Stuffed cabbage are a fundamental part of every traditional Ashkenazi Purim meal. While these meat-filled delights are enjoyed during multiple holidays, they have a special meaning on Purim. As you know, G-d’s name is notably absent from the Megillah, and the stuffed delicacies signify that Hashem is ever present, even when you can’t see him – much like the meat is hidden in its outer shell.
This is a family recipe.
Yields 60 to 70 portions