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Beat the eggs ... teaspoons salt. The spaetzle should be light, ... melt butter. Lightly brown the Spaetzle in the butter. Top with bread crumbs and serve.
In a medium ... non-stick spatula. Boil spaetzle gently for about ... can put sliced garlic in the browning butter sauce. These noodles go well in soup.
Mix the eggs ... small bits of batter from a spoon into simmering broth stock or salted water. Spaetzle should be very light and delicate; simmer until done.
Beat eggs; add ... Push batter through spaetzle press or small ... or 4 tbsp. melted butter over Spaetzle; season with salt, celery salt and onion powder.
Add all ingredients ... thickened. To make spaetzles add ingredients and ... Add small amount of butter or oil to stop spaetzles from sticking together.
Have broth boiling. Combine flour and salt in bowl. Make hole in center of flour and break eggs into it. With fingers start pulling flour into eggs ...
Put all ingredients ... squeeze batter into boiling water, when it rises to top they are done (need Spaetzle machine) or can cut by hand on wooden board.
Combine egg and ... thickened. Serve with Spaetzle. Sprinkle with ... Press batter through colander with rubber spatula. Cook and stir 5 minutes and drain.
Combine all ingredients ... Drain, then brown bread crumbs in butter and pour over the Spaetzle. This dish can be used as a side dish instead of potatoes.
Free-form dumplings make an unusual side dish, sprinkled with grated cheese or toasted bread crumbs. Some recipes instruct forcing the dough directly ...
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