Kluski is a Polish recipe that is made from cabbage and egg noodles. This Eastern European comfort food recipe is also well-known in Western Pennsylvania and states adjoining this area in particular Pittsburgh. The cabbage which I like to use green cabbage is shredded along with white onion and slow cooked off in butter. The Kluski is seasoned with salt and pepper and then mixed with wide egg noodles. The bald chef shows you how to cook this recipe step by step. This is a vegetarian dish that is quite rustic in its nature makes an incredible dish or a main course. This particular recipe is one of the best I have seen on the web.
Kelly O cooks her famous haluski as seen on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Mmmmm, now that's good eats!
In today's video, I'm cooking up Haluski, a comfort food from my Polish side of the family. Haluski originated in Central and Eastern European countries and there are plenty of variations on how its made, but in general, it consists of these three components: 1. Caramelized onions & cabbage 2. Some type of noodle 3. Lots of butter! Hope you enjoy the video! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ~ Recipe ~ █ Haluski █ • 4 TBSP Butter • ½ head of Cabbage, thinly sliced, massaged with salt • 1 Onion, thinly sliced • Salt & Pepper to taste • Drop noodles (recipe below) Melt 3 TBSP of butter in a pan over medium heat. Add the onions, salt (around 1 tsp), and pepper (around 1 tsp) and caramelize – around 10 minutes. Add in the cabbage and remaining butter and saute for another 10 – 15 minutes until cabbage is cooked down and browned. Add in drop noodles and saute for another 5 minutes, adjust salt & pepper to taste. Top with parsley (optional). Enjoy! █ Drop Noodles █ • 2 cups Flour • 1 Egg • 1 TSP Salt • 1 cup Water Sift flour for any lumps. Crack egg and whisk. Add salt and half of the water. Work the water into flour and then add remaining until a consistency between a pancake batter and a wet dough forms. Bring a pot of water to boiling and add salt. Drop the noodles from the fork. Once the noodles have floated to the top, cook for a remaining 1 – 2 minutes. Strain noodles and use in Haluski. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ~ Macros and Price per serving ~ Calories: 245 Protein: 7 grams Carbs: 35 grams Fats: 9 grams Price: $0.38 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ♫Music By♫ ●DJ Quads -Midnight Snack ●Song - https://youtu.be/eLV1H7Y0fFo ●Follow DJ Quads - http://smarturl.it/dj-quads
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A traditional Coal Region Polish dish, this is a great way to use cabbage! Simple and hearty! I will share in another video how to make home made haluski noodles. This is the quick version. Halsuki 1 small head of cabbage, cut up/shredded 1/2 of a 12 oz bag of No Yolks Egg Noodles Butter Garlic powder Pepper Boil noodles as directed, drain. In butter or a little oil, saute cabbage until tender and translucent. Add in the noodles, another tbs of butter or so, garlic powder and pepper to taste. Mix well and done when noodles are very lightly fried in with the cabbage. ******************************************************************* MAILING ADDRESS: Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking P.O. Box 12 5 E Roosevelt Ave Elysburg, PA 17824 ************************************************************* Disclaimer: BE ADVISED: Any public comment left on Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking may get a video response from me rather than a written response. IF YOU ARE NOT COMFORTABLE WITH THIS DO NOT COMMENT! I am not responsible for any damage or illness anyone does to equipment or themselves from the information contained in the video. If you follow the video and you do not use proper ingredients or cooking methods and hygiene and get sick, it is your fault and not that of Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking! This information is given with the understanding that if you use this information you do so with no liability to Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking or this channel. These videos are for entertainment purposes only! Due to factors beyond the control of Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking , it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information.Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking assumes no liability for property damage or injury/illness incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking recommends safe practices when working with appliances, utensils, and safe cooking practices, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury/illness, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Helga's Pennsylvania Cooking.
This week I'll run you thru how to make one of my favorite dishes. Its cheap, great for people who are just starting out cooking, and taste great!
SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEW CHANNEL ON FISHING. LAUNCHES TODAY. DON'T MISS OUT It's called Fish Hook: http://bit.ly/2GnKCKF International dish #9. Be sure to post any of your food picks to http://facebook.com/cookingwithjack Here is the recipe: Ingredients: 1 head of cabbage 2 onions 1/2 stick of butter and dashes of olive oil 1 12 oz. bag of noodles, (My mom made her own) (add 1 pound of bacon as an option) salt and pepper to taste Directions: (if your adding bacon then cook your bacon first) 1. In a large fry pan or dutch oven, On low heat, melt butter (or bacon fat). 2. Rinse cabbage, and remove any outer leaves that look damaged. 3. Cut onions and place in the pan of melted butter, turn up heat to medium so they begin to lightly brown. 4. Keep an eye on the onions and reduce heat to lowest setting once golden. 5. On a cutting board place the cabbage core side up. (facing you). 6. With a large sharp knife, slice cabbage about 1/2 inch sections from right to center core. (like slicing cheese). 7. As you slice, scoop up cabbage sections and place in pan also. Turn the cabbage and repeat this process until all that is left is the core. ***NOTE***Dice the core and freeze it for an excellent addition to soups and stews. 8. Once all cabbage is in pan, turn up heat to medium/high and stir frequently until cabbage begins to brown and cook down. 9. add dashes of salt and pepper as you stir 10.Once cabbage and onion are nicely caramelized reduce heat to low and drain off any liquid that has accumulated. 11.Cook noodles according to package directions for aldente and drain well. 12.Add well strained noodles. If they are in one big clump, do not worry, they will break up as you stir them. the important thing is that they are well strained of any water. 13.Add noodles to pan (and bacon bits) drizzle a little olive oil over them to help them brown. 14.Once thoroughly mixed and the noodles also have begun to caramelize, turn off heat. 15. Salt and pepper to taste but don't forget the salt shaker on the table, some like it saltier than others.
I just learned to make this dish and I am so glad I did. Haluski is a Polish dish and there are lots of different methods to make it. It is a mixture of golden brown onions, steamed cabbage and noodles of your choice, plus bacon or sausage if you like. Try it. It is delicious and is truly comfort food.
This is a quick, delicious side dish from Hungary, that can be made completely from food storage. It's also a terrific way to use cabbage from your garden. This is real peasant, comfort food. Our family loves it. I hope you will too. HALUSKA (Cabbage and Noodles) 1/2 cup butter 1 medium head cabbage, shredded or finely chopped 1 large onion, halved and sliced thinly 1 pound egg noodles 1 pound sour cream (or less, according to you taste) salt and black pepper to taste In a large stockpot, put water to boil for noodles. In a large skillet, saute' onions over medium hat until onions start to get tender, then add the cabbage. Cook the cabbage and onions 15 - 20 minutes, stirring frequently until tender and glossy. The cabbage should brown only slightly. Cook noodles according to package direction. When they are 'al dente', drain well and add to cabbage mixture. Turn heat to very low. Stir in sour cream until evenly distributed. Stir in salt and pepper and serve immediately. Serves 6-10 Common Sense Homesteading's website: http://www.commonsensehome.com/
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