"That's comfort food for me. I think it's very similar to the Hungarian cabbage and noodles." — seattlelove
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salt and ground black pepper to taste
wide egg noodles
caraway seeds, or to taste
This recipe came out quite well. I made the following changes. First, I steamed a large head of cabbage for about 20 minutes. I used half of the cabbage leaves for stuffed cabbage. I shredded the remaining half of the cabbage and used it in this recipe. I used margarine rather than vegetable oil to saute the onions and cabbage. Finally, I mixed in 8 ounces of cooked noodles into the cabbage and onions and added a little more margarine. I served this to my mother-in-law, who, due to infirmities, hasn't been able to make this dish in over 12 years. My mother-in-law agreed that it was identical to the classical slovak version of cabbage and noodles. The final test was serving this to my wife (who hates cabbage and noodles) and she devoured it and said I could make it again. This is a great recipes. Thanks for posting it.
this was alright. I was trying to locate a recipe like my Grams used to make and this wasn't quite it.
Not bad. Nice way to use some cabbage. I added some butter at the end.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Transylvanian Cabbage and Noodles
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 44
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