Sunday, January 10, 2010

That's how I casserole...

So this morning I was feeling funky. You know those blah days when nothing sounds good. I thought getting out in this beautiful weather (77°F) would help. I picked up a ton of work from my boss and I figured I'd sit outside Starbuck's and start working on things. Three hours on a hard wooden chair designed by Satan himself put me in an even worse mood. My assbone was not happy.

I went home, made this casserole, ate it sitting on soft cushy chair and all was right with the world again. There is nothing golden gooey cheese can not cure. Well gooey cheese and a happy assbone.


Shelly's Italian Baked Cabbage

1 head Cabbage, cooked & chopped
1 Yellow Onion, diced
3 Green Onions, diced
3 cloves Garlic, minced
4 large Mushrooms, sliced
1/2 a package of Ground Turkey
1/2 cup Marinara Sauce
1/2 cup storebought Alfredo Sauce
1/2 teaspoon Italian Seasonings
1 Tablespoon Basil, chopped
1/2 teaspoon Kosher Salt
a few twists of Black Pepper
2 Tablespoons Parmesan Cheese, grated
2 slices Provolone Cheese
Olive oil for sauteing

Cook cabbage, drain, chop. Set aside. Saute onions and mushrooms till golden. Add garlic cook 1 more minute. Add to cabbage. Saute turkey till no pink is seen. Add cabbage, onions mixture and remaining ingredients (except provolone) to pan and mix till combined. Pour into a Pyrex casserole dish and top with provolone cheese. Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes till bubbly and golden.

More Eggface casseroles:

Shelly's Philly Cheese Steak Casserole
Shelly's Chicken Carbonara Casserole
Shelly's Zucchini Roll-ups (aka Pasta-less Manicotti)
Shelly's Grilled Veggie Lasagna
Shelly's Basil Primavera Casserole
Shelly's Mediterranean Baked Shrimp
Shelly's Double Dip Chicken Casserole
Shelly's Chicken Dijon Casserole
Shelly's Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
Shelly's Italian Chicken Casserole
Shelly's Mexican Beef & Bean Bake
Shelly's Wine Country Chicken Casserole

Want more... just type casserole in the Eggface Search Engine <-- under my Before & After pictures.

7 comments:

Sara said...

That looks so yummy! I will be trying it!

Robin said...

Yum! I love cabbage, cabbage rolls, etc!! I think we will be having this soon! :)

Anonymous said...

Holy cow this looks great! Thanks for bringing up the ass bone. I have lost 146 pounds, I never knew where all my bone were, until now and the ass bone is driving me crazy. Just call me Numb Ass. At least I know it's normal. Thanks once again for sharing!

Shelley, Flagstaff, AZ

Chelsea's Mom said...

Oh man that looks good. I am in MN and we eat a lot of "hot dishes" in the winter! Uff da! Ya! I just made a huge batch of Minnestroni soup and will be eating that for days, but once it's gone I think I will have to try this. I'm glad it's ground turkey. For some reason chicken is no longer my friend post-op. And I also LOL at the assbone comments! Who knew that thing was hidden under my big butt all that time!! Funny!

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Hope you guys enjoy it. I can't wait to make this one again.

~M

Connie said...

Thanks, Shelly! Sounds like another winner.

Connie

Anonymous said...

Just put this in the oven for tonight's dinner. I tasted the cabbage mixture before I added in the turkey and I think it would make a great side. Sure puts a zip in plain old cabbage. Thanks Shelley.