This was delish! I had to buy caraway seed, as it isn't something I normally use, and I'm glad I did. A definite keeper.
I have had this before but without the caraway seed and sour cream. Enjoyed the sour cream but the caraway seed had a strong flavor that didnt work well for me. For folks that arent sure if they like caraway seed start with !/2 teaspoon or less and add more if needed. Nice comfort food and inexpensive! Thank you Laudee for posting this recipe. Made and reviewed for The Secret Ingredient tag game.
This is some mighty good comfort food. I used some local Kielbasa, and made it just like you directed. Please, do not omit the caraway. It is perfect in this cabbage dish. The sour cream was good. Thanks, MizLaudee for sharing your recipe. A real keeper!
When my BIL asked for noodles and cabbage, this is the one I selected. He says "Thumbs up!". The next time he asked for soul food, this is what he will get.
GREAT RECIPE, My husband really enjoyed it. I did fry the noodles in a seperate pan, then added them to the cabbage that I had prepared. My husband loves just plain fried noodles. The onion and caraway seed gives it a nice flavor.Thank you for posting the recipe I will be making this again for sure.
Nice touch with the caraway seeds...never tried that before, caraway seeds gave it a bit more 'depth'. Thanks for posting!
Wonderful recipe !
I used pre-shredded coleslaw mix, omitted the caraway seed, added chopped garlic, and cooked the onions and cabbage until it was all caramelized. I also used olive oil instead of butter. My boyfriend and I both enjoyed the meal! We topped our plates with extra sour cream and some grated Asiago cheese. Pretty cheap, quick and YUMMY!
This is one of my favorite comfort foods! Late Fall & early Spring when the weather is cool and cabbage is at it's peak, I make this almost once a week. This time I paired it with kindcooks Delicious Homemade Egg Noodles & it was (((AMAZING)))!!!
Very delish and easy vegetarian dish. I cut the cabbage into thin strips and cook a little longer on med-low to get some pieces caramelized. I also add a dash of paprika and red pepper flakes. It tastes good with a sprinkling of parm. cheese if you're feeling decadent. : )