Cabbage and noodles, also known as haluska, is a common Hungarian meal often served for lunch or dinner. The cabbage infuses the noodles with a distinct flavor, similar to that of an onion. The simple ingredients provide large amounts of vitamins K and C, as well as a substantial amount of dietary fiber. Cabbage and noodles is easy to prepare in a Crock-Pot and requires approximately 3 1/2 hours to prepare about six servings.
Combine the sea salt and cabbage in a medium mixing bowl. Toss the cabbage with your hands and allow it to rest at room temperature for 30 minutes.
Squeeze the cabbage between your hands over a sink, removing as much liquid as possible. Transfer the cabbage to a Crock-Pot.
Add the sliced onion and ground black pepper to the Crock-Pot. The onion enhances the flavor of the cabbage, but you can forgo it if you prefer. Cover the Crock-Pot and cook the cabbage and onions on high for two hours.
Stir the cooked egg noodles into the Crock-Pot, cover and continue cooking the cabbage and noodles for one hour on low.
Serve the cabbage and noodles while hot.
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- Refrigerate leftover cabbage and noodles immediately and consume it within three days.
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