I really enjoyed this dish. I love veggies so it was a perfect...quick, easy, and delicious for an after work meal. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I can't wait to try it with different things like corn beef! MMMMM, I also had it as a main dish instead of a side, but I guess either way would work just fine. :-)
Looking at a few other recipes it was suggested to sweat the cabbage with a tablespoon of salt. So after shredding the cabbage, I sprinkled it with a tablespoon of kosher salt. I let that sit for about 30 - 45 minutes. Before adding the cabbage to the cooked onions, I added lots of pepper smoked paprika and regular paprika to the cabbage. After the cabbage cooked 5 minutes I was ready to eat the veg then! But after 10 minutes we added the pasta and peas.
The kids liked it but said next time no peas and to double the onions and cabbage. I agree about the onions and cabbage, but I liked the peas too.
We served this with kielbasa on the side.
Super yum, 4 out of 7 kids had more than one helping.
My family loved this recipe. When I announced about a month ago that I was tired of everything and was going to look for something different to make for dinner, my family was okay until I told them I was making Cabbage and Noodles. But, they put up a good front and then were just wowed. In fact, I am making it for Sunday dinner tonight. I added browned chicken/maple/apple sausage at the end and also added carraway seeds while the cabbage was cooking down. I made sure my onion cooked long, low and slow so it was sweet golden brown and soft. A keeper for me and one I will do often this winter.
Nice simple side dish for our dinner tonight. I halved the recipe and it still made a ton. I didn't add the olive oil. I think I should have let the cabbage and noodles brown a little, for extra flavor. Thanks for posting.
I used all butter and 3 adults loved this! Cabbage is not my favorite but this was really fantastic.
This was pretty tasty and I will definitely make it again. To cut the fat, I did not use as much oil or butter but did use some of each. I kept adding pepper even after I thought I had enough. It ended up being good for my taste. I did not use much salt. I also used fresh peas and cabbage out of the garden so the flavor of the veggies was fresh and delicious. I am a vegetarian so I did not use bacon.
After my first few spoonfuls, I decided that it needed a little something else. I have a good friend who is originally from Belarus and we share recipes. She has told me some Hungarian dishes are similar to Belarusian dishes but that she often serves her dishes with a dollop of sour cream on top. That's especially the case with dishes with cabbage, like cabbage rolls. So I put a dollop of fat free sour cream on top of my bowl. That was what it needed for my taste!
I ended up eating two more bowls doing the same thing.
This is so good! I was looking for a way to use up some cabbage tonight and had everything else on hand so decided to give this a try. It was really wonderful! I only made 1/2 a recipe and it still was a lot. Glad to have leftovers for tomorrow night. Thanks for posting!
This was surprisingly delish. I added some feta at the end to give it a creamy finish, and it was very satisfying.
Thanks for sharing! We are a family of 3, 2 adults and a child, and I halved the recipe and we still had leftovers (even though hubby went back for seconds!). Only had red cabbage on hand, so used that and it turned out to be quite colorful and striking...purple cabbage, green peas. Had a little leftover bacon that we tossed in too, but otherwise followed instructions. All of us gobbled it up, fairly sure we'll be making this again. =)