How can something so easy be so good? I love haluski so much I just can’t get enough. My mother used to make it and I never asked her for the recipe but I finally figured out how to make it like she did and it’s so good! It’s basically a Polish stir fry of cabbage and onions that is quick and easy so you need to prep everything in advance. It only takes 20 minutes to make. I slice the cabbage by hand and then rough chop it after that.
Most haluski recipes use lots of butter but you don’t need to. This whole pan has only 2 tablespoons of butter and some of that is stirred in at the end for a great flavor and finish.
Now about the sauerkraut: I LOVE the addition of sauerkraut but I know it’s not for everyone (except us Poles ??) but I do recommend trying the kraut version for a true Polish experience. Click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones
Thank you for the Polish Stir Fry. I was raised on a lot of Cabbage/Sauerkraut & Polish Sausage 🙂 My Dad was Croatian. My favorite comfort/winter foods.
I dearly love all of these ingredients!! I have them on hand and plan to fix it today!
Please make booklet with all of your recipes. Even just on plain old computer paper. I just found your website. Never buy recipe books. I would buy yours now!!!
Thank you for the praise. In case you see my old cookbook, please do not buy it. All of the best recipes from the book are here and they are improved and simplified. I am a better cook today so anyone who has my old cookbook should look here for the best version of all my recipes.