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Old 10-13-2009, 10:51 AM   #61
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If you add 4 cups chopped or shredded cabbage while you brown the beef, it makes a really good stovetop casserole type dish also
(I've been known to add a 12oz bag of frozen italian green beans instead of cabbage).
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Old 10-13-2009, 11:35 AM   #62
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here's a recipe w/ cabbage

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Ingredients
[16] 4 cups cabbage (when shredded and sauteed)
[6] 1/2 onion (diced and sauteed)
[2] 2 tsp minced garlic
[0] 1 lb lean ground beef
[16] 1 cup low sugar ketchup (or sugar free tomatoe sauce if you can find it)
[2] 1 cup shredded cheese

[42] for the total recipe
[6] per serving (makes 6 servings)

Brown the lean ground beef. Season to taste. Drain.

Sautee onion and garlic in EVOO till onion starts to become transparent. Add to meat mixture.

Add cabbage to pan and extra EVOO if needed. Sautee till good and limp. Remove from heat.

In bowl with meat, onion and garlic add low sugar ketchup (or sugar free tomatoe sauce) and mix thoroughly. Add the cabbage and mix. Transfer to 9x13 pan. Top pan with shredded cheese. Put in preheated oven (300 F) and let it cook for 30 minutes.
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That's a whole different recipe all together, no rotel? No cream cheese?

It does look mighty tastee though.
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Old 10-13-2009, 12:40 PM   #64
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That's a whole different recipe all together, no rotel? No cream cheese?

It does look mighty tastee though.
It's another tweak...I don't use rotel now...actually can't find it in any stores around.......it's good to have options!
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:50 PM   #65
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that looks awesome... although i love my rotel! i may throw some cabbage in mine next week.
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Old 10-13-2009, 07:48 PM   #66
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that looks awesome... although i love my rotel! i may throw some cabbage in mine next week.
do it girl!
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I just did an experiment, and it came out sooooooooooooooo right!!!

I put a portobello mushroom with some olive oil and salt in the George Foreman, some cheddar cheese, the prepared meat and... OMG!!! very good!!
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Old 10-14-2009, 05:36 AM   #68
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I just did an experiment, and it came out sooooooooooooooo right!!!

I put a portobello mushroom with some olive oil and salt in the George Foreman, some cheddar cheese, the prepared meat and... OMG!!! very good!!
That sounds good! I love mushrooms!
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Chantyl: I'm going to keep looking for rotel...but I went to a lot of stores and can't find it. Is it a southern thing?
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I just did an experiment, and it came out sooooooooooooooo right!!!

I put a portobello mushroom with some olive oil and salt in the George Foreman, some cheddar cheese, the prepared meat and... OMG!!! very good!!
that sounds good...i bet this would be a good mixture for stuffed peppers too.
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that sounds good...i bet this would be a good mixture for stuffed peppers too.
Now THAT is a good idea.
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Chantyl: I'm going to keep looking for rotel...but I went to a lot of stores and can't find it. Is it a southern thing?
I've done this using taco salsa (Taco Bell, Old El Paso) and it comes out very good too
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Chantyl: I'm going to keep looking for rotel...but I went to a lot of stores and can't find it. Is it a southern thing?
i live in new england, we have Rotel here. it's in the same aisle as the pasta & sauces, next to the canned tomatoes. you might see 25 different varieties/brands of canned tomatoes (like stewed, italian style, pureed, sauce, paste) but the rotel has only two varieties here (mild & cilantro) . you have to really look for them, especially if the front rows are gone and the rest of the cans/stock are pushed further back.

i shop at shaw's and they're on the top self.

maybe try the "international aisle" .
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I've done this using taco salsa (Taco Bell, Old El Paso) and it comes out very good too
I'll have to try that

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i live in new england, we have Rotel here. it's in the same aisle as the pasta & sauces, next to the canned tomatoes. you might see 25 different varieties/brands of canned tomatoes (like stewed, italian style, pureed, sauce, paste) but the rotel has only two varieties here (mild & cilantro) . you have to really look for them, especially if the front rows are gone and the rest of the cans/stock are pushed further back.

i shop at shaw's and they're on the top self.

maybe try the "international aisle" .
I've been searching but I'll check the international or ethnic isle
thanks
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i get my rotel next to my velvetta in the store!

you can probably just get another brand of tomato and chiles.
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I just want to say that I just made this for dinner and added cabbage (without having even seen the cabbage suggestion on here ... great minds think alike I guess.) This stuff is delicious. I also made something similar from Linda Sue's site with just beef (no sausage) and cheddar cheese. It too is delicious. I'm hoping it breaks my current stall!
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i get my rotel next to my velvetta in the store!

you can probably just get another brand of tomato and chiles.
I'm going to be on a mission in these grocery stores lol

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I just want to say that I just made this for dinner and added cabbage (without having even seen the cabbage suggestion on here ... great minds think alike I guess.) This stuff is delicious. I also made something similar from Linda Sue's site with just beef (no sausage) and cheddar cheese. It too is delicious. I'm hoping it breaks my current stall!
Good to know it was tasty! I should be making it this weekend!
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if you really want rotel tomatoes, they have them at amazon dot com . they're sold in a 12 can pack.


dedicated, i have the same dishes as in your picture...i have rectangular dinner plates and soup bowls and one square platter.

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I've got another batch on the stove right now, minus the sausage cuz I'm out.
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I'm becoming ADDICTED to this!! It goes great with so many things, filling and easy to make...

MsWoods, love your avatar
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Walmart has their own Great Value brand of Tomatoes and Green Chiles. It;s usually with the canned tomatoes. I find the Rotel in the Internationalm aisle.
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if you really want rotel tomatoes, they have them at amazon dot com . they're sold in a 12 can pack.


dedicated, i have the same dishes as in your picture...i have rectangular dinner plates and soup bowls and one square platter.
thanks for the info!

Those aren't my pics...got them from another site...
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Old 10-31-2009, 05:52 AM   #83
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Thanks for the recipe. This sounds yummy and sounds like something I can eat for breakfast. I'm so tired of eggs. If it helped someone to lose a little more....woo hooo!!!

I'm having it for breakfast right now!
Even the four-year-old approves!
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I was going to post that I wasn't all that crazy about it but I just realized I've not been hungry since I ate it lots and lots of hours ago.
So I made another batch and I'm liking it more. (I actually found Rotel at one of the grocery stores around here, but decided to stick with a can of diced tomatoes and a can of chili peppers instead). I added a bunch of Frank's Hot Sauce to the mixture and used medium Italian sausage this time (just squeezed it out of the link) and it's sooooooooo good. When I heat it up, I either put some shredded cheese in it or sour cream to cut the hot.

I was eating it at work and someone asked me what it was ~ I explained how to make it and he was all "So.....it's pretty much chili then without the beans?" So that's what I'm calling it now ~ beanless kindachili.
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I had some at work one night, and one of my friends also asked me what it was. I told him that I didn't have a name for it, and told him what was in it. He said, "Well, that sounds like Hillbilly Goulash to me." So, that's what I've been calling it.
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I had some at work one night, and one of my friends also asked me what it was. I told him that I didn't have a name for it, and told him what was in it. He said, "Well, that sounds like Hillbilly Goulash to me." So, that's what I've been calling it.

I like that! I think I'll call it Hillbilly Kindachili ~ sweet.
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I like that! I think I'll call it Hillbilly Kindachili ~ sweet.
I like that one, too!
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There's a recipe somewhere on the internet called "Dago Cabbage". One of my friends said that my "hillbilly goulash" reminded him of that. Dago Cabbage is made with cabbage (of course), sausage, and stewed tomatoes, and I don't know what else.


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Found one of the recipes (there are several variations). Kinda similar. Kinda.
DAGO CABBAGE

2 lbs. ground beef
1 lb. hot sausage
1 lg. can tomatoes
2 sm. cans tomato paste
1 tsp. oregano
1 lg. onion, chopped
Garlic salt & pepper to taste
1 lg. cabbage

Cook beef, sausage and onion in skillet; drain. Chop the pulp of the tomatoes. Add them and other ingredients (except cabbage) to meat mixture. Shred cabbage and cook in small amount of water until tender. Drain and add to first mixture. Simmer all together for 20 to 30 minutes. Serve over hot cornbread.

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I love this stuff because it's a base for so many dishes. I make a big batch and then turn it into anything I feel for, but the main part is all ready to go.

You can turn it into:
chili
unstuffed cabbage rolls
enchiladas
chile rellenos
taco meat
topping over veggies
casseroles
quiche

you name it...
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I know it as this recipe. In post #7 is a picture of a Rotel can:

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...-favorite.html
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