Halušky

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Haluški
Bryndzové Halušky with bacon
TypeDumpling or noodle, gnocchi
Region or stateEastern Europe and Central Europe
Main ingredientsBatter (flour, potatoes, cottage cheese, bryndza cheese)
VariationsBryndzové halušky, Kapustové halušky, strapačky, noodles & cabbage
Haluškar strainer
Halušky monument in Poltava, Ukraine

Halušky (IPA: [ɦaluʃkɪ], plural in Czech and Slovak; Hungarian: galuska, or nokedli; Ukrainian: галушка, romanizedhalushka; Lithuanian: virtinukai; Turkish: holuşka) are a traditional variety of thick, soft noodles or dumplings found in many Central and Eastern European cuisines under various local names.[1][2][3]

The term halušky can refer to the dumplings themselves, or to a complete dish containing other ingredients. Typically the dish described is noodles with sauteed cabbage and onions.[4][5] Bryndzové halušky , which combines the noodles with a soft sheep's cheese, is one of the national dishes of Slovakia.[6][7][8] In certain regions of the Antalya Province in South Turkey, holuşka is made with larger dumplings than its counterparts in Central and Eastern Europe.[9]

A haluskar is a kitchen utensil used to drop batter into stock to create the noodles.[10]

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  1. ^ Salaman, Rachel (2003). "Halušky: Humble King of the Slovak Kitchen". Spectacular Slovakia. Retrieved 2008-09-11.
  2. ^ Salaman, Rachel (2003-01-20). "Halušky: Like gnocchi only smaller and tastier". The Slovak Spectator. Retrieved 2008-09-11.
  3. ^ Reynolds, Matt (1999-06-21). "Three liters of bryndzové halušky small work for hefty men in national eating competition". The Slovak Spectator. Retrieved 2008-09-11.
  4. ^ "Haluski (Buttery Cabbage and Noodles) Recipe". NYT Cooking. Retrieved 2023-03-11.
  5. ^ Frederick, Missy (2023-02-15). "Where to Eat Haluski, the Pennsylvania Comfort Food Even Guy Fieri Can Get Behind". Eater. Retrieved 2023-03-11.
  6. ^ Cravens, Craig Stephen (2006). Culture and customs of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 75. ISBN 0-313-33412-9. OCLC 67240291.
  7. ^ Dunford, Lisa (2007). "Slovakia: Food & Drink". In Paul Smitz; Aaron Anderson; Steve Kokker; Brett Atkinson; Becca Blond (eds.). Lonely Planet Central Europe. Hawthorn, Victoria: Lonely Planet. p. 452. ISBN 978-1-74104-301-3. OCLC 85763619.
  8. ^ Sinkovec, Magdalena (2004). "Bryndzové Halušky / Potato Dumplings with 'Bryndza' Sheep Cheese and Bacon". Culinary Cosmic Top Secrets A Nato Cookbook. Lulu. pp. 115–16. ISBN 1-4116-0837-2.
  9. ^ Holuşka. Antalya İl Kültür ve Turizm Müdürlüğü. Retrieved 2024-01-08.
  10. ^ "Slovak Halusky (Grated Potato Dumplings) Recipe". The Spruce Eats. Retrieved 2023-03-11.