46 Reviews

I've made this a few times, and the only change I made is to use about 2 tblspoons of bacon grease, in place of all the butter. It adds that extra something, and it's a big hit with my family.

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jeanmarieok April 13, 2012

Yummy, quick, and easy. The caraway seeds and brown sugar add a lot of "authenticity" to this dish. The only thing I did differently was to cut back to 3 Tablespoons of butter, use Kluski noodles, and sprinkle some garlic salt on the noodles before I topped them with the cabbage-onion mixture. I will make this again. Thank you so much for sharing a treasured family recipe.

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Heirloom Tomato August 27, 2010

This was wonderfully different and extremely tasty. I did add some Polish sausage so that we could have it as a main. Many thanks

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MissMaggie August 27, 2010

Wonderful recipe. My husband says it was even better than his father's version. I love it and left out the caraway seeds, but had some left over sour cream (1/2 cup) and threw that in. Yummy.

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FoodFromSicily April 11, 2010

Just like the noodles of my childhood! My Slovakian grandmother used to make these for me. I have not had them in 15 years. I made these tonight and the taste was just as I remembered. I did NOT use the caraway seeds. I added a few sprinkles of granulated sugar as well after adding the cabbage to the skillet (yes, I used the brown sugar per the recipe too). Because I was using an anodized pan, I cooked the cabbage longer to get a slightly golden color. Once I added the noodles, I let the whole thing cook for another 10 minutes. This dish was perfection! Thank you!!!

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Chef PWIII March 10, 2010

Great & quick recipe! As I gathered my recipe supplies, I realized I had no noodles or other recommended pasta types in the house, but I did have some boxed gnocchi in the pantry. I cooked and added it, along with a sprinkling of garlic powder (which actually seemed to enhance the flavor of brown sugar). I did omit the caraway seeds. What a hit; I was extremely pleased with my first-time effort at haluski! I think the next time, I will experiment with the sour cream as some of the other reviewers have tried...

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Pittsburghgal53 October 25, 2014

So easy to make and taste so good. I didn't add the caraway seeds. After cabbage and onions were simmering for a while I then turned the heat up between med. - med. high and cooked it until cabbage was slightly browned. Adding plenty of butter as needed. Then I added noodles at this heat and stirred continuously until everything was hot and buttery. Soooo Good!

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Catnip46 December 16, 2011

This was loved by my family. I added polish sausage and it made a main dish for us. I think I might try just 1 tsp of brown sugar next time. But very easy to make!

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NC Gal January 13, 2010

I used about 2 TBS of butter and added 1 TBS of brown sugar, kielbasa, a little bit of garlic, and some carrots. YUM!!!! I will be making this monthly!

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Emily C. March 18, 2015

try this with a grated apple. Yup a grated apple. It adds a delightful flavor. This a staple in our family. Always enough for leftovers.....

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trybarb_5290250 April 09, 2014
Haluski (Pan-Fried Cabbage and Noodles)