Country Cabbage Rolls Straight From A Mennonite Kitchen


The other day my husband and I were trying to figure out something to make for dinner.

well, let me rephrase that, my husband was helping me come up with something to make for dinner while he relaxed lol! I don’t mind a bit as cooking is more like a hobby for me rather than a chore. Anyway, he thought it would be nice for me to make a big old pan of cabbage rolls and I culdn’ have agreed more!

My mom used to make this fabulous cabbage roll recipe when I was a girl. Quite often, she’d plan to have it ready by the time we returned from church.  So, you can imagine my delight when I stumbled upon this amazing chocolate chip bread pudding recipe over at Mennonite Girls Can Cook.

If you have Mennonite and/or German roots this cabbage roll recipe will surely bring back lots of memories for you. Even if you aren’t you are bound to still be head over heels for this delicious mealtime masterpieces. Enjoy!

Do you have a traditional recipe that was made in your household over and over again? My mother had many different things she’d make for us and cabbage rolls were one of them. I love old-fashioned recipes like these as they remind me of childhood. Plus, this cabbage roll recipe is Mennonite/German inspired, which makes it even tastier.

Cabbage rolls are one of my favorite meals. My mom used to make them all the time when I was growing up and I have continued the tradition with my own family.

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