4.5-in. Stainless Steel Spaetzle Maker by Norpro
It's easy to turn out those delicate German egg dumplings with this Spaetzle Maker. Flat, sliding spaetzler with square hopper gives you the perfect size every time. Durable stainless steel construct...; See complete description »
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We're of Hungarian descent and my son, daughter and I all regularly make chicken paprikash with dumplings. The old way was to chip the batter off the side of a bowl into hot water. When making a big batch, this gets tedius and the dumplings keep getting bigger. I bought a circular spaetzle maker, and although it made the job easier, it was so hard to clean that it ended up being the same amount of work. This sapetzle maker is easy to use, makes adorable little dumplings in no time (even triple batches) and cleans up effortlessly. I bought one and then bought two more for my kids. At this price, you should give it a try.9 of 13 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
i was worried about the construction of this product - but its pretty solid. dishwasher safe - hopper holds about 12 oz.9 of 12 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Stainless Steel Spaetzle Maker
This is a great product for the value. Making spaetzles is very easy with this tool and cleanup is simple. I would highly recommend it.7 of 11 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
It is impossible to make spaetzle without this tool. As a native Hungarian, now a citizen of this country, grew up on noodles shaped like spaetzle, thanks to the internet, I was able to find you. Now I can have my goulash with spaetzle (in German) dumplings (in America) nokedli (in Hungary)7 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I purchased this as it seemed to be a less expensive alternative to a food mill.. I guess its true "you get what you pay for".. the first one arrived bent and unusable as it would stick in the track.. Cooking.com sent another right away.. while this one is better I dont think this is nearly as good for spaetzel as a food mill, at least for me.7 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »