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Celebrating is about sharing, telling stories, talking. It's about eating a piece of cake that a friend made for you, having a glass of wine or savoring a cup of coffee. It's that unknown sensation that doesn't let you get up from the table after eating. It's much more than just placing silverware and plates on a table, it's creating an ambience, a style, a sensation, an unforgettable memory.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Cabbage Rolls

This is a continuation post of Eating at my friends house 
A request for Kerrie

2 big cabbage
11/2 cups of  white rice
Finely chopped: 1 onion, 2 tomatoes, 1/2 of cup parsley and 1/4 cup of mint.
2 table spoons of olive oil, 1 spoon of  butter, 1 lemon ( juice )  salt 
4 cups of vegetable broth

In a frying pan add little olive oil and saute, finely chop
1 small onion, 1 tomato, 2 garlic cloves

Prepared the cabbage, remove the core and stick.
Bring to boil , until leaves are softened to be removed one at a time as they start to loosen

Stuffing: combine all ingredients and a juice of a lemon and about 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1 spoons of butter

Place one spoon of the stuffing over a leaf, fold over the filling and roll
In a large pot line the bottom with some remaining  leaves drizzle with olive oil and place rolls close together seam side down and keep doing it layer after layer add the sauce on top add a little of broth  just to cover the rolls top cover with a plate up side down that fits over the rolls. Place to boil keep adding the rest of the broth little by little ounce is boiling  reduce heat to low cover  with a lid and cook for about 45 minutes to an hour rice should be fully cooked.

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