Perfect Stuffed Cabbage

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This easy dinner idea for Whole30 Stuffed Cabbage is a healthier version of the classic using riced cauliflower for the rice and prosciutto to the ground beef and pork mixture which results in fantastic flavor. The tomato sauce for this easy cabbage recipe is sweetened with Mission figs which also adds a rich, deep flavor to the sauce. This easy dinner idea rivals any good stuffed cabbage recipe, whether it's Whole30 or not. You can, alter this easy dinner idea to be non-whole 30 by using regular cooked rice instead of the cauliflower rice, and using regular ground beef and pork instead of organic or grass-fed meat. The Whole30 meal plan avoids some of the most common allergens to help reset the way you eat so that you can feel healthy again. On this diet, you can eat real food with moderate portions of meat, seafood, and eggs. This diet eats lots of vegetables, some fruit, plenty of natural fats; and herbs, spices, and seasonings. The Whole30 diet has you consuming no added sugar, grains, legumes, carrageenan, MSG, or sulphites for 30 days. You will find the full step cabbage recipe at A Family Feast site.

Using cauliflower rice in this easy dinner idea is just one of the ways you can use this popular grain free recipe. Cauliflower rice or couscous is surprisingly grain-like, and while it doesn't taste exactly like couscous or white rice, it does a fair job of coming close. Cauliflower rice or couscous is light and fluffy, it is also tender and has just the right amount of chew, just like rice. You can make cauliflower rice or couscous by pulsing the cauliflower florets into a food processor or by grating them on a box grater until the cauliflower has broken down into tiny granules. When eaten raw, the grains of cauliflower are tender but crunchy with a mild flavor. Raw cauliflower rice or couscous can be used just like cooked grains in easy dinner ideas such as cabbage recipes, tabbouleh or stirfries. Cauliflower cous cous can quickly be cooked in a little butter or olive oil on the stovetop, with the couscous becoming softer and more tender. This recipe can be served just like rice as a side dish recipe for curry, stir-fries, or beans. You can also use this side dish recipe as a fried rice dish and as a filling for burritos. You could also use cauliflower rice in a casserole, where it can hold its own.

To make cauliflower rice for your family-friendly meal ideas, start by cutting the cauliflower into large pieces. Then transfer the cauliflower into a food processor. Transfer the cauliflower pieces to a food processor. Make sure not to fill the food processor more than 3/4 of the way full, and if necessary process the cauliflower in two batches. Pulse the cauliflower pieces until they are completely broken down. Process the cauliflower in one-second pulses until the cauliflower has completely broken down into couscous or rice sized granules. Alternatively, you can grate the florets on the large holes of a box grater. Pull out any of the unprocessed pieces. Cauliflower rice or couscous can be used raw and tossed just like grains into a salad recipe or in a cold side dish recipe. To cook cauliflower couscous to make it more tender and rice-like. Warm a tablespoon of olive oil or some butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Stir in the couscous and then sprinkle with a little salt.

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