How to Make Cabbage and Noodles at Home

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Apurva Sethi
Apurva is a fashion and food enthusiast. She chose fashion as her career and food as her passion. She is greatly fond of trying out new cuisines at different places and making them at home, in her own style. She also loves to seek and learn new things about the food industry constantly. So, here she is, to share her easy-peasy ways of cooking.

Today, I bring to you a Polish dish that has been on my favourites list since I was a child. I have grown up watching my grandmother cook it for the family on weekends, usually. I am talking about “Cabbage and Noodles.” The tenderness and sweetness of cabbage combined with the soft egg noodles is a treat to the taste buds. Adding the oomph factor to the dish is the brown sausage incorporated in butter. I can feel the taste in my mouth while I type it. What a comforting meal to have with your friends and family!

Also known as Haluski, this recipe is a perfect way to use the leftover cabbage. It becomes a fantastic side dish with some fries. This dish usually finds its way during Lent. I learnt this dish from my grandmother and have passed it on to many of my friends. I keep receiving calls from friends on weekends where they ask for the secret of the recipe. I feel flattered on getting so many compliments for some amazing dishes that come from my kitchen.

Well, there’s no secret to making your dish look and taste amazing. All you need is giving proper time and making it with love. And today, I would love to share the recipe for this delicious dish with you all. So, get ready with your pens and papers to list down the ingredients first. Check out the table below.

Ingredients for Cabbage and Noodles

Chopped Cabbage½ Head
Uncooked Egg Noodles8 oz
Sliced Sausage12 oz
Frozen Peas2/3 cup
Garlic Clove1
Olive Oil2 tbsp
Salted Butter1/4th cup
SaltTo taste
PepperTo taste

The ingredients required will be most likely available in your kitchens. All you need is a mood to create magic in your own kitchen. Also, little of time is needed, let’s see how much.

How Much Time Will It Take?

Preparation TimeCooking Time Total Time
10 minutes30 minutes40 minutes

Well, investing 40 minutes in a dish with giving you a full platter of rich flavours and textures. So, why not try it. Let’s quickly jump into the step by step process to cook cabbage and noodles.

Cabbage and Noodles Recipe

Cabbage and Noodles recipe
  1. Cook the noodles according to the directions on the packet. Then, drain under cold water and let it rest.
  2. Take a pan and in 1 tbsp olive oil, cook the sausage until they’re brown.
  3. Now add butter, onion and a little more olive oil to the pan and cook the onions for about 5 minutes.
  4. Now, add the chopped cabbage and garlic clove to the onion and cook them for 10-15 minutes.
  5. Add cooked noodles, peas and salt and pepper to taste. Cook the mixture well for 2-3 more minutes until everything is properly cooked.

Cabbage and noodles are ready to be served on the platter. Enjoy!

Nutritional Breakdown for Cabbage and Noodles

It’s time to check the nutritional value of the dish. The nutrition table down below will help you provide all the information you need. I hope it helps.

Protein17 g
Carbohydrates28 g
Fibre5 g
Sugar6 g
Fat44 g
Cholesterol106 mg
Sodium872 mg
Potassium515 mg
Calcium78 mg
Iron2.5 mg

Note- The nutritional breakdown is for one bowl of cabbage and noodles.

How to Make Cabbage and Noodles at Home | Video

Here, I am adding a video of step by step guide for the process of cooking cabbage and noodles at home. You may refer to it in case of any difficulty.

Video by Chef Kristi Thyme to Cook

I hope you enjoyed reading the recipe and would make the dish for your friends and family. I am sure this recipe will not disappoint you. You can add in or subtract ingredients of your choice and let us know if there are any suggestions for us. We would love to have feedback from your end in the comment section down below. Until I come up with a new creation, have fun and stay indoors.

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