Kluski noodles, onion, sauerkraut and celery fried in butter and then baked to make up a traditional meatless Polish Noodles & Sauerkraut casserole.
While my heritage is primarily Polish, I don’t speak the language, so naming this dish was a bit challenging for me. Polish Noodles & Sauerkraut is a lot easier to say for me than Kluski Kapusta Kiszona or Polish Haluski — so even though I will explain the traditional terms, for all intents and purposes, we are just going to call this one Polish Noodles & Kraut Casserole.
The cooler weather has our minds turning to comfort food, and what is more comforting than a casserole made with buttery egg noodles? This is a stick to your ribs kind of meal. Although it’s meatless, it’s filling. We serve it as a main dish, but it also works amazing as a side dish to smoked Polish sausage, and it’s perfect for pot lucks, as it’s always well received.
But what IS it? Simply put, it’s noodles i.e. Kluski fried in butter with onion and sauerkraut. I added celery to mine, as I love the flavor it gives coupled with the onion. Some add mushrooms to give it that earthy flavor.
I found it challenging to name because it has a few. I am thinking that is why most of us here in the U.S. call this traditional European dish Noodles & Kraut or Noodles & Cabbage.
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