Top Rated Haluski Recipes

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Nikki S
Cabbage with potato dough balls.
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mightyro_cooking4u
From More Diners, Drives-ins and Dives. Recipe courtesy of Kelly O'Conner of Kelly O's Diner, Pittsburgh,PA
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happyzhangbo
Haluski recipe. Ready In: 35 min. Makes 8 servings 116 per serving Ingredients: butter, unsalted, pancetta, onions, green cabbage, carrots, thyme, salt, black pepper, egg noodles, garlic, capers, green peas, white wine, lemon juice, parsley leaves
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Lorealle
This is a favorite around our house. It is a little time consuming but well worth it.
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Vicki Tryan Jordens
This recipe came from Czechoslovakia with my grandma and her family. I have been eating it forever and have passed it on to my family, as well. (This can all be adjusted for more or less, I usually triple it...for lots!)
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Lainey6605
I got this recipe from a friend. It's really easy! We really love it! It's not low-fat by any means, but everything in moderation. It's great to serve during football parties or at a potluck.
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Cereal_Chicken
This is my mom's family recipe. Handed down from mother to daughter, and now it's my turn. It's a very basic recipe, just potatoes, cabbage and butter. Careful not to burn the butter.
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yadayadayada
Traditional german recipe. Easy, inexpensive and tasty.
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Guy Fieri for Food Network Magazine
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Scott Orlowski
This recipe was handed down from my Polish grandmother. I make it every weekend and a local social organization sells servings as a fund-raiser.
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Wicked Creations
I added a twist to our family traditional Slovak meal. This can be served as a side but we usually eat it as the main course. Usually, it’s just potato dumplings with cheese and bacon but Americanized. Traditional Haluski has goat/sheep cheese from Czechoslovakia that is not available here in the States, so can be mixed with brick cheese or feta.
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Wicked Creations
This has been in my family for generations coming from Czechoslovakia. Traditionally, it is mixed with goat/sheep cheese from Czechoslovakia but since its not available here in the States, we use brick cheese or feta. We eat this as a main meal but can be served as a side.
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