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I love cabbage and pasta! The only reason I gave this four stars is because I think that the baking step is unneccesary. I baked this for 30 minutes at 400 degrees rather than 450 and some of the pasta came out crispy. But all in all this was great! I liked the addition of the soy sauce.
This was a very good way to eat cabbage.After reading previous reviews I also cooked my cabbage with the onions. It came out so sweet. I did add an extra tablespoon of soy sauce and I think it needed it.I was hankering for some good cabbage and this took care of it.
To make this recipe a bit easier to put togeather I boiled the cabbage and the pasta (I used pasta shells)in the same pot and I didn't saute the onions (less fat). I also added some frozen peas and garlic to the mix. Yummy.
I really like this one. It reminds me of a Hungarian dish I grew up with that had cabbage fried in bacon fat with pasta shells & lots of black pepper. This achieves the same flavor in a much healthier way. The only problem I had with this is the spaghetti. In an unbroken state it is very difficult to mix evenly with the cabbage. I will use shells or rotini next time or break the spaghetti in thirds. This is a definite keeper.
This was awesome. I chopped the cabbage very coarsely used rotini instead of spaghetti used half of a large onion and added one small can of mushrooms (drained) and about a cup of frozen peas. I cooked the cabbage for maybe 8 minutes and I sauteed the onion and mushrooms in 2 TBS of butter instead of oil. Oh and I added just under a pound of kielbasa diced into the pan with the onion and fried it up a little before combining everything. I used more like 4 TBS of soy sauce and I only baked it for maybe 15 minutes. The only problem I had is that the pasta dried out a bit while it was baking. Next time I might omit that step entirely. But it was really good! Thanks so much for sharing Auntie Elmo!
When I saw this recipe I thought "What a weird combination of ingredients. Cabbage onion spaghetti and soy sauce? That can't possibly be good!" But I made it anyway because of the good reviews and was amazed to find out these flavors all go together wonderfully to create an easy tasty economical dish! My only changes were using one onion instead of two (my husband doesn't like onion) and adding polish sausage. I will definitely make this again!
I was looking for a recipe that was similar but different from my mom's recipe (since I constantly use my mom's noodles and cabbage recipe). I think I will stick with mom's and not try to mess up a good thing...to me this dish was bland.