Halushki with Spaetzle

We ate this at one of the Fall festivals we attended a while back and The Blog Tech requested that I make this for his birthday dinner.  I got off easy with this request.  Ask a Polish woman to make some halushki?  Easy peasy!
 I cranked out my spaetzle maker.  Mix 3 beaten eggs, 1 C. milk, 2 C. flour and 1/2 tsp. of salt and as much black pepper as you like.  Pour it into the bowl of your spaetzle maker over boiling chicken broth.  Move the bowl back and forth.  Spaetzle is ready when it floats.

Scoop it out and drain it.

Saute a sliced white onion in some good butter. I used about 4 tablespoons. Add a head of sliced cabbage and cook until the cabbage begins to soften but still has a bit of a bite to it.

Mix in the spaetzle and taste for seasoning.

Serve it sprinkled with a bit of paprika.


Laurie said…
I've never ate this but any noodle i love! The sun shines here today Joyce but I hope you are getting your snow, I'll try to send some cold air your way, you are such a good Mum, your Blog Tech is a lucky fella.
Nothing I've ever tried before but it looks easy enough. I haven't eaten yet so now I'm really hungry :-)

Have a great day!
By the way!
We're expecting up to inches of snow tonight, cabn't say I love that but it is winter here after all :-)
Patty Woodland said…
You did get off easy - but breakfast was a bit more work.
Nellie said…
Blog Tech is definitely lucky - birthday breakfast AND dinner, both!
Guillaume said…
Looks delicious and sounds exotic.
NanaDiana said…
I have never had this but it looks good! It is a snowy kinda looking day but no snow so far- xo Diana
chickpea678 said…
We had this for dinner tonight except with rice pasta instead of spaetzle. Everyone loved it! Next time maybe I'll try a GF spaetzle.
Barb said…
Looks very good!
I had never heard of this before. Sounds GOOD!
Sometimes I'm glad you can't hear me whining "OH, why or why can't I cook like that." I've really got to stop whining and ohhing and ahhhing out loud. PH always wants to know if I'm alright. Now he says "..you looking at that food again?" :)
But this dish...*EXTREMELY heavy sigh*
Mary Ann said…
Oh my gosh, that's looking so good I'm pinning it!