Sunday, October 13, 2019

Southwest Cabbage Roll Soup with antelope






Cut the core out of a head of green cabbage, boil till the layers separate easily (only a few minutes) Transfer the cabbage leaves to an ice water bath.

Peel, and finely dice 6-8 medium potatoes. Dice one large onion. Cover the bottom of a large pot in olive oil. Place 3/4 of the onion into the oil. Cook on medium high till half cooked. Cut 1/2 a large head of cauliflower and throw into the pot with onions and oil. Stir often. As the onions just begin to brown, add 3/4 of the diced potatoes into the pot. Slice and add in the middle piece of the cabbage where the leaves were too small to stuff. Salt well. Add water to make a soup base. Simmer while you make the cabbage rolls.

Mix 3/4-1 lb ground antelope (any ground red meat should do if you can't find antelope), add the remainder of the onions and potatoes and mix well. Cut the stems of the leaves down to 1/4 inch so they bend easily. Stuff the cabbage leaves with about an 1/8 of a cup of meat mix and roll them up, not forgetting to tuck in sides as you reach halfway while rolling.

Add the rolls to the soup base. Be sure to place them flap down so they will stay closed while cooking. Do not stir once rolls have been placed in soup. Cover and simmer for 45 minutes to an hour.
Serve for a hot comfort meal on a cold fall day! Enjoy!
~Gluten Free Em~

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