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    What was the cabbage and noodles recipe anyway. I know I really liked it but I forgot how to make it.
    I am a senior citizen with a very good memory But it is short!!

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    did you find your recipe yet?

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    Sounds like an interesting combo ... cabbage and noodles?

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    Maybe this is it. If not, it's a tasty recipe anyway!

    Halushki

    You will need a very large skillet…

    1 large head of cabbage, shredded
    1 large onion, chopped (more if you really like onions…I do!)
    1 pound fatty bacon
    1 pound egg noodles
    salt and pepper to taste

    Cook egg noodles as directed on package. Drain. Meanwhile, cut bacon into small pieces and fry until crisp. Remove from skillet and remove part of the bacon fat (reserving at least two tablespoons) and add copped onion. Fry until tender. Add shredded cabbage and cook until cabbage is tender. Add cooked egg noodles. Mix thoroughly. Enjoy!

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    Yummy

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    Thanks for the recipe Granky.

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    Thanks for sharing with me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by granky
    Maybe this is it. If not, it's a tasty recipe anyway!

    Halushki

    You will need a very large skillet…

    1 large head of cabbage, shredded
    1 large onion, chopped (more if you really like onions…I do!)
    1 pound fatty bacon
    1 pound egg noodles
    salt and pepper to taste

    Cook egg noodles as directed on package. Drain. Meanwhile, cut bacon into small pieces and fry until crisp. Remove from skillet and remove part of the bacon fat For(reserving at least two tablespoons) and add copped onion. Fry until tender. Add shredded cabbage and cook until cabbage is tender. Add cooked egg noodles. Mix thoroughly. Enjoy!
    Forgot to tell you to add the bacon back in! (although you probably knew to do that!)

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    Another good recipe is cabbage (well cooked) mashed into potatoes w/s&P and butter. I think it is Irish. A little garlic is good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmaForFour
    Another good recipe is cabbage (well cooked) mashed into potatoes w/s&P and butter. I think it is Irish. A little garlic is good too.
    If it's Irish, it's COLCANNON
    If it's English, it's BUBBLE AND SQUEAK
    If it's Polish, it's HALUSKI
    If it's on my plate, it's ALL MINE!

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    Or mine if I get to the plate first. LOL! I sure do love that dish and like lots of pepper on it as well. I need to make that this week!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wunder-Mar
    Quote Originally Posted by OmaForFour
    Another good recipe is cabbage (well cooked) mashed into potatoes w/s&P and butter. I think it is Irish. A little garlic is good too.
    If it's Irish, it's COLCANNON
    If it's English, it's BUBBLE AND SQUEAK
    If it's Polish, it's HALUSKI
    If it's on my plate, it's ALL MINE!

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    Oh, thanks for the reminder. I love it too, but we use Polish Kielbasa cut into little disks in ours. Mmmm-mmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jo Belmont
    Oh, thanks for the reminder. I love it too, but we use Polish Kielbasa cut into little disks in ours. Mmmm-mmm.
    Had this for Sunday dinner w/o the noodles.

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    Okay, I am buying cabbage tomorrow. Both recipes sound really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by granky
    Quote Originally Posted by granky
    Maybe this is it. If not, it's a tasty recipe anyway!

    Halushki

    You will need a very large skillet…

    1 large head of cabbage, shredded
    1 large onion, chopped (more if you really like onions…I do!)
    1 pound fatty bacon
    1 pound egg noodles
    salt and pepper to taste

    Cook egg noodles as directed on package. Drain. Meanwhile, cut bacon into small pieces and fry until crisp. Remove from skillet and remove part of the bacon fat For(reserving at least two tablespoons) and add copped onion. Fry until tender. Add shredded cabbage and cook until cabbage is tender. Add cooked egg noodles. Mix thoroughly. Enjoy!
    Forgot to tell you to add the bacon back in! (although you probably knew to do that!)
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    This is such an interesting Quilting Board. I never would've thought about cabbage and noodles. Cabbage and bacon, yes, but never noodles. Guess I've lived a very sheltered life. I better start living!

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    Some more cabbage favourites ...
    * Lazy Man's Cabbage Rolls
    * Unrolled Egg Rolls
    * Cabbage Cake

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    Hmmmmm....we have 1/2 dozen cabbage from our garden in the fridge. Methinks a little colcannon is in order tonight!! I haven't made that for ages. Thanks for the reminder. DH dug spuds a couple of days ago, so fresh spuds in this dish will be sooo good too.

    Patti

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Wunder-Mar View Post
    If it's Irish, it's COLCANNON
    If it's English, it's BUBBLE AND SQUEAK
    If it's Polish, it's HALUSKI
    If it's on my plate, it's ALL MINE!
    that's funny!!!

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    cabbage grated,onion diced or thinly sliced one pack roman noodles broken up, fruit of choice, pineapple,an orange,
    Mandarin orange,which ever one you like. Take the seasoning packet from the roman noodles mix with 2T sugar 2T oil
    2T soy sauce, add to salad and serve.
    GG

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    Quote Originally Posted by granky View Post
    Maybe this is it. If not, it's a tasty recipe anyway!

    Halushki

    You will need a very large skillet…

    1 large head of cabbage, shredded
    1 large onion, chopped (more if you really like onions…I do!)
    1 pound fatty bacon
    1 pound egg noodles
    salt and pepper to taste

    Cook egg noodles as directed on package. Drain. Meanwhile, cut bacon into small pieces and fry until crisp. Remove from skillet and remove part of the bacon fat (reserving at least two tablespoons) and add copped onion. Fry until tender. Add shredded cabbage and cook until cabbage is tender. Add cooked egg noodles. Mix thoroughly. Enjoy!
    I use bits and pieces of ham in place of bacon. Sometimes even a handful of choppped deli ham. Cook the cabbage in butter first then add the ham.

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    Funny! We do a variation of this same recipe in my family. Egg noodles, JIMMY DEAN SAGE SAUSAGE, and cabbage. It always hits the spot.

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wunder-Mar View Post
    If it's Irish, it's COLCANNON
    If it's English, it's BUBBLE AND SQUEAK
    If it's Polish, it's HALUSKI
    If it's on my plate, it's ALL MINE!
    yep, and sometimes with bacon, sometimes with ham and on the last week of the month, just a little butter!

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    Pickle,
    I make fried cabbage and noodles,
    I cut up cabbage and put in pan,and fry with a small onion.
    While cavvage is frying I cook my noodles, when cooked, drain and add to cabbage.
    I add a little curry powder. Let all fry till starts to brown.

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    We don't use bacon in ours. We fry the cabbage in crisco, then stir in the noodles. mom used to make it during Lent for a meatless meal. Good Hungarian dish.
    I'm thinking I will try it with the bacon though- you can never have too much bacon!

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