These stuffed cabbage rolls from the Jewish Food Hero Kitchen are as tasty and filling as traditional cabbage rolls, while being lighter and fresher in taste. The rolls can be baked or made in a slow cooker. Double the recipe if you want to serve it as leftovers the next day or if you would like guests to have more than two. This dish is just as delicious served at room temperature as it is served hot.
These plant-based stuffed cabbage rolls are hearty and delicious. They are also meat-free, dairy-free, oil-free, and filled with healthy ingredients. The filling is full of flavors and textures from the tempeh, pine nuts, raisins, and barley.
The mix of tomatoes, sauerkraut, and paprika makes the sauce very savory, slightly sweet, and tangy.
This recipe does take a bit of prep because you need to assemble a couple different elements, but the end results are phenomenal and you will be glad you put in the effort. This is a dish perfect for a Shabbat or holiday meal with friends and family. You can also assemble the dish the day before and just bake the rolls on the day you want to serve them.