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Active Time:  30 Minutes
Total Time:  1 Hour 15 Minutes
For those of you who are lucky enough to have the VILLAWARE Rotary SPAETZLE MAKER, or any other style or brand, or even just an old fashioned collandar and a large wooden spoon, THIS RECIPE IS FOR YOU! SPAETZLE is a noodle, or a small dumpling.
2 each Large Eggs beaten
1/4 cup Milk
1 cup All-Purpose Flour   (*  Do not use self-rising flour)
1/4 tsp Salt
Dash pepper
1 Tbsp butter
Mix eggs, milk, flour, salt and pepper (batter will be thick).

You can mix by hand with a large whisk, a wooden spoon, or with a mixer, but lightly, and pulse. DO NOT OVER MIX!!!

Fill 4-quart Dutch oven half full with pure water; heat to boiling. (Most tap water leaves a bad taste in noodles!)

Press a few tablespoons of the batter at a time through SPAETZLE MAKER or colander (preferably one with large holes) into boiling water. Work with small batches at a time, if you are making a lot.

Stir gently, once or twice, to prevent sticking.

Cook about 5 minutes or until spaetzle rise to surface and are tender, and drain.

Toss with butter, and salt and pepper more to taste. Serve as a side dish, or in soup!


Date Added: 11/28/2008
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Rating: 5
by: bob Reviewed: 01/06/2011
variable spaetzle
In my family spaetzle was always made with teaspoons...not colanders...thats how i do it
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