Polish ‘Lazanki’ Pasta with Cabbage Recipe
Lazanki (pol. Åazanki) is Polish traditional pasta dish which arrived in Poland in 16th century from Italy when Bona Sforza, Italian wife of King Zygmund the Old, brought high Italian Cousine to the country.
Lazanki is prepared from pasta shaped into small rectangles mixed with ground meat, cooked cabbage, mushrooms and onion.
Lazanki seems to be recently forgotten in everyday Polish cooking but it is important that it survived into the 21st century.
In this video, Ula shows how to make a quick, healthy, traditional and delicious meal – Lazanki.
-1 lb Ground Meat (Beef, Pork, Veal, Turkey)
-1 lb Mushroom
-1lb small cabbage (can be also 1/2lb cabbage and 1/2lb sauerkraut)
-1 small onion
-Lazanki Noodles (flat square noodles)-1 package (10oz)
-Shredded Cheese (optional)
6 thoughts on “Polish ‘Lazanki’ Pasta with Cabbage Recipe”
This is also an amazingly delicious recipe. It is also great using wide rice noodles broken into smaller strips or without the pasta.
MY DAD SAYS IT IS LASAGNE. I don’t know if it is or not
No its not lasagna, And best is with mushrooms and sauerkraut.
Love Poland food my friend viktoria is from Poland
This arlicte is a home run, pure and simple!
This looks interesting, like a mix of a Hungarian dish we make only with this pasta and cabbage. I can’t wait to try this from our common kind Zsigmond.