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RECIPE AN UKRANIAN DISH CALLED HOLUBCHI

YOU TAKE SOME CABBAGE LEAVES AND IMMERSE THEM IN BOILING WATER FOR
ABOUT THREE MINUTES. THEN IN THE CENTER OF THE LEAVES YOU PLACE
A TABLESPOON FULL OF A MIXTURE OF GROUND BEEF, ONION AND RICE.
YOU THEN FOLD THE LEAF AROUND THE MIXTURE AND BAKE IN TOMATO SAUCE
FOR ONE HOUR AT 300 DEGREES.

Where learned: THE UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; DORM

Keyword(s): FOOD

Subject headings: Food Drink -- Manner of preparation

Date learned: 03-02-1971

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