Skillet Cabbage, Noodles and ground beef

5 reviews, 3.4 star(s). 80% would make again

Ready in 1 hour

Fried hamburger, noodles and Cabbage.

"Made this dish for dinner tonight. Added a little water when cooking the cabbage to make it more tender. Kinda bland...might add some kind of broth next time instead of water."

Ingredients

1 1/2 lbs Ground Beef
1 head Cabbage
1 onion
Salt
coarse pepper
1/2 bag noodles uncooked

Original recipe makes 8

Servings  

Preparation

Brown ground beef and chopped onion in large skillet. Remove from skillet and set aside. Drain off excess fat except for a couple tablespoons. Cut up Cabbage in put in skillet cook on low to med with lid until done. Cook noodles in separate pan as directed. When cabbage is tender toss all ingredients together, add salt and pepper to taste and Serve.

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I cook this same recipe except I add Worchestershire sauce to minr wgich gives it excellent flavor! A cheap, and easy meal!
Swilliams2897 3y ago

I make something similar to this except I cook Bacon first and then cook the cabbage in a little bit of the Bacon fat which adds huge flavor. Then add the Bacon back in with the cabbage once it is about halfway through cooking. I have never tried it with beef before
saraho'renick 3y ago

I added garlic and a bay leaf and stewed tomatoes Much more flavorful Everyone loved it !
Jayne33 3y ago

Made this dish for dinner tonight. Added a little water when cooking the cabbage to make it more tender. Kinda bland...might add some kind of broth next time instead of water.
dldaniels 4y ago

This was a great recipe. It's something different which is always nice. I added some crushed red pepper and a dash of cinnamon in the meat and onions. Thanks for the recipe.
Jlovemusic80 6y ago

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