This is a great dish for a special occasion. It may not be quick, but it’s one to prepare when you have a willing accomplice in the kitchen, as in, ‘You make the sauce, I’ll make the stuffing, and we’ll roll the parcels together.’
Kåldomar (stuffed cabbage rolls) are a great Swedish classic often served as a midweek meal, but also served as part of a Christmas buffet. They were first introduced into Sweden at the beginning of the 18th century after Karl XII invaded Turkey. His soldiers took stuffed vine leaves back to Sweden and replaced the vine leaves with cabbage leaves.
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls are an excellent way to use fall foods. Simply sauté any assortment of veggies you get at the market, add seasonings and cheeses to your liking and stuff cabbage leaves (roll it like a burrito). Then, place your rolls in an oven-safe dish, cover with a sauce of your choosing and bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes.