Start by making cuts on the cabbage diagonally then cut it diagonally again in the opposite direction, do not cut all the way through.
Transfer the cabbage to a bowl and set aside.
Into a skillet, add a drizzle of olive oil and add the potatoes chopped into dices, also add the ground beef, mix for about 3 minutes or until the meat browns.
Add the diced peppers and the grated carrots, mix again and cook for another 3 minutes.
After this time, add the cabbage we’ve chopped and mix well, cover the pan and let it all cook for 20 minutes on low heat.
Now, season with salt, black pepper and red pepper, mix again and turn off the heat, set aside.
In a bowl, put the eggs and beat them well, add the milk, the table cream, the oil and the crushed garlic cloves, season with black pepper, salt, and red pepper, finally add the wheat flour, mix it all again. Add parsley to taste and mix.
Into a baking dish, add a drizzle of olive oil and evenly spread it all over the container, add all the meat mixture we’ve set aside, spread it well and add the sauce we’ve made.
Top it all with the shredded mozzarella cheese and with some oregano to taste.
Bake in a preheated oven at 200°C (392°F) for 35 minutes.
Mary 5 days ago
Cabbage pie looks delicious . Would you be kind enough to e-mail me the directions.
That Recipe 4 days ago
There is a video explaining the recipe step by step at the link below. https://youtu.be/IFiixko6xn0
Anne 15 days ago
Hello What can be used instead of wheat flour and why do you use wheat flour. What is table cream? Also, why do you pour milk on the cabbage, confuse because its not listed in recipe ingredients or directions.
That Recipe 15 days ago
In this recipe we use wheat flour, in this case it is cream milk, the milk is used to pour into the cabbage like at the beginning of the video, cut the cabbage, add 150 ml of milk and set aside.
Eileen 16 days ago
Can you send me the cabbage pie recipe, not in grams, but in spoons and cups!
That Recipe 16 days ago
We made this recipe with measurements in grams.
Dave 16 days ago
Sherri H 18 days ago
What is it that you're pouring over the cabbage at the beginning of the video? It's not mentioned in the recipe or the directions..... Haven't tried it yet, but it looks good!!
That Recipe 18 days ago
Belina Pearce 21 days ago
I love the recipe. I don't eat cabbage I made for my husband and he enjoyed his cabbage cooked deferent. Thanks for your recipe.
Carol Lagier a month ago
Looks good, will try it!
Rebecca Sovine a month ago
Can’t wait to get me a cabbage and try this!’
Debi Ness a month ago
This looks wonderful
Josie Sarac a month ago