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Joined Date: Aug 04, 2009
Reviewed Holy Haluski
"Although, the recipe does sound delicious (I can't think of many things with bacon that aren't) it is not completely traditional. I would love for people to try a more traditional version of this dish which is not just called halushki, but also halushka, shakenza, etc. It is made with homemade noodle/ dumplings that are amazing! Imagine if gnocchi and spaetzle had a baby...my mouth is watering! The recipe will vary a little bit depending on what country it comes from. It is not only a Ukrainian dish, but also Polish, Hungarian, and well, what my family is; Gypsy. The Roma (Gypsies) as well as many people of similar background are known for the peasant style meals that are rich and filling.
Real bacon, butter, and a slim diet for the rest of the week are a must. As odd as it sounds, the my family actually would top it off with a little scoop of cottage cheese. Not sure where that originated but I won't eat it any other way.
Let me know if you would like the recipe. "