|Rayl Family Cookbook|
|by Albert Rayl|
Great recipes from times long ago to present. As a family that grew up in hard times we always had great food to eat.
1 - 10 of 19 for spaetzle noodles
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Beat well with ... air-bubbles. Rinse a spaetzle press with COLD ... to make SHORT noodles or 4 to ... fresh minced parsley. Or add to any soup or broth.
Crack eggs; put ... add mixture into spaetzle maker, let simmer. ... a ladle of noodles and sprinkle a ... while spaetzle are cooking and add as garnish.
In a large ... water. Stir the spaetzle gently to prevent ... separate dish with roasted meats. Sprinkle with toasted bread crumbs, croutons, or bacon bits.
In medium bowl ... press batter through spaetzle maker (or grater with large holes). Stir soup gently so spaetzle do not stick together. Cook 2 to 3 minutes.
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.
Sift flour, salt ... thick. Using a spaetzle machine or colander with medium holes, press noodles into a large ... over low heat. Makes 4 to 5 servings.
Stir together flour and salt. Combine eggs and milk, stir into flour mixture. Pour batter into spatezel maker, colander or spatezle board. Hold over ...
Free-form dumplings make an unusual side dish, sprinkled with grated cheese or toasted bread crumbs. Some recipes instruct forcing the dough directly ...
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.
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.
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