Haluska (Cabbage & Noodles)


Denise Opalenik Recipe

By Denise Opalenik dopal


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4-6
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This is comfort food at its best! I believe it's origin is Hungarian and I love to serve it with keilbasa and rye bread.

Ingredients

1/2 c
butter
1 large
onion, peeled and cut in strips
1 small
cabbage, cut in strips
1 tsp
salt
1/4 tsp
pepper
1 (16) oz
bag wide egg noodles, cooked and drained
1 pt
sour cream, if desired

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Melt the butter in a large pan or pot, large enough to hold the chopped cabbage.
2
Saute the cabbage and the onion in the butter until glossy and tender.
3
Add the salt and pepper.
4
Cover and let the caggage mixture simmer over low heat for about 15 minutes.
5
Add cooked drained egg noodles and mix.
6
Serve with a bowl of sour cream.
7
Add salt to taste.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pasta, Vegetables, Pasta Sides
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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6 Comments

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Karin Toth ktoth
Sep 12, 2011
Good Stuff! My Grandma used to make this all the time. Now it's my turn to make all the time for my family!
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Jul 22, 2011 - Monica H shared this recipe with discussion groups: Genealogy of Recipes International Flair
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Annie J JerseyChef
Jun 30, 2011
OK.. first, I have to say mm mmm mmmm.. I made this last night and it was a big hit!!!! Everyone loved it,, and I have some finicky kids here!! As the cabbage and noodles were simmering.... I sliced up the Kolbasz and added them to a buttered pan to brown. Then added it to the cabbage and noodles when they were done!! I also served it with sour cream on the side!!!
I forgot the rye bread!!! :( Won't make that mistake next time!! Gotta have the rye bread!!!!
Thank you Denise!!!!! :)
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Denise Opalenik dopal
Jun 29, 2011
If I serve keilbasa with this (and I usually do), I simmer it in water in a seperate pot while I'm making the Haluska. Then I slice keilbasa and serve it atop a heaping platter of Haluska. Be sure to have plenty of rye bread on the side!
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Annie J JerseyChef
Jun 29, 2011
OOOOHHHHH RYE BREAD AND KOLBASZ (hungarian).. I grew up on that!! Hi Denise,, I was wondering if you cook the keilbasa at all or if you just take it from the fridge and place it on the plate. I am going to have it this way tonight!! It will take me back to my childhood, for sure!!!! :) Thanks for posting!!!