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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

We really loved this recipe! I added Morningstar Farms Veggie Bacon. It came out great. Really simple and delicious! Thanks for another great recipe, Rita!

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Dominick & Amanda August 25, 2009

Really yummy and -so- cheap. It probably cost $5 to buy the ingredients and it made a LOT. I will have to finish it off tomorrow... should have halved the recipe! Oh well, it was really GOOD! It does seem like sausage would be very tasty in this dish as well.

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Mrs. Delishis June 15, 2009

Im not a big cabbage fan but I have to say this was great! I did it exactly like the recipe. Next time I think I would use less noodles, more cabbage and more veggies. I think you could alter this to suit your preferences. Browning the onions made the dish sweet and adding the pepper topped it off. Thanx for something different

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kbcountrymom June 14, 2009

This was very good. I only made two changes when I cooked it: I cut the onion amount in half and I added the frozen peas in with the noodles and let them cook together. Since I'm trying to go vegetarian next time I'll use less noodles.Thanks for sharing!

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Brighid April 24, 2009

Thank you for a blast from the past. This tasted just like my grandma used to make, back in Poland. What I did was cook everything on high heat. It gives the cabbage a slightly different taste, and texture which to me is just wonderful.

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Katanashrp April 02, 2009

I was doubtful about cabbage, but this was delicious! My meat-loving husband and my 2 year old boy gobbled this down! (Victory!) I did add the peas and little shards of turkey bacon. Also, I substituted "dumpling" noodles for egg noodles because they don't have all the cholesteral of egg noodles. Even with the dumpling noodles, it was great. Thanks for sharing, we'll make this often!

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The T-MAC March 24, 2009

Simple yet quite tasty and a full meal in itself. I added a chicken base and seasonings to my cabbage as it cooked. Finely chopped broccoli is a good addition too.

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MzJonz February 23, 2009

Simple but surprizingly good...another winner! I, too, added a little extra spice because I prefer spicy.

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shellbee January 20, 2009

This dish is incredibly easy. I made the recipe exactly as instructed, lots of salt and lots of pepper. I do not enjoy oily foods so the first issue I had was the amount of oil and butter. I think it can be done with half the amount. Secondly, the flavor was great but it lacked excitement. I added a little chilli and other spices. This dish is a great base in which you can easily accustom to your taste. Thanks RITA

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NORI... No Thanks! January 07, 2009
Cabbage and Noodles