Tapping into our inner lazy, this soup manifests. Stuffed Cabbage is a Hungarian specialty in which cabbage is rolled around a filling of ground meat and rice, and is then cooked with sauerkraut and a few tomatoes.
Since I try to find the fastest way around a boulder of any kind, unless it is a special occasion, at which time I will painstakingly roll said cabbage around stated filling, I decided to make this dish into a soup, at which point I came up with this creative name -
Stuffed Cabbage Soup.
It utilizes all of the main ingredients that are in the stuffed cabbage, including the ground protein, rice, sauerkraut, sour cream and tomatoes. It came out to being a delicious alternative to its more labor-intensive cousin.
TVP (or seitan): $1
sauerkraut, cabbage: $2.50
tomatoes, broth, rice: $2.50
onion, garlic, sour cream: $1
Total to make 5 servings: