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Cabbage-paprika stroganoff.

Cabbage-Paprika Stroganoff Sauteed vegetables add flavor. 6 slices bacon 1-1/2 pounds top round steak, fat trimmed off 1 large onion, thily sliced 1 small head (1-1/2 lb.) green cabbage, coarsely shredded 1 tablespoon paprika 1 cup each sour cream and unflavored yogurt 6 cups hot cooked egg noodles (12 oz. dry noodles) 2 tablespoons minced parsley

In a 10- to 12-inch frying pan, cook bacon over medium heat, turning as needed until crisp. Lift from pan and drain on paper towels; reserve fat.

Cut steak across grain in 1/4-inch-thick slices. Place pan with bacon fat over high heat. When fat is hot, add meat and stir-fry just until it loses its pink color; with a slotted spoon, transfer meat to a small bowl. To pan, add onion, cabbage, and paprika; stir often over medium-high heat until liquid is gone and onion and cabbage are limp and taste sweet, about 30 minutes.

Stir sour cream and yogurt into cabbage mixture; add meat and stir just until hot. Spoon onto a platter; mound noodles alongside. Crumble bacon and top and sprinkle with parsley. Serves 4.--Ann U. Cress, Golden, Colo.
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