Colin F’s Krautfleckerl, Modified from Grandma
Package of Noodles - Homogeneous Mixture
Head of Cabbage - Chopped very thin - Heterogeneous Mixture
1 large onion - Heterogeneous Mixture
Salt - Pure Substance (NaCl)
Pepper - Heterogeneous Mixture
Olive Oil - Homogeneous Mixture
Saute onion until golden brown in olive oil.
Add butter, cabbage, and salt put lid on pot and let it wilt down.
Drain and add to cabbage
Pepper - lots
Add more butter to taste.
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I chose this recipe because every time a special occasion comes up then my grandma makes it. It was in my life for a long time and that is why it is special to me. CHEMISTRY INFORMATION: the only ingredient of my recipe that is a pure substance is salt. One of two heterogeneous mixtures in my ingredients is onions. It looks different all the way around. Another ingredient that is heterogeneous is cabbage. One of two homogeneous mixtures in my recipe is noodles. They look the same all the way around. Another homogeneous mixture in my recipe is the olive oil that you sauté the onions in. One of two physical changes is when you chop up the onions and the cabbage. You are just changing the way they look. Another physical change in my recipe is when you boil the water to cook the noodles. The water boils and stays as evaporated water. One clue that a chemical change has occurred in my recipe is when you sauté the onions. Before they were kind of white now they are golden and have a way different smell. Another clue that a chemical change has happened is when you heat the food up from being straight in the refrigerator. Before you heat it up you can't really smell it. After you heat it, the scent it more distinct.
Submitted by: "Colin F"