lean ground beef (90% lean or better) sliced cabbage (smaller pieces cook faster) chopped onion garlic powder salt and pepper flatbread, pita, flour tortilla or other wrap bread water
A note about quantities. You can use just about any proportions you want from mostly meat to mostly veggie. I tend to use equal parts beef and cabbage with about half of whatever size onion I happen to have at the time. Using these proportions about half a pound of lean beef makes a nice meal for two.
This recipe is very flexible and you can freely include just about any vegetable you have handy. We have tried diced tomatoes (drained), diced bell peppers, sliced mushrooms, shredded carrots (cooked until soft) and even some left over mashed potatoes mixed in near the end. They all were wonderful in their own way. Feel free to be creative.
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You may notice that some of our recipes do not contain exact measurements for all ingredients. Cooking on the road is an art more than a science. We view each recipe as only a suggestion - a starting point for your own personal creativity.
We aren't usually dealing with food chemistry in these recipes since we aren't baking with leavening, etc., so feel free to use as much or as little of any suggested ingredient. Be creative and imaginative! Substitute the foods you like or have available for the ones in the recipes. And if you find something that turns out well for you, please share it with the rest of us.