Noodles and Cabbage

Łazanki, Halusky

Łazanki Noodles and Cabbage is simple dish made of noodles, kiełbasa and sauerkraut. In Poland we call it Łazanki, because the most popular noodles used here are łazanki – flat, square-shaped noodles. If you can’t find łazanki in stores, just use a different type of noodles. It would be a shame not to try Łazanki because there is no such type of noodles:)

Noodles and cabbage served


  • 300 g łazanki noodles
  • 400 g sauerkraut
  • 300 g kiełbasa
  • 2 onions
  • 3-4 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 bay leave, 3 allspice seeds

Cook the łazanki noodles according to the package instructions, drain, and set aside.

Rinse the sauerkraut to remove excess salt if needed, then chop it. Slice kiełbasa into rounds or cubes. Peel and chop the onions.

Heat vegetable oil in a large pan. Add chopped onions and sauté until they become golden brown. Add the chopped sauerkraut to the pan, saute sauerkraut on high, so that it got carmelized ( you can add half a teaspoon of sugar for better effect). After about 7 minutes shift the sauerkraut to one side of the pan, pour in a tablespoon of oil and add the sliced kiełbasa. Sauté separately for a few minutes until the kiełbasa starts to brown and mix all together. You can also add bay leaves and allspice for additional flavor. Sauté everything together for another 7 minutes, stirring occasionally. You can pour in some hot water if it starts to get burnt.

Once the sauerkraut is tender, turn off the gas under the sauce pan, add the cooked łazanki noodles to the sauerkraut-kiełbasa-onion mixture. Mix everything thoroughly.

Season the dish with salt (if needed) and pepper to taste.

Serve the Łazanki Noodles and Cabbage hot, and you can garnish them with chopped dill or parsley if desired.


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2 thoughts on “Noodles and Cabbage”

  1. Maryann Septak

    Looking for a recipe my mom and dad would make. It was pork bones and sour krat. Love this dish but can’t find the recipe. We called this sour krat soup with pork bones. It’s been a long time since I had this going through chemo been really hungry for this. I hope you can help me.

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