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German Cabbage and Sausage dish?

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Hi folks

 

Mum was German, and she used to make a dish, which I still copy to this day. Its simply Savoy Cabbage leaves, layered in a saucepan with a mixture of sausagemeat, onions and breadcrumbs, Then water is poured over, an Oxo cube added, and its all boiled up for an hour. Its sliced up like a cake and served with boiled potatoes and the 'gravy' from the cabbage and sausage mix. Has anyone else heard of this? I've never seen it anywhere else. 

 

Chris

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I've seen it done as a sort of cabbage roll with german sausages unskinned and then used with the breadcrumbs, onions as stuffing for the cabbage rolls. 

 

There are some good soups with similar ingredients and flavor profiles. 

 

But I've not seen it done as a casserole as you described. Sounds easier than cabbage rolls. 

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That sounds good I'm going to try it.  I usually saute red cabbage and onion with bacon and apples.  Or make golumkis - funny thing is I hate boiled cabbage as in corned beef and cabbage. 

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