Quick easy and delicious! I used Dauerwurst smoked sausage (Dutch) similar to Kielbasa. Love the touch of caraway . I only cooked the cabbage for 10 minutes - perfect - it still had a crunch. Thanks Inez
I love this recipe. It's fast, simple and totally delicious. I was surprised at what a great flavor the cabbage has. First time I made it I didn't have the caraway and it was still good!
I came home and found my daughter had made this exactly as written except without caraway seeds. I took a bite and it was wonderful. Just like my mom used to make, but wait a minute, another bite, hold on, another bite. Yep, I grabbed the black pepper shaker and sprinkled more in my bowl. That's the spot. My mother made it this way, but spicier with more black pepper. What a wonderful recipe, and I'm so glad to be able to make something just like my mom used to make. Thank you for the recipe Inez.
Made for 2013 Zaar Cookbook tag game and DH and I really enjoyed this. I did add some slivered onion to the cabbage while cooking and like Bergy I only cooked the cabbage for about 10 minutes. I also used turkey kielbasa and DH is ready for more. Thank you for sharing.
This was so good! I made it for lunch and served a fried egg on the top. My husband loved this and thinks it would be good with sauerkraut in it too. I didn't have the caraway so I omitted that.
Polish soul food. Yum! Thank you.
Really easy to make! I used turkey kielbasa, Lawry's seasoned salt, and coriander instead of caraway seeds. I turned down to low heat for the remaining 7 minutes of the 15 minutes because my cabbage was near done by then. Really liked this recipe, thanks!
Super simple and very tasty weeknight meal. I served with Easy Garlic Rice and Hubby inhaled it.
This was so simple and delicious! I served it with plain white rice. This a great during the week meal! Thank you!
I've made this twice already and have yet to write a review. This recipe is simple and phenomenal! I cook it in my iron skillet eliminating the need for butter and also use turkey kielbasa to make it even lower in fat. A great low-carb meal full of flavor. My mom made this meal every New Year's Day and would hide coins in the cabbage for good luck. A great tradition that I will carry on when my kids are bigger.