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    Question:Hungarian- Nokedli- (Dumplings)

    cao428
    Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:15 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hungarian Nokedli (Dumplings)

    Hello,

    These are very similar to the noodles my family made as a child, however called Nuchki being Slovakian. My question to you is do you think they are OK made in advance and reheated same day? My Dad would make them and heat them up later, but I am serving a more sophisticated (with all due respect to my Dad) crowd.

    I would like to make this dish for a Xmas party I am going to. I would make everything ahead, including your Chicken Paprikash recipe.

    Thanks so much and Happy Holidays,

    Claudia
    Chicagoland Chef du Jour
    Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:57 pm
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    Hello Claudia,

    This is very similar to what I make, Spaetzle and it is easily reheated. I always add butter to each batch and that will help with reheating. I just microwave it. (*see the spaetzle press I use in the photo)

    I like the addition of the nutmeg in the recipe I mention above.


    The recipe you are considering suggests reheating in a pan with melted butter.
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