This was pretty good, it was definitely lacking something though I'm not sure what. Thanks for posting :)
I love cabbage, leeks and poppy seeds so this was a dish for me.The only change I made was I sauteed in 4 tbsp of butter and 2 tbsp of olive oil and I added about 1 tbsp of salt. And I used kittencal's homemade egg noodles. Everyone loved it. It was the first time that i have eaten savoy cabbage. i found it sweeter than regular. In my dish i added lemon juice because the only things i like sweet are desserts-im weird that way.
I didn't eat this but the family gave it 5 stars. Dallops of sour cream all around but no poppy seeds. I've use carraway seeds in other recipes and my husband loves that but the kids don't.
This recipe was alright, but I found it to be a bit too bland. I ended up adding some chili oil and salt and it was pretty tasty. Probably will not make it again.
We made copious substitutions with what we had on hand, so this recipe was more of a jumping off point for us, but it was delicious. (Savoy cabbage--> regular cabbage. 2 leeks-->1 to 2 c. peas (added later in cooking). 12 oz egg noodles-->4 c. penne. Poppy seed-->sesame seed, though we thought caraway would also taste good)
Our family loves this but traditionally we do not use garlic or leeks; maybe because we're from a poorer Hungarian village? You definitely have to brown the cabbage, meanwhile boil the noodles. Put a dab of cottage cheese on top and a sprinkle of paprika.
This is fantastic. My daughter and I have it as a main meal supper and I never alter it a bit. You need the leeks as someone else has said and I let the onion and leek caramelize for a good few minutes. Lots of pepper. Thank you for this simple but delicious recipe.
Delicious, I didn't use the poppy seeds and used half butter and olive oil, I also added in some chili flakes for heat, this is wonderful comfort food, thanks Bluemoon!
I enjoyed this with some sauteed cod this evening! I halved the recipe and couldn't find savoy cabbage so used napa. Thanks! Made for PRMR game.