A Jewish specialty dish that is basically a type of stuffed cabbage roll. Various mixtures of savory ingredients are placed onto large cabbage leaves, which are then rolled and cooked, either by baking or simmering on the stovetop. Most often, the ingredients used for the stuffing include a mixture of ground beef, chopped onion, eggs, and a variety of seasonings. A sweet and sour sauce is traditionally served as an accompaniment for the dish. The cabbage rolls are one of the most common dishes served during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Another name for Holishkes is praches.
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