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A super hit with a perpetually starved teenage boy. I liked it as well. I added a little bit of real bacon crumbles for the flavor and couldn't find any frozen green peas so I used some sugar snap peas and carrots and red peppers from a frozen mix.

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Donut Chef December 29, 2009

This was good, easy, and cheap, but it didn't *WOW* me, if you know what I mean. We're vegan, so we used Smart Balance, also I used purple cabbage which made it look BEAUTIFUL, and I used fettuccine noodles broken into thirds- instead of egg noodles. My 2 yr old LOVED it, and I will make it again.

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LizzyQ December 05, 2009

I used a bag of coleslaw mix (14 oz) and 8 oz of noodles. I used only 4 tablespoons of fat - butter for me, but olive oil would be just as good. in addition to salt and pepper, I used garlic pepper and something called McCormicks Salad Supreme that I had left from another recipe. It has paprika, poppy seeds, and little bit of kick. Really easy.

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bellneice neice November 23, 2009

Loved this. I added a bit of worcester sauce - because to me it needed a little boost salt wise. I also wanted a bit of sauce so I stirred in a spoonful of sour cream. Really great dinner

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Patti O'Furniture November 17, 2009

We really liked this dish a lot. I didn't actually measure anything and it turned out great. Served with bratwurst.

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mybirdzone November 15, 2009

Really good and simple dinner. Will be making many times in the future,though next time I will half the recipe,it makes a ton! Thanks for posting

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tselby November 02, 2009

Oh man, I was soooo looking forward to this recipe! I love all the ingredients, but put together everything is sorta bland. As suggested, I added a LOT of pepper... too much actually! I wish I had enjoyed this more - seems I am the sore thumb...

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Peachie Keene October 18, 2009

Great comfort food. Easy, simple and fast. Love it! I only had frozen peas and carrots but the orange color made it interesting. We will be putting this into our regular rotation in the future. Makes a lot! Would be great for a crowd. It reheats nicely. 10 yr old daughter wanted to take it for lunch, high complements. Thank you.

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Nado2003 September 30, 2009

Very good. I used 2 tsp. ground black pepper, but only used 8 oz. of egg noodles though. Served with polish sausages on the side.

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Andtototoo! September 21, 2009

First time making something like this. Did not use bacon or add peas. I'm curious what the author meant by LOTS of pepper. I doubt I used 1/4 tsp for 1/2 the recipe. The browned onions really make this yummy. Great comfort food.

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yellowdance2 September 05, 2009
Cabbage and Noodles