Vegetarian Chili Cabbage Wrap Thing.......?





Introduction: Vegetarian Chili Cabbage Wrap Thing.......?

Step 1: Ingredients

1. Fantastic World Foods Vegetarian Chili Mix.
2. Herdez  Salsa...*A store brand has more moisture than my own.
3. Head of  Cabbage.

Step 2: Portions

Measure off 1/2 cup of  Herdez and 1/3 cup of Chili Mix.

Step 3: Mixing

Mix both ingredients into a dish and let sit for about 2 hours.  *this mix is made to be cooked with hot water....NOT!  I just give it time to "self cook".

Step 4: Cabbage

1. Peal off 2 leafs of Cabbage.
2. Cut away unwanted portion of Cabbage.

Step 5: Cooking of Cabbage

Boil, steam, whatever!  Just cook it to your taste. This I cooked about 4 to 5 minutes with a lid.

Step 6: Cooling of Cabbage

I lay it out on a towel to dry and cool down for a couple of minutes.

Step 7: Roll It Up Dude!

Roll it up folding one end over at the beginning.
The amount used is in proportion to the size of the cabbage leaf. 

Step 8: Store

I store this in a dish with a paper towel at the bottom to suck out any extra moisture.
Of course, I usually make a few more than this at one time.  I also let this sit for a while to "dry up".  I put these in my old produce bags and take them as lunch on the go.



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This stuff is great, but not very spicy. Adding in the salsa and the wrap is a great idea. I might use several layers of cabbage.

More cabbage is a GREAT idea. Im always in such a rush I didnt even think about it

This looks and sounds heavenly!

Ive never seen chili like that but then Im not vegan so I haven't looked. Your idea of just allowing the juices of the salsa to rehydrate the chilli mix seems like a winner and the resulting mix doesn't look real wet. Not being a vegan I would probably add some cheese to the roll up but I would consider trying the vegan chilli if I can find it. Cabbage and lettuce leaves make a tasty wrap for a lot of fillings either raw or cooked. The last picture put me in the mood for gramma's stuffed cabbage.....

  I was turned on to this product by a girlfriend.  I then used it on my various cycling/hobo camping trips as dry food, where my hydration methods got perfected. 
  As for the cabbage, I first read that Captain Cook solved his Scurvy problems with it in the form of barreled Sauerkraut.  Then I took a stroll last summer through east Texas and Arkansas, now I cannot leave the stuff alone!