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Old 03-09-2005, 08:54 PM   #1
 
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1. head of cabbage (cut in pieces)
1. large onion (about the same size as cabbage)
salt
pepper
1 1lb. bag of Egg nooldles
2 sticks of marg.

Boil your noodles. In a frying pan add butter and melt. Add cabbage, onions, salt and pepper, Fry until soft. When onions and cabbage are soft and translucent add your noodles. Turn heat to low and simmer for about 15 min.

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Old 03-09-2005, 09:03 PM   #2
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oh, my word, i LUV cabbage 'n noodles. i went to a small Catholic school and this was standard Lent fare on Fish Fry Fridays. except in my recipe, butter is a must. (not margarine.)
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This sounds like a great "new" comfort food for me to try. I love cabbage and onions and butter and pasta. They have got to be great together! You're posting good things today!!
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I've had cabbage and onions cooked with butter, but not with noodles. I will have to try that.

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sometimes I fry up a pound of bacon and mix that in aswell. It gives it a smokey flavor
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sometimes I fry up a pound of bacon and mix that in aswell. It gives it a smokey flavor
That would only make it 100% better!
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I had to edit the recipe. The onions are supposed to be the same size as the cabbage, not chunks. Sorry
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I had to edit the recipe. The onions are supposed to be the same size as the cabbage, not chunks. Sorry

I'm not sure if we can forgive you...LOL.
Either way in chunks or not
it still sounds GREAT.
I'm passing this on to some friends of mine who will
love it for sure.
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I guess you can make them any size you want. i make anything cut into big chunks. That way if anyone doesn't like it they can pick it out. This is a good recipe. We make pork chops or ham with this.
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This sounds like a great "new" comfort food for me to try. I love cabbage and onions and butter and pasta. They have got to be great together! You're posting good things today!!
Add bacon to it.......yummy:!:
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