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STUFFED CABBAGE ROLLS

Category:    Hamburgers
Yield:5 servings
 
     12    Cabbage leaves                    1/8 ts Pepper
      1 lb Hamburger                         1/8 ts Garlic salt
    1/2 c  Uncooked instant rice               1 cn (15 oz) tomato sauce
      1 md Onion,about 1/2 cup                 1 ts Sugar
      1 cn (4 oz) mushroom stems and         1/2 ts Lemon juice
           Pieces                              1 tb Cornstarch
      1 ts Salt                                1 tb Water
 
  Cover cabbage leaves with boiling water.Cover;let stand until leaves are
  limp,about 10 minutes.Remove leaves;drain. Mix
  hamburger,rice,onion,mushrooms,with liquid,salt,pepper,garlic salt and 1/2
  cup of the tomato sauce.Place about 1/3 cup hamburger mixture at stem end
  of each leaf.Roll leaf around hamburger mixture tucking in sides. Place
  cabbage rolls seam side down in ungreased square baking dish, 8 x 8 x
  2".Mix remaining tomato sauce,sugar and lemon juice;pour over cabbage
  rolls.Cover;cook in 350 degree oven until hamburger is done, about 45
  minutes. Mix cornstarch and 1 tbsp.water in saucepan.Stir in liquid from
  cabbage rolls.Heat to boiling,stirring constantly.Boil and stir 1
  minute.Serve sauce with cabbage rolls.Garnish with parsley,if desired.
  Makes 4 to 5 servings.
 

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