Haluski

Haluski (aka halushka) is a tender mix of little potato dumplings or egg noodles and cabbage and butter. It is a side dish that is Polish in origin, but frequently is served in Hungarian and other middle-European restaurants.

Restaurants With This Dish

Roadfood team visits Chef Aex at Jozsa's Corner
Jozsa Corner

PITTSBURGH, PA

State Meats

PARMA, OH

Sokolowski’s

CLEVELAND, OH

Pierogies Plus - Stuffed Cabbage
Pierogies Plus

MCKEES ROCKS, PA

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