"My husband calls this extreme Hamburger Helper® and says it is an awesome dish for a cold night as a yummy comfort food!!" — ajt1980
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heavy whipping cream
salt, or to taste
ground black pepper, or to taste
dry mustard powder
uncooked egg noodles
This was an easy dish to prepare, and had good taste. I had to add more liquid, as it cooked it up quite a bit. Good aroma and good comfort food.
never again, thick pasty, couldn't thin it down to get it good, like the cabbage though
Really enjoyed this! Very easy and delicious. I did sub beef stock for chicken stock, just because it seemed to make more sense. The smoked paprika is key here - I wouldn't make this with regular paprika. I think the folks that ended up with gummy noodles missed the part where it says to add water to make sure the noodles don't get dry. I added about 2/3 of a cup, which may have been a bit too much but it all worked out. Without knowing anything else, my husband tasted it and said, "Yum! It's healthy Hamburger Helper!" I'll definately make this again. Thanks!
I was really disappointed when I had my end product with this one. My husband is Polish and I really thought this was going to be like a paprikash,but not at all. I thought the noodles were way undercooked and gummy because they cooked in very little liquid. Also, there was way too much paprika. Needless to say, I won't be making this again.
This dish was very good. However, I would cut back on the "Smoked Paprika" and only use 1 TB instead of 2. Smoked Paprika is far more pungent than the sweet variety. I would also increase the powered mustard by adding 1/2 teaspoon more
This actually turned out pretty good! I used evoo instead of butter and decided to par cook my noodles separately. Once the beef was browned I removed it and wilted my cabbage. In addition to the seasonings suggested I also added garlic and onion powders. The noodles and liquids were then added and I let it simmer until most of the liquid was absorbed. A great way to use up all the cabbage we've been growing! Thank you so much!!
I was excited when I read this recipe because of the smoked paprika. I was disappointed. I added some sour cream which improved the over all flavor. But, this was just an average slumgullion to me. It was also very under-seasoned to me in general. I think the meat needed salt in the cooking. Won't make again.
I agree with the reviewer that said it's similar to Hamburger Helper ... :/ ... I don't want hamburger helper ... 'Changed things, as I do, but not enough to make my review invalid. I didn't use the hamburger. 'Wanted to try it as a side, & then as a main dish if we liked it. 'Don't understand why you'd reduce the chicken broth then add more water - so I didn't. Just continued the recipe without reducing it. I only added a cup of noodles & yeah, it needed to be thickened; but that was okay. It looked cheesy with the paprika so the kids tried it - but "no go" on more than a bite.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mark's Cabbage and Hamburger Delight
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 352
** Calories from Fat: 207
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