Kluski-Noodles with Poppy Seed & Raisins

Rose Mary Mogan


This is a recipe from one of my Polish cookbooks. My husband & I always like to try something new & different, & this was our NEW RECIPE for CHRISTmas.

It was suggested to my husband by his co worker who is Polish. The Polish name is Kluski z Makeim i Rodzynkami.

Both my husband & I as well as the neighbors liked it. I liked it better with an extra squeeze of lemon. I will be making it again.

It is great to be adventurious & try something you have never had before. I am happy WE DID.

Using the SOLO cake & pastry filling in the can made it a lot easier. Try it you may like it too

pinch tips: How to Melt and Soften Butter



6 or more depending on appetite


15 Min


15 Min




2 c
cooked noodles ( i used about 3 cups)
2 Tbsp
butter, melted
1 can(s)
(12 ounce) solo poppy seed & pastry filling
1 tsp
vanilla extract
2 tsp
lemon juice ( i added an extra teaspoon)
1 1/2 tsp
grated lemon peel ( i used zest of whole lemon)
1/3 c
raisins, ( i used about twice as much)

Directions Step-By-Step

In a sauce pan or bowl toss the noodles with melted butter.These are the side items needed to make this dish.
Combine poppy seed filling with vanilla extract, lemon juice & lemon zest(peel) & raisins.
Add to noodles and mix well.
Cook just till heated through. This recipe is from CULINARY ARTS INSTITUTE POLISH COOKBOOK.
Garnish top with lemon slices & chopped chive or scalloped lemon cup with raisin. Serve while still hot.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pasta Sides
Main Ingredient: Pasta
Regional Style: Polish
Hashtags: #semi-sweet, #tasty, #Lemony