in leaves can be found in China and India. In the Balkans, there's sarma, lahanodolmades in Greece, dolma in the Caucasus and the Middle East, golabki in Poland, and in Russian cuisine – classic golubtsy. These dishes showcase the diversity and creativity found in culinary traditions around the world. In this recipe, you'll discover one of them. Dive with us into the magical world of taste and traditions with Turkish-style stuffed cabbage rolls! Turkish stuffed cabbage rolls differ from the ones we're familiar with not only in shape (round, snail-shaped, triangles, or long rolls), filling (including bulgur or meatless filling with grains and greens), but also in the wrapping, using not only cabbage and grape leaves but also bell peppers. In our recipe, we'll guide you on how to prepare cabbage for stuffed rolls, how to wrap Turkish-style rolls in a round shape, and how to make a filling with meat, rice, and bulgur, enriched with tomatoes, spices, and herbs. Join us on a culinary journey where we'll show you how to prepare aromatic and juicy Turkish stuffed cabbage rolls right in your own home. We'll not only share the recipe but also provide tips that will make this dish special for you. Enjoy the familiar taste combination in every bite of this delicious cabbage rolls with a unique Turkish twist. Making stuffed cabbage rolls won't take much time and effort. Prepare Turkish-style rolls instead of the usual ones – juicy and flavorful, they will impress and delight your family and friends for lunch, dinner, or for a festive table. ❤️ If you like the recipe and want to say thanks, you can buy us a coffee – ⏰ Cooking time: 1 hour 40 minutes 🍽 Servings: 5 🍵 Calories: 154 kCal ✅ Ingredients: • white or green cabbage – 3 lb | 1,3 kg • beef mince – 14 oz | 400 g • rice – 7 oz | 200 g • bulgur – 3,5 oz | 100 g • tomato paste – 4 tbsp • onion – 2 oz | 70 g • garlic – 4 cloves • cooking oil – 4 tbsp • butter – 1 tbsp | 20 g • fresh parsley – 1 oz | 30 g • sugar – 1 tsp • water – 1 pt | 450 ml • red chili flakes – 1 tsp • ground black pepper – 1 tsp • salt – 2 tsp ✅You will need: • microwave oven • pan Ø 11 in | 28 cm • 2 bowls • carving board 📙 Preparation: 1. Cut the cabbage-stump out and put the cabbage into a microwave oven for 15 minutes at 800-850W to soften the leaves. 2. Take the cabbage into leaves. 3. In a bowl let’s make a sauce – combine 2 tbsp of tomato paste, 1 tsp of salt, ½ tsp of ground black pepper, 1 tsp of sugar and 1 pt | 450 ml of water. 4. Into a bowl with the meat mince add the washed rice and bulgur, 2 tbsp of tomato paste, softened butter, 1 tsp of salt, ½ tsp of ground black pepper, 1 tsp of red chili flakes, minced garlic, chopped bulb onion and 2 tbsp of chopped up parsley and combine well. 5. It is recommended to cut off thick parts of cabbage leaves. Use a small bowl for wrapping cabbage rolls – lay out 1-2 leaves into the bowl wider than its size, place 2-3 tbsp of the stuffing onto the centre and wrap with the leaves edges. 6. Lay out the prepared stuffed cabbage rolls into a pan with the seams down, tight to one another, pour with the vegetable oil and prepared sauce, bring to a boil and cover with a lid, reduce the heat and braise over low heat for an hour. 7. Serve your Turkish-style cabbage rolls hot with sour-cream and fresh parsley or other greens. ❗️Advices: 1. If the sauce is fully absorbed during the preparation process, add extra sauce, water or broth. 2. You can substitute water in the sauce with meat, chicken, or vegetable broth to enhance the dish's flavor. 3. A vegetarian version can be prepared without ground meat; add more onion, carrots and other vegetables. 4. You can add finely chopped hot pepper to the ground meat for a spicier taste. 5. Use fresh herbs according to your taste. 6. For a more distinctive flavor in the filling, you can add dried or fresh mint, ground paprika and coriander. 7. The recipe works well with ground beef and lamb, or use your preferred meat, such as chicken. 8. You can prepare cabbage leaves without a microwave. To do this, place the cabbage head in boiling water and simmer on low heat for 10 minutes. Remove the head from the water, peel off the easily removable leaves, then return the head to the water and continue cooking.