Basic Cabbage Rolls (Japanese Home Cooking Recipe) | OCHIKERON | Create Eat Happy :)

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  1. Wow what a nice idea. I made dumplings today & I had leftover fillings. I was gonna make them into meatballs but I wanted to try something new 🤗 thank you for sharing 💕

  2. This looks good, I'll have to try it! I've never seen cooked meat mixed with raw meat then cooked again, what effect does this method have on the meat? I'm curious 🙂

  3. I didn't know there was a Japanese version of cabbage rolls! Awesome. We have something very similar in Russian cuisine. Served with sour cream. And there's usually rice in the filling along with meat.

  4. My Polish family makes these and calls them Golabki! We usually add like a tomato sauce instead of water to the pan while it’s cooking and they’re really good.

  5. We call it ‘dolma’ in Turkey 🇹🇷 Usually we eat it with plain yoghurt 🙂 It might sound gross to some people but it’s very normal for us😋👋🏼

  6. Hi! I'm so sorry for this but I don't recommend microwaving something in a plastic wrap (or any kind of plastic really) unless you plan on eating plastic. Can I achieve this with a bain-marie or steamer? It consumes water and takes more time (a steamer can accelerate) but It is still better for the environment and our health. That said, I really love this recipe! And thank you for all your inspiration 🙂

  7. My German grandma used to make cabbage rolls and your beautiful recipe reminds me of her cooking. It’s getting really cold in Australia so I will make your recipe today! Thanks for sharing ❤️❤️❤️

  8. Wow! That looks sooooo delicious! I think I will make it tonight! There is a similar dish here in Germany that is very popular. The difference is that instead of the kids saying 美味しい〜〜〜! , most of them are saying ええう?味が悪い!!!キャベツはぜんぜん好きじゃない!Such is life. Please stay genki! Thank you for another great video!

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