Polish Haluski is a very quick and easy recipe, not to say it is super budget friendly. If you don’t have a lot of time you could make up a huge batch and have it the next day or even take to word in a container. This is a perfect idea to serve up for a big group of people. You can make a huge pot of Haluski, even without any meat if you have vegetarian guests. Everyone can help themselves.
Traditionally, you should make the noodles yourself. Even though we’re very ambitious with homemade foods, we’re ok with buying packaged noodles. It makes a breakfast much quicker and easier.
Polish traditional breakfast Haluski recipe
Haluski is a Polish noodles with cabbage. It might seem strange but it's oddly delicious. The ingredients are easy to find and this can feed even the hungriest and the pickiest eaters.
- 1 package noodles
- 15 ml olive oil
- 1 pound sausages finely sliced
- 45 ml butter
- 1 big chopped onion
- 1 cabbage chopped
- 2 minced garlic
- 250 ml peas
- 5 ml salt
- 5 ml black pepper
Cook the noodles according instructions on the package. Set it aside for 5 minutes. Heat the pan, put sliced sausages, cook until they become brown.
Add onion and butter to sausages. The butter should melt and onions become soft. Pick up the brown bits, you don't need them.
Add cabbage and garlic. Everything should be coated with butter. Let it simmer for 6-9 minutes.
Add peas and noodles. Combine the ingredients in a pan and let it simmer for 3 more minutes. Peas should become soft.
Add salt and pepper, serve immediately, enjoy!
You can make Haluski faster in the morning, if you chop up the cabbage and keep leftovers sealed in a fridge. You can just throw everything in a pot and have a breakfast ready in 5 minutes.