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Easy Polish Noodles

Rated as 4.7 out of 5 Stars

"Growing up in South Bend, Indiana, Polish dinner buffets are extremely common at weddings and funerals. Polish noodles are a staple at these events and served alongside Polish sausage, green beans, mashed potatoes and chicken gravy, and fried chicken. While at a Polish meat market, an elderly Polish lady passed this recipe on to me upon request."
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40 m servings 310
Original recipe yields 6 servings


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  1. Combine chicken broth, water, and chicken base in a 6-quart saucepan and bring to a boil. Add kluski noodles, reduce heat, and simmer until liquid is completely absorbed, 30 to 40 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 310 calories; 4.1 54.8 12.1 69 1515 Full nutrition

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Terrific! I grew up in South Bend and cannot find ANY Polish food here in Oregon which compares to that from home, not even at our local St Stan's parish. The only thing to have made this dish...

I grew up in St. Adlaberts parish and watched the cooks (Mrs. B as all us servers called her) make their noodles many times. Yummy. My mom makes them to and her recipe includes adding a 1/2 s...

Dyngus Day! Gotta love South Bend! I am Polish but have never made these! Will be making them and Polish sausage tomorrow!

Awesome recipe! I come from a Polish family in South Bend, IN and this recipe made everyone happy! It's the classic noodles we all love at weddings and holiday feasts! I did add a bit more soup ...

I am from South Bend and make these quite often. In addition to this recipe I add about a half a stick or margarine and a can of cream of chicken soup when they are done! This makes them extra c...

These were delicious! The soup base is quite salty so I recommend using a reduced sodium chicken broth. I also felt they could use a fresh element so I added some fresh chopped parsley to mine ...

I havent made them yet but i hope to very soon. i am in love with these noodles. I appreciate you for sharing. I am from South bend too and my husband bowls so i have been to my share of Polish...

Made these for Thanksgiving dinner. I used my crockpot to save space on stove. I added the broth and chicken (I cheated...I used precooked chicken already diced) on high (4 hrs)... for about on...

Tastes just like homemade , everyone loved it and had seconds , I will make these from now on , thanks for the recipe