How to make it

  • Shred the cabbage and chop up the onion.
  • Cook the egg noodles according to the package directions. Drain and set aside.
  • In a large pan, melt the butter over medium heat.
  • Add the onions to the pan and cook until translucent.
  • Next, reduce the heat to low. Add the cabbage to the pan and stir until cabbage is well mixed with the onion.
  • Cover the pan with a lid, and cook until cabbage is tender, stirring occasionally to prevent burning.
  • (Optional) If you like your cabbage caramelized, take off the lid once it is tender and continue to cook until the cabbage is browned.
  • Mix in the noodles and heat through.
  • Add salt and pepper to taste.

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  • dancingfox 4 years ago
    I grew up on this recipe (yes, I live in the area mentioned in the description). It's one of my favorites! Halushki was actually what we termed the noodles as, so the whole dish became referred to as Halushki, too. The recipe you've placed here sounds identical and authentic. :)
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  • jennywren 6 years ago
    This is a great dish.
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  • bulldogsstuff 6 years ago
    thank you for your recipe. i love the dish!!!nanna in GA
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  • jackee40 6 years ago
    mmm I am going to make this.......Sounds so good....
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  • eeks 6 years ago
    looks good...I just butter fry onions and cooked noodles with a little parsley and bacon fat...no cabbage...but the cabbage adds a nice twist to this...yum
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    " It was excellent "
    oldgringo ate it and said...
    What a unique side dish. Leave it to people who know how to stretch a dollar to come up with a tasty dish!
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  • possumqueen 6 years ago
    That would be me - born and raised in the the coal region (SW PA).
    Major comfort food for me!!!
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  • dupota 7 years ago
    Halushki is what my Baba called the noodles but most people use the term for this dish. Her halushki was either potato (similar to potato pancake batter) or wheat batter dropped into boiling water. She then mixed these into the cabbage mixture or with cottage cheese and buttered onions. ALL GOOD EATS.
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  • wynnebaer 7 years ago
    I've always made this and never knew what it was called....Thanks
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    " It was excellent "
    recipediva ate it and said...
    LOVE THIS!
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