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