Firehouse Haluski Recipe
Thick egg noodles cook with cabbage, kielbasa sausage, and eggs for a tasty and hearty dish.
My family loves this recipe. The first time I made it, I followed the recipe. It was great. The next time, I needed to make changes, as I had no kielbasa. I substituted some ground beef (a little under a pound) and a few strips of bacon. I also made it the easy way - in an instant pot. I started on saute mode, cooking the beef and bacon. I removed it, chopping the bacon when cool, and then cooked the onion in the remaining drippings (no oil) in the instant pot, still on saute. Then I added the cabbage and mustard seed and cooked in saute mode until the cabbage was wilted. Then I added 2 cups of chicken stock and 16 ounces of egg noodles. I stirred well and sealed the instant pot. I cooked at pressure for 9 minutes, followed by a quick pressure release. I then added the eggs and about a cup of frozen peas that I had thawed. Then I let it all sit for a few minutes to set up the eggs and cook the peas. Finally, I added a heaping tablespoon of sweet Bavarian mustard and salt and pepper to taste. My son preferred
This is amazing! I like cabbage, but my husband is not a big fan, but he is on seconds as I write this. I admit I made it my own by adding some items, ham base to the cabbage, garlic powder and Italian seasonings and red pepper. I also added carrots and grape tomatoes as they were in the fridge . THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL BASE RECIPE! I also used just regular egg noodles. I only used 1 cabage and 1 1/2 pounds of kielbasa. I am so happy about this recipe and it will definitely be a new staple in our dinner rotation!!Oh man!! I forgot the eggs! I will definitely do those next week! Yay cabbage!
Yum. I didn't have any kluski noodles, so used regular egg noodles, but otherwise followed the recipe. I was very happy with the results, it made A LOT of food!
I thought this sounded kind of weird but wanted to try it because of all the good reviews. I only used 1 cabbage, 2 eggs, and home made noodles. We thought it made a good and filling week-end breakfast.
A simple side dish of baked noodles and cabbage is ready in less than an hour.
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