8 Comforting Stuffed Cabbage Recipes for Sukkot

Posted on October 2nd, 2017

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The Nosher for myjewishlearning.com 


Stuffed cabbage is one of those quintessential, Eastern European Jewish comfort foods enjoyed at holidays and special occasions.

But did you know that the origins of stuffed cabbage can be traced across Europe, Russia, the Balkans, and as far east as Iran and Northern China! In Europe, it’s commonly stuffed with ground beef, pork (for non-Jews) or lamb, grains like rice or barley, and seasoned with onions, garlic, paprika and cumin. The cabbage rolls aren’t just about the filling though; the tomato sauce they’re cooked in is just as important. With the addition of pickled vegetables and some sugar, for example, the sauce can be sweet-and-sour, or with more tomatoes and herbs the sauce can be savory.

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