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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

This is a recipe I stumbled upon while watching food network.  The addition of the chicken is mine but the Haluski alone is a great side dish for any meal.  My pickiest eaters always ask for seconds of this dish!

Garlic Chicken with Haluski

    • 3 pounds Chicken Breasts cut into bite size piece


    • 1 Pound of Bacon chopped


    • 1 Large Onion sliced thin


    • 1 Head of Cabbage sliced thin


    • 2 Bags of Egg Noodles


    • Garlic Salt


    • Peanut Oil


In large pan crisp bacon and remove from pan.

Discard fat leaving 2 T of bacon grease in the pan.  Add the onion and cabbage to pan and sauté until caramelized.

Season chicken with garlic salt and in batches brown in large pan with peanut oil, until all sides are brown.

Boil and drain egg noodles and season with butter and pepper and add in the cabbage, bacon and onions and combine.

Serve the chicken mixed in, on the side or on top.

I have 10 Lovely Comments, I would love to have yours... on Haluski

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    Lizaa says:
    October 29, 2012

    This casserole is one of my cormoft foods but I’ve never thought about putting bacon in it. Thanks for doubling the fat content of one of my faves because now you KNOW I’m going to add the stuff! :)

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    Juliet says:
    February 22, 2016

    How many ounces are your bags of egg noodles? Are you using the big 16 oz ones?

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      Parrish says:
      March 4, 2016

      Yup that’s the one!

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    Marie Czarnecki says:
    February 20, 2017

    Looks great, I will have to try this out. As for the Chicken I would probably use whole cleaned Chicken Thighs added to the recipe. This sounds like a Polish recipe too.

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      Jo Raggs says:
      April 30, 2018

      There was one on Facebook. My son made it and it was delicious…..

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    Lee Ann says:
    February 21, 2017

    I’ve also made this using leftover ham

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    Tonja says:
    March 11, 2017

    Does the cabbage not get cooked?

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      Parrish says:
      March 28, 2017

      It gets cooked along with everything else, it doesnt take too much time to get tender

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        Ed Baily says:
        April 30, 2018

        Great recipe. Haluski is a Polish dish, however.

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    Laura A. Behr says:
    February 5, 2019

    Since I’m part German, I want to try this recipe. It sounds delicious, and looks really good

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