We just finished eating this and it was raves all around the table. I made it meatless for my vegetarian daughter but bet it would be good with bacon in it also for us meat eaters :) I made as directed. It was easy to follow, came together quickly and tasted fabulous. I really appreciated the pics also as I had never made this type dish before and they helped me know I was on the right track at least. Thanks so much for a great post and will be a regular in this household.
FABULOUS! I made this as directed with red onion for color contrast. I also tossed in poppy seeds at the end. It turned out pretty and oh so comforting good! Freddy Cat says thanks for the food! Made for the ZWT4.
I'm a huge fan of cabbage and noodles and I never had frozen peas in them before. I really loved it! I'll be making cabbage and noodles this way again. Thanx!
Real comfort food. I used Amish spinach egg noodles that I found at my local produce mart. Since I used a butter substitute, I did add a bit more and some sea salt and a pinch of a couple of my favorite spices. Very Happy with this recipe. I would have given it 5 stars but Moms ol fried cabbage and onions is so dear to my heart that it this recipe has to come in second place. It leaves alot of room for variation and additions. But alone it is a very filling and satisfying comfort dish which I did really enjoy and not leave my plate feeling hungry!!! Very Very Good!!!!Thank you Rita!!!!!
Really easy and it tasted good too which is always a good combo. It also managed to get cabbage into my 'I hate everything green' partner. Made for ZWT4.
Perfectly delicious! I served ours with your Pork Chops (Kotlet Schabowy). It was a wonderful meal. Thanks for sharing, Rita. Made for ZWT4 the Flying Dutchess' team.
Wonderfu! I used whole wheat noodles, and subbed margarine for the butter, and was rewarded with a big bowl of pure comfort food. I sliced the onions rather than diced so they'd be the same shape as the cabbage once cooked, and I liked the way that worked out. I also used a regular (not non-stick) frying pan, which allowed the onions and cabbage to caramelize beautifully and add a lot of flavor. It does make a lot - I made half a batch and my deep 10-inch skillet was very full. Thank you for sharing this great recipe - it's definitely a keeper.
Maybe I did something wrong, but I felt like this recipe was really lacking. The only change I made for this recipe is that I used 100% whole wheat egg noodles, instead of regular. And I just felt like it was missing something, I ended up eating it with a bit of sour cream mixed in. I don't plan on making this again.
Had some cabbage to use up, so made this since it had a lot of good reviews. I didn't really realize how much I was making, and knowing my husband wouldn't touch it, I have A LOT to eat! Overall, it's good, but lacks some flavor. I added some garlic with the onion. Tastes okay, but since DH won't eat it, probably won't make again.
I liked this a lot.