"This is a cabbage casserole that is just delicious. Great in place of a starch at a meal. Also good with ham, pork or any barbecued meat." — GRAMMYROSE
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1 medium head
cabbage, cored and sliced thin
1 1/2 cups
eggs, lightly beaten
crushed saltine crackers
ground black pepper
The first time I made this, I followed the recipe exactly. It was good but a little bland. The next time I made it, I changed things up a little. Instead of crackers, I used Italian seasoned bread crumbs mixed with shredded 6-cheese (Italian blend) and garlic powder. YUM! What a difference. This is the perfect thing to take to a potluck - it's different without being bizarre. Very, very good.
Made this last evening as someone had given me a head of cabbage. If I make it again I will add shredded cheese.
Very good. I used italian breadcrumbs in place of saltines. It was good but next time I will add cheese also.
This was a nice twist to a new way to make cabbage...We did enjoy it very much..I did add more salt and pepper..
I've been looking for another way to get cabbage into our dinners, and this recipe was just great. It was easy and that's always a plus for me. I used Ritz crackers in place of the saltines, since that's all I had. It's flavor was both sweet and savory. And the added bonus was the family liked it! Thanks!
It wasnt horrible but i would never serve this to guests. You definitely do not want to pour in the eggs like directed. It turned into scrambled eggs no matter how much you stired. It was so unappealing to the eye. I didnt like the idea of mixing in saltine cracker so i just sprinkled the top with seasoned breadcrumbs. Sorry but i will not make this again. I will look for other ways to cook/eat cabbage.
Great side dish! As others stated, I changed it a little. I used yellow snack crackers and since I didn't have milk, I use half and half. I also put a handful of cheeder cheese in the mixture and then topped it off with the crackers, cheese and bacon pieces.
I love cabbage, so this hit the spot for me. Needed a lot of salt and pepper. Will definitely make again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 88
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