Sandra Ann Marie Harvey


About 17 years ago or so I ate haluski for the first time and loved it and have been making it ever since then. It is cost effective if you have a family because the ingredients are cheap and it goes a long way. It is also very easy to make so it is not time consuming.


★★★★★ 2 votes

20 Min
1 Hr 30 Min
Stove Top


How to Make Haluski


  1. Chop the cabbage into small pieces and add to stock pot. Add chopped onion and 1 stick of butter and saute with lid on, stirring in between until the cabbage and onion is soft.
  2. In another pot, boil water and add 1 tbsp of vegetable oil so noodles won't stick. Add egg noodles and boil according to package directions. You can use bow tie or elbow noodles instead of egg noodles. When done, drain and rinse in cold water and drain again.
  3. Add cooked noodles to pot of sauteed cabbage and onions and add another stick of butter. Add pepper and salr and cook on low heat stirring in between until the butter is melted and it is all mixed well together and hot.
  4. If you want to you can also add cubed up ham or kielbasa. Both taste very good in the haluski.

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About Haluski

Course/Dish: Pasta
Main Ingredient: Pasta
Regional Style: Polish
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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