This was awesome! I had always had Haluski with the cabbage, fried, to make it sweet. But this was wonderful. As I am originally from western Pa and now live in South Carolina, I don't get saurkraut very often. My boyfriend claims he doesn't like it, but he gobbled this dish right up. And me, well, I was back in grandma's kitchen. Thanks for the great dish.
Hi Vicki- Cathy here - Yes we will print this recipe as well - thank you for posting it for all to enjoy - Next time you make a batch - call us - and we will do the same. I like both versions have you submitted the fattening butter and cottage cheese receipe? That one is truly decadent!! Let me know when you do! Grandma Paquette would be so happy to learn that you have done this to carry on the traditions of the family.... Love to you all, Cathy
How pleased I was to find this recipe. My husband is of Slovack decent and has grown up on food such as this. We both enjoyed this recipe.
Love, love , love this. I made this sorta expecting an average meal, but we LOVED this! It is a peasant meal (which makes it even better) but doesnt taste like one. I will make this again adn again. I wish there were leftovers, but sadly, there were none. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with us.
Simple yet delicious! We make it with goats milk cheese instead of the sauerkraut and it is fabulous! My Czech husband loves it!
Hi Vicki, I'm from Brazil. I was looking for haluski a long time ago.... Thank you very much!!! Juliana
This was wonderful, thank you. The only thing I did different was to add about a tsp of Caraway seeds (but I tend to do that with just about any kraut recipe). It was very good. No need to triple it though, just for me and my wife, there was plenty. :)
Very good, this dish also brought me to the fine bacon, which before this was not one of my favorites.