|German Home Cooking|
|by Maria Swaringen|
German Home Cooking is not just an ordinary cookbook. It is a wonderful collection of authentic recipes in old-fashioned German cooking such as: S...
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There are so ... keep you in noodles for a month! ... cheese and spinach filling, or stuff with finely chopped, cooked meat to dress up that leftover roast!
Combine all the ingredients except for the cream. Pinch off dough and roll in your hand to make the size of your little finger. Place in a greased ...
Boil noodles in salted water ... When brown, pour noodles into a bowl or serving dish. Pour browned butter mixture over noodles (don't stir). Serve hot.
You can use ... on how many noodles you want to ... very thin, cut in fine, thin strips. Let dry. Can be stored in glass jars and put in closet or freezer.
Beat eggs and ... want. To keep noodles from being too ... method to get used to making, but once you get the hang of it, they are well worth the effort.
Cook noodles until tender and ... Dot with butter and sprinkle with bread crumbs. Use 1 1/2-2 quart round glass dish. Bake at 375 degrees for 30-4 minutes.
To flour and egg add enough water to form a soft dough. Let dough drip from the wooden mixing spoon onto the smooth side of a coarse grater. Hold ...
Cut chicken into ... Remove onions and bay leaf, celery and lemon. Cook 2 cups egg noodles in broth. Gravy can be made from broth after noodles are cooked.
Brown sausage and drain fat. Cook noodles according to package ... water, if needed. (I use 1/4 cup.) Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour or longer.
Cook noodles as directed, drain ... liquid, then noodles. Top with red cabbage. Bake, uncovered 30 minutes or until casserole is heated through. Yield: 5.
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