Ingredients

How to make it

  • Shake pork chops in a plastic bag with flour, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, salt and pepper.
  • Place them in a LARGE greased sauce pan or a LARGE deep skillet and fry until browned and cook completely.
  • Add chopped onion during the last 10-15 minutes of cooking.
  • It is fine if the pork chops stick a little, as the scrapings are necessary in this dish.
  • When they are done, remove chops and onions and set aside.
  • Add a little water to the saucepan or skillet and mix up the drippings/scrapings a bit.
  • Place cabbage into the pot, and allow to cook down completely.
  • In a separate large saucepan, boil the egg noodles until cooked to your liking.
  • Drain noodles and mix in butter.
  • Cut up the pork chops into chunks and set aside.
  • When the cabbage has cooked down, add pork and cooked noodles and mix completely adding more butter if you wish.
  • Note: You require a LARGE skillet or dutch oven for this recipe.

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    " It was excellent "
    mishi ate it and said...
    This recipe reminds me of one my mother made. Excellent recipe and 5 forks.
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    " It was excellent "
    shazam ate it and said...
    Great recipe there Lor. Thanks for posting it for those of us who love European foods. High 5
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    " It was excellent "
    borinka ate it and said...
    Hi to you.This is like recipe I had when I was little.You are good to share it with us and thank you.I give you 5 for this.
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    " It was excellent "
    chacha ate it and said...
    Wonderful recipe but I don't understand who gave you such a poor rating. I remember this recipe as a child and you deserve 5 forks.
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  • philfull 6 years ago
    Got up to step 5 then got a bit more creative (with more veggies!). Was an awesome dish! Very comforting :)
    Many thanks!
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    " It was excellent "
    peepers ate it and said...
    Oh my gosh, you've got some great recipes. I had something like this at one of my neighbors parties. They are from Europe and the food served was delicious. Thanks for a great 5 recipe.
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  • nanny 6 years ago
    Oh this looks like one of those comfort dishes to me and will be making it soon.Thanks
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  • lor 6 years ago
    This is a great meal for fall and winter but honestly, we enjoy it all year long ;-)
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  • mrtnzangel8 6 years ago
    mmmm..cabbage. i love it. will try this soon.
    :)~~ang
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  • lor 6 years ago
    It really is great and you are very welcome!
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  • henrie 6 years ago
    Yep your right it could be either a German or Polish dish, either way I think I would like this one alot. Thank you for the great sounding recipe.
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  • lor 6 years ago
    Hi Oma... Isn't it interesting how the recipes blend and meld together from other regions. I love it. It could be German and it could be Polish or Hungarian or, or, or... My mother often made a similar dish and she was Irish/English.
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    " It was excellent "
    shirleyoma ate it and said...
    I love this and fix it during the winter months, I thought it was a German recipe cause my mom fixed allot of German things... I love it!!
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