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Stuffed Cabbage Rolls with Tomato Sauce is a gluten-free cannelloni. Made of spiced ground beef/pork filling with garlic, onion, and rice topped with a tomato sauce. It’s a comforting dish without all the carbs. Stuffed Cabbage Rolls with Tomato Sauce are a popular dish throughout Eastern Europe to Asia. Although they have many different variations from place to place, some are made with a side of sour cream others with savoy cabbage, etc. This version is closer to the Polish version called Gołąbki which is a mix of minced beef and pork filling cabbage rolls cooked in the oven with a simple tomato sauce. Cabbage the Magnificent You could use Savoy or red cabbage also for this recipe. Although, the traditional and thickest would be the green cabbage. For once a veggie is used as a container, and cutting on the carbs and gluten is always a welcomed break for…

A traditional family dinner that is part of every French Canadian table is the famous ‘paté chinois.’ A three-layered pie of ground meat followed by corn and topped with mashed potatoes. This version has a Spanish flair with extra paprika, garlic, and thyme. Paté Chinois / French Canadian Shepherd’s pie is a typically French Canadian meal… Created by British railroad workers, in the 19th century, as an imitation of the famous “cottage pie” (beef, lamb and mashed potatoes). The dish was an imminent “hit,” at least, for the “on-site” railroad workers, including many French Canadians and Chinese workers. The French brought it back home and called it: Chinese paté… which has nothing to do with China… The “paté chinois” differs from the cottage pie or shepherd’s pie mainly because the corn layer in the middle was a cheap and easy ingredient. For the majority, this is the meal every household does…