Classic Amy Joanne

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In our neck of the woods ‘Cabbage Recipes’ are a mainstay in our kitchens with Haluski, Halupki, Perogies and even Lakeside Potatoes on our menus. You will even find each dish served at local festivals and Church events.

My Hubby worked at a local Cabbage Farm thru his teenage years. He also ‘jars’ sauerkraut with his Uncle Joe and Friends each and every year….secret recipes handed down from one generation to the next.

Cabbage Roll Stew has become a favorite in our home. There are many variations…this one among my favorites! It is quick, simple and made in the crockpot, then served over rice.

My Mom makes a similar variation using Tomato Soup!

Cabbage Roll Stew

Ingredients

  • 2 15oz cans petite diced tomatoes, drained
  • 1 15oz can beef broth
  • 1 8oz can tomato sauce
  • 1 tbsp cider vinegar
  • 1 tbsp worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tsp garlic power
  • 1 tsp cajun seasoning
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 head of cabbage cut into pieces
  • 1 1/2 lb ground beef – cooked
  • 1 lb italian sausage – cooked
  • 1 onion chopped – cooked with beef and sausage
  • minced garlic to taste, cooked with beef and sausage
  • cooked rice for serving

Directions

  1. Cook Beef and Sausage with Onion and Garlic until done.
  2. Place chopped Cabbage in Crock-Pot
  3. Mix first 8 ingredients
  4. Top Cabbage with Meat
  5. Pour Tomato Mix over Cabbage and Meat
  6. Cook covered on low about 6 hours.
  7. Serve over cooked Rice.

A delicious Comfort Food it is!

If you are enjoying these recipes….you may also enjoy a few other tasty recipes thru ‘Snack Table Dining’ (click here).

Enjoy!

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Salty Caramel Pecan Treats….a treat for sure!

A tasty after-school treat or mid-day snack.

Salty Caramel Pecan Treats

Ingredients

  • 12 Graham Cracker Sheets
  • 1 C packed Brown Sugar
  • 3/4 C Butter
  • 2 tbsp Whipping Cream
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • 1 Cup crushed Pecans
  • Kosher Salt to sprinkle

Directions

  1. Line cookie sheet with aluminum foil and spray with non-stick cooking spray
  2. Arrange Graham Crackers onto the cookie sheet in a single layer
  3. Bring Sugar, Butter and Whipping Cream to a Boil, stir often
  4. Stir in Vanilla and Pecans and remove from heat
  5. Pour Mixture over Graham Crackers.
  6. Bake at 350 for 10 Minutes.
  7. Remove from Oven, Sprinkle with Kosher Salt.
  8. Cool Completely, then break apart to serve.

Add a little Chocolate if desired….after removing from oven (and before cooled), sprinkle with chocolate chips, oh boy!

These sweet little Mason Jar snack bags (found at ‘Dollar General’) ~ are another fun idea to surprise a friend with a Door Knob Gift!

Read More About Door Knob Gifts (click here). ‘Door Knob Gifts‘ was a fun way to stay close to family and friends during the Covid Pandemic.

This sure was a ‘feel-good-tradition‘ ~ we all need a little caring and sharing even as the Pandemic is winding down. Let’s Continue!

Hoping these family favorites will leave you wanting more!

Enjoy!

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Coming Soon ~ Organizing the Planner, Halloween Keepsake Journal, Studio Updates, Dining Room Ideas, Honey Bee and Orange Grove Candles, Marketing & Branding, The Hiccup Part 2, and New Classic Cling Rubber Stamps!

6 thoughts on “Cabbage Roll Stew & Salty Caramel Pecan Treats | Snack Table Dining

  1. Patricia Hartley says:

    Thank you for posting the cabbage dish. Going to try this tonite but in my cast iron as I waited to late for the crockpot!

    1. Let me know how it is! I am positive in the cast iron will be delicious! Enjoy!

  2. fran says:

    That looks and sounds delicious! May have to give it a try!!! thanks for sharing…Oh, the Salty Caramel Pecans sounds delicious, also!

    1. Both are yummy…even when I was typing the post I got hungry all over again! Gosh so many recipes, so little time!

  3. Yum and YUM!!! These both look amazing! I think I am going to tackle the cabbage dish tonight! Thanks, Amy! You are always inspiring! <3

    1. Enjoy Sheila….good for a rainy day!

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