Spatzle (German dumplings)
"Spatzle is similar to egg noodles."Serves 4-6 | Prep Time 20-30 minutes | Cook Time 5-10 minutes
Why I Love This Recipe
Some cooks make spätzle very small by pushing through a spätzle maker or through the holes of a colander. Other cooks, like me, prefer to make them larger, like dumplings. Whichever way you make them, they are delicious.
Ingredients You'll Need
3 c. GGFG Baking Mix
1 T. zanthum gum
1 t. garlic salt
5 beaten eggs
½ c. milk (or Dairy Free milk product of your choice)
½ stick butter (or Dairy Free butter of your choice)
Bring pot of water to a boil. Mix baking mix, zanthum gum, and salt in large bowl until combined. Stir in beaten eggs and milk until smooth. Using the side of a spoon, dip spoon in boiling water, then put a small amount of batter along the side of the spoon and d ip the boiling water allowing spatzle to fall into water to
cook. When all are in the pot, cook a few minutes. Drain, rinse and set aside. When ready to serve, melt butter in a large skillet, when butter foams add a pinch of nutmeg, stir and add spatzle. Cook spatzle until
heated, sprinkle with minced parsley, if desired, and serve.