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My husband and I love this recipe. I've tried cabbage in everything, and I rarely like it. But this is AMAZING!

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amawaters June 15, 2011

This was a very nice recipe. The cabbage went well with the noodles but on the whole the dish was slightly too bland for us. I thought of adding some cheese for extra flavor initially, but decided to stay true to the recipe and see how it turned out. I didn't think that the cottage cheese and sour cream added much to the dish in terms of flavor and taste. So if I make it again, I will omit that step.

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eatrealfood July 30, 2010

Very good! Was looking for a good way to use up a head of cabbage, and this is my favorite. I modified it somewhat--used EVOO instead of butter, light sour cream instead of regular, and used a whole lg. container of FF cottage cheese to increase the protein. I also added about 1/2 C of fresh grated Pecorino-Romano for added flavor. Yum. Love the combo. MUCH better after one or two days, the flavors do incredible things with the time.

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CuriousExperimenter November 01, 2009

Followed recipe exactly. Brought this dish to a potluck lunch with several other polish dishes. It's presentation made most people sceptical, but those who tried it loved it. As for myself, I enjoyed the leftovers for days to come - reheats well.

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Xilinxchic April 23, 2008

The recipe is pretty good--I've never had the dish with the rich cheese/sour cream mixture. I only used 2 T of butter because of the addition of the cheese and sour cream, I think it came out pretty well.

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LMCski April 07, 2008

I've eaten this at your house and made by your very own hands quite a few times...think I can say its DELICIOUS!!! and Yay for finding out you put it onto here! Didn't even know you used recipezaar! xx your sister-in-law

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American Blondie January 23, 2008

My Polish family never went beyond step 3, and they would roll in their graves if they knew what they were missing, lol.. Delicious, creamy and very filling, it could have easily been a meal in itself, but I accidentally also made fried schnitzel as well, oops.. well these days we can afford a splurge, unlike our Polish ancestors who had to put whatever ingredients they had together in order to even survive.. (ahem).. anyways, thanks for this great recipe. Hope you post more of you family's Polish recipes!

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steve in FL October 06, 2007

I am giving this a three because it needs a little work. The basic recipe is bland.I will make it again because it contains several of my favorite foods but I will play with it first. I think a little garlic salt, maybe some chopped chive or green onion tops sprinkled on the last 15 minutes of baking time. Also, there is way to much butter. I used about half of amount called for and it was plenty. If you prefer bland food this is it but if you want a little zip, better adjust the recipe. Thanks for giving me a starting point for a good and could be healthy casserole.

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beancooker September 26, 2007
Halushki - Cabbage and Noodles