Another example of traditional Polish food are stuffed cabbage rolls. In Polish, they are called “golabki” which means little pigeons. Typically, they are stuffed with rice and ground meat (pork or beef) and cooked in a tomato sauce. For the vegetarians, there is a version where meat is substituted by mushrooms. Preparation of this dish requires some skills as the whole cabbage head needs to be pre-cooked or steamed and large enough leaves separated so that they can be stuffed and rolled, then slowly cooked in tomato sauce till ready.