Bloody Maria Spicy Stuffed Cabbage

July 19, 2018

Bloody Maria Spicy Stuffed Cabbage

Mixing' It Up and adding a kick to classics is what we do! If you thought stuffed cabbage was your grandma's kinda recipe... then try adding Bloody Maria!  This truly adds a spicy kick this oldie but goodie has been missing AND it's a  Gluten-Free dish.  

Who can make boring meals with Bloody Maria in the kitchen?   

Bloody Maria Spicy Stuffed Cabbage

Cabbage 8-12 leaves
Ground Beef, Turkey or Meatloaf Blend 1 pound
Grain Of Choice 2 cups cooked
Bloody Maria Mix 2 cups

1. Cook ground meat/ beans and grain. Mix together so you have an even mix of 1:1 or even amounts of all 3. 

2. Add Bloody Maria Mix - Save 1/4 cup. Fill and fold cabbage leaves.  Top with the remaining Mix.  *If you want to reduce heat from Bloody Maria Mix, add tomato soup. 

3. Cover with foil & Bake at 375’  for 30 mins until cabbage is soft and sauce is hot and bubbly. 






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