Spasiba! This was truly great Russian tasting comfort food. I served the cabbage recipe over egg noodles. And, to include all the Russian National Vegetables in one meal, we had beets and a cucumber salad as sides. My boys (born in Russia) loved it all. I did cook the sausage in a bit of water for a couple of minutes before adding them - that way, I removed some of the fat.
I have never taken the time to write a review, but I cannot stop eating this! Simple, easy and very good.
I was really happy with the result of this recipe. I searched for a different way to serve some cabbage and sausage instead of the boring same ol taste. I tried this and everyone seemed to enjoy it. I loved the taste and I used a really sweet onion and it brought out the flavor even more. I boiled my cabbage in chicken broth and it took any bitterness out of the cabbage too. I recommend this recipe. I loved it.
Nice surprise...hubby came home with a polish sausage after a guy trip...he was slicing it and putting it on crackers with cheese...anyway he had half left and I had some cabbage...did a search and this recipe popped up...ymmo!...made as posted with just a bit more salt and pepper...=)
Very simple and tasty! I will make it again.
This was delicious!!!
Hubby and mom both had seconds....so that means it was a hit;)) Thanks Jim!<br/>Oh my, I forgot the stars....sorry Jim;))
I agree with you, Jim, this is real comfort food. Delish! Made for Football Pool 2012
I made this for your win in Football tag, and I'm so glad I did! This was perfect for a cool night, and very much enjoyed. Everyone cleaned their plates! Thanks for sharing.