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(2 ratings)
Recipe by
Kim Biegacki
Youngstown, OH

This is a staple dish that comes from both my husband's family side and my Step-dad's Polish side too. I just love this dish; however, I do not make it often because I do splurge and use an entire stick of butter in this dish. YUM!!! This is not exactly how either family makes it but how I have adjusted it to our liking. My husband does not like cooked cabbage but he will eat Savoy cabbage (I think cause it is not as strong in taste as other cabbages) so I changed it up that way and omit the onions when he is eating it as well. I added carrots mostly for color and a light flavoring too. I love serving this with City Chicken, which I will post the recipe for below.

(2 ratings)
yield 6 -8 people
prep time 10 Min
cook time 20 Min
method Stove Top

Ingredients For haluski

  • 1/2
    bag (8 oz) of extra wide egg noodles
  • 1
    head of savoy cabbage, chopped
  • 1 md
    carrot, shredded
  • 1/2 md
    onion, diced --- (sometimes i don't use onion)
  • 1 stick
  • salt and pepper to taste

How To Make haluski

  • 1
    Chop up the cabbage and onions. Shred the carrot.
  • 2
    Now, place your butter in a large saute pan and add your cabbage, onions and carrots. Sauting them for about 10 - 15 minutes or so. While this is cooking prepare the noodles as directed. (forgot to take a pic of this w/o the noodles added).
  • 3
    When noodles are cooked, drain water and then add them directly to your saute pan. I like stir this around in the pan but I also like to let it sit just a little bit, so that the noodles get a little browned on one side and just a touch crispy. (Hope that makes sense). I just love it that way.
  • 4
    Salt and pepper to taste and now it's ready to eat!