I typically don't like it when others rate a recipe when they've changed so much that they have a totally new recipe. I made this today and it will be a keeper. Trying to reduce fat and sodium, I only used 2 Tbsp butter in the onions and used cheddar cheese soup instead of cream of mushroom. I also added mushroom. BIL loved the creaminess of the recipe. Thank you Miss Annie for a great cabbage recipe.
A Crowd pleaser! Once again, an "I don't like cabbage" eater loved it! A requested favorite for holidays by the family! I used about 1/2 colby cheese & 1/2 sharp cheddar. Made it in the morning, put it in the fridge until about 45 minutes before we ate.
Yumm-O! This was very good! I do recommend increasing the amount of breadcrumbs, 1/4 cup doesn't cover the whole casserole. I would also recommend adding some spices (garlic salt was great). But it sure was good just as it was!
Turned out great! I grated 3 small-medium potatoes in with the cabbage. It doesn't have a strong cabbage taste like you would think it would. So yummy!
So good. I used half American cheese and half Sharp Cheddar and I also added shredded carrots to the cabbage. I will be making this again soon and next time I'm going to add even more vegetables.
I thought this was fantastic. This is something I will make again soon.
Loved this. I added a small package of frozen mixed vegetables (between steps 4 & 5 and the casserole became a hearty, complete vegetarian meal.
Very good! I'm not a big cabbage fan but this was great. Made just as directed. Thank you
Hello, Miss Annie!! :) I made this last night for dinner, along side a few meatballs and vegies. I had to halve the recipe, since it was just the two of us. It was soooooo tasty and went well with the meatballs. I made my own breadcrumbs, which were seasoned with italian seasoning and garlic powder. Thank you so much for the great recipe!! I will be making t his again, for sure!
Yum Yum!! Just finished up leftovers of this for lunch. Thanks for giving me a new option for cabbage. Used grated parmesian/romano and topped with some crushed saltines as this is all i had on hand at the time. Yum!