°2 heads of cabbage
°2 pounds of ground beef
°3 cups of cooked rice
°1 teaspoon of garlic
°1 tablespoon of parsley
°2 pieces of onion cut into cubes
°1 – 15 oz. Are tomatoes capable of ketchup
°1-28 oz. Can mashed tomatoes
°1/4 cup tomato sauce (with meat)
°Salt and pepper to taste
Place the head of cabbage in a bowl of sparkling water, and remove the cabbage leaves, one at a time.
Remove the tough part from the end of the cabbage leaf with a sharp blade.
Combine all the fixings except for a 15-ounce container of tomato sauce and pureed tomatoes and place a modest amount (the size of a frankfurter) on the cabbage leaf, move up like fajita and wrinkle-side down into the goulash dish. I put tomato sauce and a cabbage leaf or 2 on the base of the meal plate so the halupke doesn’t get consumed.
Pour the tomato puree over the Halupkys.
Cover and heat for about 75 minutes at 375°F.
Turn broiler to 325°F and prepare for about 90 more minutes, until cabbage is tender. season every hour.
Served with tomato sauce.