Stuffed Cabbage Rolls are an excellent way to use fall foods. Simply sauté any assortment of veggies you get at the market, add seasonings and cheeses to your liking and stuff cabbage leaves (roll it like a burrito). Then, place your rolls in an oven-safe dish, cover with a sauce of your choosing and bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes.
Egyptian Style Stuffed Cabbage Leaves (Mashy Crump) from Food.com: These are a bit time consuming to make, but believe once you make, you will be asked to make again and again. This is vegetarian, but you could add a bit of cooked ground beef to rice stuffing mixture, but awesome even without. Many mediterraen countries make these, but this recipe is authentic Egyptian preparation. Enjoy!
In Armenian and nearby Middle Eastern cuisines, dolma refers to a family of stuffed vegetable dishes, most often wrapped in grape or cabbage leaves. You can use this same meat-and-rice filling—and a similar steaming technique—to hollow out and stuff zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, or peppers. Dolmas taste best warm, and leftovers can be resteamed one or more times as desired.