Jessica's StoryAnother great Polish comfort food! it's not healthy, but it's hearty! This haluski actually tastes better reheated the next day!
head of green cabbage
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1Prepare egg noodles according to package directions, drain. Shred cabbage into strips.
2Chop bacon into pieces and brown in large skillet.
3Add cabbage and sautee until softened. Add noodles and butter. Stir until butter is melted.
About this Recipe
Donna Thomson Kate81650 - Nov 14, 2011
Hi Jessica, This sounds good, but I have a question. Do you drain off the bacon fat before adding cabbage and noodles? Seems like one pound of bacon would render way too much fat for the dish. Thanks! :)
Deborah Harvey DeboraHarvey - Jan 1, 2012
I don't rain off the bacon fat ~ the noodles absorb will absorb it. I add a head of broccoli to this and serve it as our main dish instead of a side. All it really needs needs is a nice loaf of fresh bread to finish it off~ Yummm!
Jessica Silva jescapdes - Jan 3, 2012
No, I don't drain the fat either. I like how the cabbage absorbs it. The bacon fat and the butter will make this a very hearty/rich dish, so beware! :)
Judi Stump Judi_Stump - Nov 11, 2012
My Grandmother was full Polish and you to speak in polish to us.I understood her at the time and never leaved to speak it as a child.This dish takesme back tobeing childagain in my Grandmothers kitchen in Milwaukee. She wouldserve thiswith fresh polish sauage and hard rolls. Thank you for sharing. JUst made this dish todayand was checking to see ifI gotit right! Now to Enjoy:-)
Ruth Ann Chopp choppsuey - Aug 30, 2013
Thanks for directing me to your post. I will make this ASAP.