How to Freeze Cabbages & Noodles

Serve haluski at your next family gathering as a warm, inviting, comforting side dish.
Serve haluski at your next family gathering as a warm, inviting, comforting side dish. (Image: Jupiterimages/ Images)

Haluski or cabbage with noodles is the ultimate comfort food dish. It is of Slovakian origin and can be found in the favorites section of many recipe boxes. Serve it as a side dish alongside roasted chicken or serve it alone with warm bread and butter. Add fresh herbs to your favorite recipe to liven up the flavor or increase its depth with pan fried butter and caramelized onions. No matter how you dish it up, this dish is sure to thrill.

Things You'll Need

  • Freezer storage containers with lids
  • Masking tape
  • Sharpie marker

Divide your precooked haluski into individual freezer storage containers, or place it into one large container if you intend to serve it as a family meal for multiple people.

Leave 1/4-inch head-space between the haluski and the container lid. This will allow for any moisture expansion.

Fix the lid tightly to the container and place a strip of tape on the top or side. Mark the container with the current date and contents. Haluski will keep for approximately two to three months in the freezer without any flavor alteration taking place.

Tips & Warnings

  • Traditional haluski is just butter, salt, pepper, cabbage and noodles. You can play around with the flavors (if desired) by adding bacon, caramelized onions, rosemary, parsley or other herbs. Keep in mind that adding too much in regards to competing flavor profiles will only "guild the lily".


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