One of my favorite foods that mom used to make was stuffed cabbage rolls. She called them galumpkis which is a traditional polish dish. Yes, I’m half Polish and half Czech so I’ve heard most of the jokes over my lifetime!
The original version is quite time consuming so I was thrilled when my sister shared her “lazy” version of them. This is a great dish to keep you warm in the winter or any time you need an easy meal!
1 pound grass-fed ground beef
1/2 onion, chopped
2-3 cloves of garlic, minced
1 cup brown rice
2 small cartons of organic tomato soup
1 medium head of cabbage, chopped
1 cup of water
Sea salt and pepper
Cook the grass-feed beef with onion and garlic in a large (4 quart) pan. I like to saute the onion and garlic first in red palm oil for the extra health benefits (High in tocotrienols and carotenes plus a natural source of Vitamin E & A). Next add the soup, rice and cabbage plus water. Add your favorite herbs and cook until rice is soft around 40 minutes. Add a green salad for a perfect meal!