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    krautfleckerl - Austrian cabbage dish

    pheasant farmer
    Thu Sep 01, 2005 3:53 pm Groupie
    Does anyone have a recipe for this ? English would help, but I could possibly limp along in German.

    Thanks very much - this was a favorite dish of ours at a little cafe in the Weinerwald when we lived in Vienna.

    Fri Sep 02, 2005 3:31 am Groupie
    Hi Janet,
    My grandmother used to make this, I never had the recipe until I found it on the internet and have been cooking it (changed it a bit)
    Seeing your request I decided to post it on Zaar, its not published yet( maybe tomorrow?) but here it is! I hope this is what you are looking for! icon_biggrin.gif

    Krautfleckerl- Hungarian Cabbage and Noodles Recipe #rz.14573
    This dish has its roots in Hungary but is also popular in Austria and Germany. My German grandmother made this using square pieces of pasta but I will post the recipe as I found it on the internet. I like to fry some chopped bacon and garlic together with the onions and cabbage.

    1 tablespoon salt
    4 cups finely shredded cabbage (or grated)
    1 cup finely sliced onions
    4 tablespoons butter (vegetable oil or other fat)
    2 teaspoons sugar
    1/4 teaspoon pepper
    3 cups cooked broad egg noodles, drained
    sour cream, to serve (optional)

    6 servings Change size or US/metric
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    1 hour 5 minutes 25 mins prep
    Mix the salt and cabbage together and let stand 30 minutes.
    Squeeze out as much liquid as possible. Heat the butter in a deep skillet, add the onions, cabbage, sugar and pepper.
    Cook over low heat, stirring frequently, until cabbage is browned, about 25/30 minutes.
    Add the noodles and toss to blend thoroughly.
    Note: To reduce fat, you can use just 1 tablespoon butter and saute the cabbage for a few minutes, then finish with a little chicken stock, stirring frequently.
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    pheasant farmer
    Fri Sep 02, 2005 8:08 am Groupie
    That sounds much like the dish I remember - without the sour cream, but that sounds great too. Thanks - I am looking forward to trying this.

    Sat Sep 03, 2005 3:33 am Groupie
    Janet it is is the link Krautfleckerl- Hungarian Cabbage and Noodles recipe #135934

    Hope you will try it and that it will be as you remembered it!
    pheasant farmer
    Sat Sep 03, 2005 7:25 am Groupie
    Thank you, thank you - I am going to make it tonight !!!
    Sat Sep 03, 2005 9:30 am Groupie
    Oh yum! Pets, that went straight into my cookbook!
    Sat Sep 03, 2005 11:56 am Groupie
    Nan, I hope you like it if you should make it. I do, but I like cabbage with the combo of the pasta and I like it even better with bacon and garlic added (and some sour cream!) I am curious to see or this recipe will be tried and how it will be judged by members, think its cool pheasant farmer requested it!!! (if I only could tell my grandmother!!)
    pheasant farmer
    Sat Sep 03, 2005 7:18 pm Groupie
    Wow - a blast from the past. It was like we remembered (except the noodle shape - the Austrian one had a more flat noodle and mine was curly LOL) We thought this recipe was just great. The prep on the cabbage made a real difference from when I've tried making this before - it was really, really good.

    I used real farm butter - didn't try the sour cream, but we will next time.

    Thank you sooooo much !!

    Sun Sep 04, 2005 2:37 am Groupie
    Good Morning....Yippee!!!!

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