Haluski - A simple,rustic and traditional dish made with fried cabbage and noodles. Pure, delicious comfort food!

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If you’re a regular here on A Family Feast, then you’ve probably become quite accustomed to seeing recipes that originated from my husband Jack’s side of the family! But today, we’re sharing a recipe inspired by MY side of the family – this simple and delicious dish called Haluski, or Fried Cabbage and Noodles.

I grew up in a large household with both parents from Polish descent. Every Sunday afternoon was spent visiting my Babci and Dzaidzi (my grandmother and grandfather on my mother’s side). As part of the visit we always enjoyed a simple and very delicious meal – including dishes like this fried cabbage and noodles!

Haluski - A simple,rustic and traditional dish made with fried cabbage and noodles. Pure, delicious comfort food!

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Almost everyone who grew up in a family of Eastern European descent has enjoyed this simple, rustic dish – cabbage and onions fried in butter (I think it’s best when the cabbage and onions are slightly browned and caramelized), then tossed with egg noodles, salt and pepper. Some versions also include caraway seed, slices of kielbasa, or salt pork – but we decided to use pancetta, which added really fantastic flavor to the traditional haluski recipe!

This is pure, delicious comfort food – and it’s best with a great egg noodle like No Yolks®!

Haluski - A simple,rustic and traditional dish made with fried cabbage and noodles. Pure, delicious comfort food!

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No Yolks® brand noodles are cholesterol-free and they always cook up smooth, firm, and delicious – and it was the perfect choice for our Haluski recipe! No Yolks® egg noodles come in a variety of sizes that always cook up right, and for an even healthier option, No Yolks® noodles are now available in Whole Grain too.

 

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Haluski (Fried Cabbage and Noodles)

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 15 mins
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces pancetta, diced small (or bacon if you prefer)
  • 6 tablespoons butter, divided
  • 2 cups onion, diced
  • 1 ½ pounds green cabbage, cored and cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 1 ½ teaspoons kosher salt
  • ½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 6 ounces dry No Yolks® egg noodles, any size noodle

Instructions

  1. In a medium to large skillet, over medium high heat, cook pancetta in 2 tablespoons of butter until crisp. Add onions and sauté for 2 minutes. Add 2 more tablespoons butter, cabbage, salt and pepper, cover and once mixture is hot, reduce to medium and cook for ten minutes.
  2. While cabbage mixture is cooking, cook No Yolks® noodles according to package direction and drain.
  3. Once cabbage is tender, remove cover and add drained noodles.
  4. Add remaining butter and cook to bring to serving temperature.
  5. Season with additional salt and pepper as desired. (Lots of black pepper is traditional!)

 

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  • Kelly D wrote:

    I like to make Turkey Casserole with No Yolks Noodles.

  • Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes wrote:

    Ok, this looks amazing! Can this please be my lunch? My favorite would have to be beef stroganoff!

  • Angie | Big Bear’s Wife wrote:

    I made haluski for the first time a few years ago for Thanksgiving! haha I can’t wait to give your version a try!

  • Dana N wrote:

    homemade chicken noodle soup! Just made some with No Yolks yesterday…..

  • Mami2jcn wrote:

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/559769146880446464

  • Mami2jcn wrote:

    I love Kielbasa with no yolks noodles.

  • Julie Wood wrote:

    Tweet entry
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    my email jewelwood55(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Julie Wood wrote:

    Your dish looks so delicious! I will have to make it!
    I love making my Crockpot Chicken and Noodles Recipe. It is so delicious-especially with No Yolks Noodles!
    my email jewelwood55(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Lisa Brown wrote:
  • Lisa Brown wrote:

    a simple tuna and noodle casserole
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  • Ginny McMeans wrote:

    You are such a pro with your cabbage and noodles. It looks absolutely fantastic!

  • [email protected] Mom wrote:

    Love that you used pancetta, yum and i love fried cabbage too!

  • Smitha @ RunningwithSDMom wrote:
  • Smitha @ RunningwithSDMom wrote:

    I love stroganoff! I also like egg noodles in my chicken noodle soup. And this one looks amazing. I love cabbage!

  • Cookin Canuck wrote:

    I have never tried haluski before but I can tell from looking at your pictures that I wouldn’t be able to stop eating it!

  • Kate @ Diethood wrote:

    Oh mah goodness… this looks really good! My kinda meal for sure!

  • Angie wrote:

    What wonderful comfort food, this would make a perfect busy weeknight dinner!

  • The Food Hunter wrote:

    This looks delicious. I can easily eat the entire bowl 🙂

  • Julie wrote:

    Cottage Cheese & Noodles

    • WMC wrote:

      We make this all the time– We call it lukshon. So yummy. My partner loves her’s with ketchup and I like mine with tons of pepper!

  • Christie wrote:

    I make this all the time. I never knew it had a name! Yours looks better than mine. LOL Pinned!

    • Martha wrote:

      Thanks so much Christie!

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