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Bacon, Cabbage and Noodles

I received this fried cabbage and noodles recipe from a friend of Hungarian descent. Some folks turn up their noses when it is presented, but after one taste, they always come back for seconds...and thirds! —Jeanie Castor, Decatur, Illinois
  • Total Time
    Prep/Total Time: 30 min.
  • Makes
    12 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 cups uncooked fine egg noodles
  • 3/4 pound bacon strips, diced
  • 1/2 medium head cabbage, thinly sliced
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • Dash pepper

Directions

  • Cook egg noodles according to package directions. In a large skillet, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp. Using a slotted spoon, remove to paper towels; drain, reserving 3 tablespoons drippings.
  • Add cabbage to drippings; cover and cook on low for 20 minutes or until cabbage is tender, stirring occasionally. Drain noodles. Stir into skillet. Add bacon, salt and pepper; heat through.
Nutrition Facts
3/4 cup: 89 calories, 7g fat (3g saturated fat), 13mg cholesterol, 242mg sodium, 2g carbohydrate (1g sugars, 1g fiber), 4g protein.

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  • avidcookGA
    Mar 3, 2014

    I made this with just a few slices of bacon because that is all I had. I stir fried the cabbage rather than covering the pan so that the cabbage retained a bit of crispness to it. I served this with baked acorn squash for a delicious meatless meal.Avidcook, Volunteer Field Editor

  • keverwann
    Mar 23, 2013

    Paprika made it better. Made it with 1/2 pound bacon (what I had open) and mini spiral pasta (out of egg noodles). A nice, easy dinner.

  • lissylou622
    Feb 14, 2012

    Old fashioned comfort food! Perfect for a night when you are tired and hungry and need something comforting. Quick and easy to make. A definite keeper.

  • lhalberg
    Feb 14, 2012

    Tastes just like my Grandmother's!

  • dawnepelazza
    Aug 28, 2010

    A dash of good Hungarian paprika brought this from very good to great!

  • Lorawi
    Jul 1, 2010

    I add butter and sometimes use Conecah sausage instead of bacon. I always heard the dish was called Halushka (spelling?) and my family LOVES it.

  • wsetala
    May 14, 2010

    Easy to make and full of flavor. Will defiantly make this again.

  • PRCA
    Sep 24, 2009

    Bump to review at a later time.  

  • yoyo1198
    Sep 23, 2009

    This is absolutely delicious. My mother taught me this combination over 30 yrs. ago. I've kinda tweaked it a little. I add some Greek seasoning and garlic and use linguine as the pasta. Haven't had any lately so thank you for the reminder recipe.

  • Sosumealso
    Feb 19, 2009

    I tried this using the added onion, vinegar & sugar, still thought it was a little blah. Probably won't make it again.