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A tasty variation of cabbage and noodles. The apple and carrots add a subtle sweetness that enhances of the flavor of the cabbage.

prep:
15 mins
cook:
15 mins
total:
30 mins
Servings:
6
Max Servings:
6
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Melt butter in a large skillet over medium heat; Cook and stir cabbage, carrot, and apple until cabbage is tender, 10 to 12 minutes.

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  • Fill a large pot with lightly salted water and bring to a rolling boil. Stir in egg noodles and return to a boil. Cook noodles uncovered, stirring occasionally, until tender but still slightly firm, about 5 minutes. Drain well.

  • Gently stir noodles into cabbage mixture; season to taste with salt and black pepper.

Nutrition Facts

485.63 calories; 13.41 g protein; 68.22 g carbohydrates; 18.91 g fat; 103.39 mg cholesterol; 168.5 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


Reviews (7)

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Most helpful positive review

sueb
04/13/2012
I made spelt noodles for this and just used the carrot apple and cabbage in the amounts that I had. Great comfort food!
(9)

Most helpful critical review

maritime30
12/02/2017
Takes forever to shred the cabbage with a grater. Cutting it into small pieces is sufficient. he carrot added color but you do not even taste the apple. Not sure what that does to the meal. There are other comparable recipes out there.
9 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 4
  • 4 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 1
  • 3 Rating Star 1
sueb
04/13/2012
I made spelt noodles for this and just used the carrot apple and cabbage in the amounts that I had. Great comfort food!
(9)
Apios
10/10/2012
My family liked this recipe. I always fix recipes the first time exactly as the author specifies. The second time I adjusted it for my family preferences and found it to be very forgiving. For us no noodles using 2x the apple slices and using a milder Chinese Cabbage. Great recipe in our never ending search for vegetable side dishes.
(8)
DevilMama2
02/16/2013
I made this several days ago based on the two reviews available. While it is very good and it's nice comfort food I felt it needed "something" -- whether some spice fewer noodles something. I am still unsure. However I had a lot of it so shared it with others who liked it better than I did. My best use of it was for breakfast though; I beat up a couple of eggs mixed in some of the recipe food put it in the frying pan and sprinkled cheese on top. Fabulous this way!! Plus I think it covers all the food groups LOL.
(5)
pandapirate08
02/03/2014
Tried this on a whim because I had all of the ingredient and it's delicious! I added a dash of cayenne pepper and a minced clove of garlic. It complimented the sweetness of the apples really well.
(2)
loveroflife
03/29/2014
Tried this last night. I used veggie bow time noodles because this is what I had on hand. It added some additional color to the dish and was bite size. I added some sliced smoked sausage which I heated in the microwave and poured off the grease before adding to the cabbage and noodles. It made a nice one dish meal. I am eating the reheated left overs right now and it tastes good. I used half a head of cabbage left over from another meal 2 tablespoons of butter and 6 oz. of noodles.
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Cher_yl_c
06/20/2013
I loved this recipe although I made a few changes to it for what I was seeking. I cooked turkey kielbasa cut into slices first and once the meat was a little brown removed it and added the butter to the pan with the small amount of drippings for added flavor. I then sautéed the apple with some thinly sliced and chopped Vidalia onion before adding coleslaw mix for the cabbage and carrots. I returned the kielbasa to the cabbage mix added salt and pepper to taste and once this cooked in the butter for the 12 minutes or so I added it to the egg noodles. It was delicious!!
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maritime30
12/02/2017
Takes forever to shred the cabbage with a grater. Cutting it into small pieces is sufficient. he carrot added color but you do not even taste the apple. Not sure what that does to the meal. There are other comparable recipes out there.