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Holuski

"My Czech family dinner or lunch recipe has always been a favorite of mine. It still brings back childhood memories!"
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Ingredients

40 m servings 385 cals
Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook for 8 to 10 minutes or until al dente; drain.
  2. Place cabbage in a steamer over 1 inch of boiling water, and cover. Cook until tender but still firm, about 6 to 8 minutes.
  3. Heat butter in a deep skillet. Saute the onion until tender. Stir in cabbage and noodles. Season with salt and pepper.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 385 calories; 14.2 g fat; 55.7 g carbohydrates; 11.3 g protein; 78 mg cholesterol; 135 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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We LOVE Halushki(how we spell it)! This has been a staple in our house since before I was born- now my kids love it too! In order for this dish to taste SUPREME you have to fry the cabbage with...

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I love Holuski, but I found the cabbage has more flavor if when you fry the butter and onion you also fry the cabbage. Its also not as soggy.

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We LOVE Halushki(how we spell it)! This has been a staple in our house since before I was born- now my kids love it too! In order for this dish to taste SUPREME you have to fry the cabbage with...

I love this classic Czech dish. So simple, cheap and comforting. However, I do agree that you should definitely sauté the cabbage along with the onion instead of steaming it separately. Also, th...

A favorite of us Western PA folks! Around here its not holuski if its not dripping in butter. 1/4 cup is NOT enough, unless you want to be eating plain cooked noodles. Start with at least 1 stic...

I have always LOVED this recipe, maybe because I am Czech, however my Babi (who is a Czech immigrant) has never prepared it for me. The taste for this dish must be in my blood! I always fry the ...

I love Holuski, but I found the cabbage has more flavor if when you fry the butter and onion you also fry the cabbage. Its also not as soggy.

One of the most unique and delicious Czech dishes that I have tasted. My Czech/Ukrainian version is a bit different - it includes diced bacon and browned sourkraut. Always receives fantastic c...

I love, love, love halushki...takes me back to my Western Pennsylvania / Ukrainian roots. However, my father and his family always added either bacon or "fatback" to this recipe. It makes it e...

Easy to throw together last minute, but could be helped with the addition of other vegetables (for color/presentation) and cayenne.

Absolutely delicious. My slovak grandmother made this for me everytime I came to stay with her when I was a child. When I got the craving for it, I came here and I'm so happy I found this reci...