Recipe by VOLZSTONE
"This recipe combines sage sausage, cabbage, and noodles. Simple and DELISH! This is my husband's grandma's recipe, and my husband's favorite. I couldn't ask for an easier favorite. It's better when served the next day, or cooled for at least an hour, then reheated. "
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1 (8 ounce) package
2 (12 ounce) packages
sage pork sausage
green pepper, diced
water, or as needed
1 large head
salt and pepper to taste
It was a cold day here in Buffalo, NY and this really hit the spot. A real comfort food. I only had smoked sausage on hand and it turned out great. I think it would also be good with ham. It's the kind of dish you can use your imagination with. Good recipe for a cold day.
My husband liked it, but I thought it was rather plain and mushy.
I followed the recipe, except used a 12 ounce bag of noodles and only one 12 ounce roll of Jones original breakfast sausage. It is wonderful. My husband loved it. I threw in one carrot chopped up for some 'color'. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Holy Cow - this recipe rocked. I made it as a side dish and we wished it was the main course. So much more healthy than plain buttered noodle haluski! The only change I made was to add a bit of chicken broth to the water. One reviewer thought it was mushy - I suggest cooking the noodle all the way and adding in the last few minutes. Delicious! I will be sharing this one! Thanks.
Made ths recipe for my wife who loves the compination of cabbage and a starch such as noodles or potatoes. Maybe it was the fact I used egg noodles instead of the ones listed in the recipe (they dont carry these in my market) but the end result was a mush and the wife, using our family rating system, said this should never return to the table. I even suggested some variations, but no. It's a shame. I was thinking this would be a home run, but in the end I struck out swinging.
We did a Mexican Polish version of this dish. I used chipotle kielbasa sausage, two cups of peppers, one onion, and then 1/2 the liquid - chicken broth. I fried the cabbage with the meat and veggies, tossed in the cooked noodles (al dente), then cooked down the stock. I put in one large diced tomato just before serving. It was really good. Excellent recipe to springboard from!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 402
** Calories from Fat: 202
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