157 Reviews

I made this recipe on 3/11/11 for the " Sides " event in Food Photo Forum,and most importantly for mine and my SO's dinner.:)Except for cutting the recipe in half,the recipe was followed exactly as written. And since you can't go wrong with bacon :),it to was added.For a true " German Type Meal " this was served as a side dish to go with Wiener Schnitzel,Osman's Weiner Schnitzel. Since with both enjoyed this so much, it will be made again.Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � March 12, 2011

I used farfalle, diced ham, and corn (instead of the peas) since that was what I had in the house. As I was making this dish, I set aside some of the plain pasta just in case my kids (ages 5-8) wouldn't eat it. Turned out to be completely unnecessary, as everyone, including my uber-picky 5-year-old (who snubs his nose at pizza and mac'n'cheese) gobbled this up! I let everyone add their own salt and pepper, and I was surprised that my kids all loved the pepper and even added more! These are the same kids who don't like ketchup because it's "too spicy". Go figure. I can't even remember the last time all 5 members of my family liked something this much. I will be making this again soon! Thanks for posting!!

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julicle January 12, 2011

I made this last night with bacon. Easy Peasy!!! My granddaughter loved it! I had the rest for lunch today...it heats up well in the microwave! I will surely make this again!

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Big Mama #4 December 06, 2010

Decided on this recipe as I had leftover peas in the freezer and cooked pasta from yesterday. This was a lot better than I thought it'd taste (and I like cabbage.) What a nice surprise. Hubby and I really liked it. Thanks.

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~Srb~ September 14, 2010

Eating this dish will probably kill me, with all its butter and bacon, and I totally don't mind. I've never eaten any Polish or Hungarian food before, and if this is what it's like then I approve. I've made it both with and without bacon, and I feel that it's good without but even better with . . . although that could be my bacon addition talking.

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happyvalleygirl July 22, 2010

This makes a great side dish - delicious and easy!

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staci.spass April 18, 2010

Great easy cheap dish! I used 3/4 of a cabbage (we love cabbage!) and 6 slices of bacon. I dumped all of the grease except 2 tbs and subbed it for the EVOO. We loved it, thank you Rita!

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lolablitz April 01, 2010

Great recipe! I followed this exactly the way it was written. I doubled it, and it did so nicely. I do think next time, however, I will add the bacon because that might add a bit more umph to it. I also tried it with parmesan after having it plain, and it was tasty too... very great recipe. Thanks so much! I will make again and again!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ March 14, 2010

Yummy! I will make this again! Thanks!

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LisaA February 18, 2010

A very cheap, filling meal. My family really liked it. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Chef Sarita in Austin Texas January 14, 2010
Cabbage and Noodles