Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls are one of the most popular Polish dishes. The skinny version uses ground turkey instead of pork or beef.

Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls is one of the most popular Polish dishes. This skinny version uses ground turkey instead of pork or beef.

Comfy Cuisine: Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls with Grandma

This is one of those traditional Polish meals that has to be made in certain pots or pans.

Galumpki....Cabbage Rolls...so happy I found this recipe!  Traditional Polish recipe. To make it a cleaner dish I would use turkey or quorn mince and wholegrain rice. Probably use passatta for sauce instead too

Gram's Galumpki ~ A Polish tradition, some call cabbage rolls. Mixed together well, like a meat loaf, that would make a good basic filling.

Mom's Classic Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Mom's Classic Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Vegan Yack Attack: Golabkis, Polish Stuffed Cabbage. Sometimes, I feel as though I don’t get culinary inspiration from my heritage as much as I should. You see, I am half Polish, and the second generation to be born in the US.

Vegan Yack Attack: Golabkis, Polish Stuffed Cabbage. Sometimes, I feel as though I don’t get culinary inspiration from my heritage as much as I should. You see, I am half Polish, and the second generation to be born in the US.

Vegetarian Golabki Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls--use brown rice or quinoa depending on phase.  Add black beans

Golabki (Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls) (Vegetarian Version)

Whole Grain and Italian Sausage–Stuffed Cabbage Whole-Grain Recipe < Whole-Grain Recipes - Cooking Light Mobile

Nana's Golabki (polish Stuffed Cabbage) Recipe

Nana's Golabki (Polish Stuffed Cabbage)

Nana's Golabki (polish Stuffed Cabbage) Recipe

HOW TO PREPARE VEGETARIAN POLISH CABBAGE ROLLS VIDEO

How to Make Vegetarian Polish Stuffed Cabbage

Chef Marek Widomski's Stuffed Cabbage Rolls in Tomato Sauce

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Recipe with Tomato Sauce - Polish Golabki

This recipe for Polish stuffed cabbage rolls with tomato sauce or golabki is from chef Marek Widomski of the Culinary Institute in Cracow.

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