Galuskies

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Galuskies

Postby Papa Tom » Thu Sep 27, 2007 10:41 am

Galuskies

Select a nice head of cabbage and steam for about half an hour or until the leaves peel off easily. Then mix a pound of hamburger, a half pound of sausage, a small chopped onion, and a half cup of rice. Season to taste. Shape into round balls and wrap in cabbage leaves. Pack in a kettle lined with sauerkraut and cover with water Cook until done. A small amount of vinegar may be added for flavoring.
Alternate cooking method: pack the galuskies in a baking dish and pour chopped tomatoes or tomato sauce over them and bake until done.
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Postby Puff » Thu Sep 27, 2007 7:30 pm

Now that sounds Polish to me :D
My Grandma (God rest her soul) called those "pigs in a blanket".
I'm not sure where she got the "pigs" thing using ground beef but they sure were good! :D
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Re: Galuskies

Postby CJ59 » Sun Jun 13, 2010 11:31 am

Grew up in Ellis County, Kansas a place full of Volga Germans. We had Galusky's constantly, whenever there was a family get-together, there would always be some. My relatives who still live there still make them. They are my favorite meal.
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Re: Galuskies

Postby Hj » Sun Jun 13, 2010 1:51 pm

Yes

Differnet regions have different names for the same thing

Pigs in the blanket
cabbage rolls
tobbies

They are good no matter what they are called..

Some are just better than others.

Thxs for reminding n sharing
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