1 head cab­bage
1 pack­age wide noo­dles
Onions to taste
Salt and pepper

Vari­a­tion 1: Cook wide noo­dles and drain. Cut up cab­bage, onions, add but­ter and water. Cook until cab­bage is done, mak­ing sure no water remains (5 to 7 min­utes). Pour cab­bage over noo­dles and mix well. Add salt and pepper.

Vari­a­tion 2: Cut the cab­bage up any way you like, do the same with the onion. Heat a large pan (I use medium-high heat on an elec­tric range). When the pan is hot, add bacon grease (If you ever make bacon, always save the grease! It keeps a long time in the fridge.) or the ‘grease’ of your choice. When the grease is hot, add cab­bage and onions and saute for a few min­utes. Turn down the heat (medium) and cover the pan. Let this cook until the cab­bage is soft. If you want the cab­bage browned more, remove the lid and turn up the heat again. Add grease as you need it. Add the cooked noo­dles and serve.

The amount of ingre­di­ents you use depends on how much halushki you want to make. Experiment!

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