Halushki is of Polish origin. This basic recipe can be spiced to your liking and the type of noodles you use is entirely up to you. We rotate between pierogies, wide egg noodles, "halushki noodles" and bow-tie pasta (which is what we used this time).
The ingredients are very basic. 1 large chopped cabbage and 1 1/2 large white onions chopped.
Saute onions in a stick of butter. At the same time, steam cabbage. After cabbage is steamed (but not too limp!) and onions are translucent, add cabbage to the onions.
Add 1/2 stick of butter, salt, freshly ground pepper, garlic powder and garlic salt (all to taste). Cook over medium heat until it is light golden brown. At that point, it's finished. Spoon over your choice of noodles.
This dish is chock full of flavor. It's also very flexible- you could have it as a side dish or a main dish. You could have some kielbasa or bratwurst on the side or not. There are many things you could add to give it some color, but we like it this way. Nothing fancy, just plain good...and the eggs.