To complete this weeks theme of recipes from the homeland I bring you Halušky! One of the most simple, delicious meals you might ever have and guess what, it’s a no waste recipe if you are using the leftover cabbage from the Stuffed Cabbage recipe! Let’s get into this recipe and be sure to salute to the motherland before eating.
- 1 1/2 lb Cabbage, cored, boiled, and sliced into long pieces
- 6-8 slices of Bacon, diced
- 6 TBSP Butter, cut into individual TBSP
- 2 cups Onion, diced
- 1 1/2 TSP Salt
- 1/2 TSP Black Pepper
- 6 oz Egg Noodles
Let’s Get Cooking
If you are using the left over cabbage that you already used for the stuffed cabbage, you are good to go, just slice length-wise the remaining cabbage. If you haven’t already boiled, don’t worry about it! Just core the cabbage and cut into length-wise pieces.
Get out a large skillet and add 2 TBSP of butter, left that melt and add the diced bacon, cook until it’s slightly crispy. Add in the diced onion and cook until they lighten in color.
Add in 2 more TBSP of butter + cabbage + salt & pepper. Mix until everything is combined, lower the heat to med & cook for about 10 min.
During this time cook the egg noodles by the package directions.
Check and make sure the cabbage is to the doneness of your liking, I like mine a bit more crunchy but that’s completely up to you. Once at your desired doneness, remove cover and add the cooked and drained egg noodles.
Add the remaining TBSP of butter and cook until all is combined.
Serve hot & with all the salt and pepper you desire!
You’ll want to eat the whole pan, trust me it’s hard not to.
Made with Love,