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Cabbage and Noodles


  We like cabbage ~ we like noodles ~~~ so this dish was a hit for us!






I came across this recipe while reading Guideposts magazine.  As the writer states, “It doesn’t seem like a recipe…  Just seems like cabbage cooked with a few noodles.”

That’s exactly what it is ~ tastes good and it’s simple!


Cabbage and Noodles 
Adapted   

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons olive oil
5 scallions, sliced, plus more for garnish
1 small head of cabbage, chopped
½ to 1cup water
8 ounces noodles
1 teaspoon fresh herbs
Salt and seasoned pepper, to taste


Method:

Heat oil in large skillet.
Add scallions and sauté for 1 minute.
Add cabbage and ½ cup water, cook until translucent, stirring frequently.
Add more water if cabbage sticks to skillet.
In the meantime, cook noodles according to package directions, until al dente.
Drain and add to cabbage.

Add herbs, if desired and season with salt and seasoned pepper.
Continue to cook for 6-7 minutes, stirring to blend well.
Garnish with scallions, if desired.
Serve 5-6


ENJOY!!



Be sure to visit my friend, Linda’s blog, @My Kind of Cooking for great tips and delicious easy recipes! 






Comments

  1. We have a similar standby recipe. Sometimes I add chopped ham if any is on hand. Deliciously simple!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  3. This is very about the very best "tastes like home" food there is.

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  4. What a spectacularly simple idea. Cabbage here I come.

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  5. Que rico plato, me encanta como te ha quedado.

    Saludos

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  6. I love this combination of ingredients and make it all the time; simple is often the best!

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  7. I LOVE cabbage! When I make this my husband will want me to add bacon. That man will only eat cabbage if it has some bacon in it. He is usually not so picky.

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  8. Love the simplicity and ease of this recipe!! I know I would just love this!!

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  9. I grew up eating Haluski which is similar to this but you add in some bacon!

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  10. Cabbage and noodles is almost a regular dish in my family! Have it at least once a week! :)

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  11. I love both these ingredients but have never tried putting them together before. Great idea and thanks for this one. Have a good weekend Diane

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  12. A great combination! Delicious.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  13. Better yet if you skip the water and cook the cabbage until it starts to brown. The family thinks the browner the better.

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  14. sometimes you can't beat simple!

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  15. These are some of my favorite dishes, sometimes.

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  16. Oh how we love cabbage....who would have thought about putting noodles in it...yummy!! Got to try this one Pam...as well as those delicious looking streusel muffins ~ oh my!
    Enjoy your weekend :)
    Karla & Karrie

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  17. Love cabbage and noodles.... Also love sauerkraut and noodles!

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  18. I love me some cabbage and noodles! I make something similar with sour cream in it!

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  19. Hi Pam, this looks delicious and I have all the ingredients on hand! I can't wait to try it! Have a lovely Sunday!

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  20. Two favorites of mine too! I know I would love this.

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  21. Pam, that is a great recipe: I love cabbage and always look for ways to use it! :)

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