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    Barbara in Holland
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 3:42 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Hi Inge, It was being cooked in a large wok-type pan at the market stall. Looked like a long type of noodle( but similar to a potato taste) cooked in with the saukerkraut with some bacon(spek) bits throughout. I think the noodle may have been made with a potato puree and flour. No one would share the recipe, and I'm still working on getting the name of it. Delicious, though and made only in the region of Baden-Baden, according to all I've asked. Yummy! icon_lol.gif
    Barbara in Holland
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 3:43 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Hi Anke...silly question, maybe, but how do I get to your recipes? I'm still learning this website. icon_wink.gif Thanks.
    -Sylvie-
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 5:21 am
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    BarbaraM wrote:
    Hi Anke...silly question, maybe, but how do I get to your recipes? I'm still learning this website. icon_wink.gif Thanks.


    Barbara, if you click on Anke's name it'll take you to her About Me page where there is a link at the top to all her recipes.

    Alternatively you can change the 'All Recipes' in the Search box at the top of the page to 'Members Names' and type AnkeR, where you would usually type the recipe that you're looking for, that will also bring up all her recipes.

    Hope this helps! icon_biggrin.gif You'll know you're way round soon enough!
    Tasty Tidbits
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 6:00 am
    Forum Host
    BarbaraM wrote:
    Hi Inge, It was being cooked in a large wok-type pan at the market stall. Looked like a long type of noodle( but similar to a potato taste) cooked in with the saukerkraut with some bacon(spek) bits throughout. I think the noodle may have been made with a potato puree and flour. No one would share the recipe, and I'm still working on getting the name of it. Delicious, though and made only in the region of Baden-Baden, according to all I've asked. Yummy! icon_lol.gif


    Do you think the noodle might have been Spaetzle??? They make wonderful Spaetzle in that region. I was just in Baden Baden last summer, and lived there for 4 years as a child. I just love Germany and I love the food.
    Inge 1505
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 8:26 am
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    MarieAlice wrote:
    BarbaraM wrote:
    Hi Inge, It was being cooked in a large wok-type pan at the market stall. Looked like a long type of noodle( but similar to a potato taste) cooked in with the saukerkraut with some bacon(spek) bits throughout. I think the noodle may have been made with a potato puree and flour. No one would share the recipe, and I'm still working on getting the name of it. Delicious, though and made only in the region of Baden-Baden, according to all I've asked. Yummy! icon_lol.gif


    Do you think the noodle might have been Spaetzle??? They make wonderful Spaetzle in that region. I was just in Baden Baden last summer, and lived there for 4 years as a child. I just love Germany and I love the food.


    Spaetzle is a very good suggestion, but I don't know a recipe with sauerkraut and Spaetzle, perhaps post a request? icon_smile.gif
    Jonah
    Mon Feb 14, 2005 8:00 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hallo! Sie haben recht. Es ist zwar sehr italienisch, aber ich finde nichts dabei, wenn man zu einen italienischen Gericht isst. Uebrigens, klingt es sehr lecker! icon_biggrin.gif


    Last edited by Jonah on Mon Feb 14, 2005 11:48 pm, edited 1 time in total
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Feb 14, 2005 9:10 am
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    Welcome Jonah icon_smile.gif
    Barbara in Holland
    Mon Feb 14, 2005 9:31 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Hi. I haven't forgotten to answer this about a better description. I got in the middle of painting a room and so will have to find the paper with the name on it as soon as I put everything back into the room. I love this site! Barbara icon_wink.gif
    Jonah
    Wed Feb 16, 2005 5:24 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    HeatherFeather wrote:
    Welcome Jonah icon_smile.gif


    Thank you. Danke. icon_biggrin.gif
    Jonah
    Wed Feb 16, 2005 6:36 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Inge 1505 wrote:
    MarieAlice wrote:
    BarbaraM wrote:
    Hi Inge, It was being cooked in a large wok-type pan at the market stall. Looked like a long type of noodle( but similar to a potato taste) cooked in with the saukerkraut with some bacon(spek) bits throughout. I think the noodle may have been made with a potato puree and flour. No one would share the recipe, and I'm still working on getting the name of it. Delicious, though and made only in the region of Baden-Baden, according to all I've asked. Yummy! icon_lol.gif


    Do you think the noodle might have been Spaetzle??? They make wonderful Spaetzle in that region. I was just in Baden Baden last summer, and lived there for 4 years as a child. I just love Germany and I love the food.


    Spaetzle is a very good suggestion, but I don't know a recipe with sauerkraut and Spaetzle, perhaps post a request? icon_smile.gif


    Spaetzle or squat noodles actually refer to any home-made pasta. I think what you ate were Schupfnudeln, which are a type of Spaetzle, and yes, they're made from potatoes. Schupfnudeln get their name from the Upper German word "Schupfen", meaning "to shove, push, throw or chuck". They are traditionally hand-made by rolling out potato dough on a board and cutting the dough into noodles. In fact Schupfnudeln, which are unique to Baden-Baden and the Schwaebische region, are simple and easy to make. I've an authentic recipe for Schupfnudeln which I call Badische Schupfnudeln:

    Ingredients: (I'm used to metric measurement)

    750 gm potatoes
    60 gm flour
    1/2 tsp salt, or desired
    1 egg
    Nutmeg, freshly scraped or ground, as desired
    1 tbsp chopped parsley
    50 gm lard

    Preparation:

    Boil the potatoes in their jackets for 25-30 minutes. Peel the potatoes and put them on a lightly floured board. Mash them with a rolling pin. (You can also use a potato masher) Add flour, egg, parsley, salt and nutmeg. Knead well to form a smooth dough. Roll out the dough to about 1 cm thick or to the thickness of your thumb. Cut flattened dough into thin strips of 5 cm long. Gently roll out the strips or stretch them until the ends taper. Leave aside for 15 minutes. (Alternatively, you can immediately toss the noodles into boiling water. Remove them when they rise to the surface.) Heat lard in a pan and fry the noodles till golden brown. Serve with roast pork, lamb, sauerkraut or any cabbage dish.

    I hope this recipe answers your question. Please let me know if they taste anything near to what you ate. icon_biggrin.gif
    HeatherFeather
    Thu Feb 17, 2005 4:21 pm
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    Jonah - it would be great if you could also share this on Zaar so people can add the recipe to thier cookbooks and give you a review. I do recall others asking for this recipe before and I think many will find your recipe enjoyable. icon_smile.gif Thanks for sharing. icon_smile.gif
    Barbara in Holland
    Thu Feb 17, 2005 5:18 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Hi. Yes I think this is the dish I had in Baden-Baden. Thanks so much. I'll try it this weekend and let you know. They served it with sauerkraut, and heated it all in a large wok. Delicious! Thanks again ...and hopefully this is it. Yummy! Barbara icon_lol.gif
    Jonah
    Thu Feb 17, 2005 8:30 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    HeatherFeather wrote:
    Jonah - it would be great if you could also share this on Zaar so people can add the recipe to thier cookbooks and give you a review. I do recall others asking for this recipe before and I think many will find your recipe enjoyable. icon_smile.gif Thanks for sharing. icon_smile.gif


    Thanks for the suggestion, Heather. Badische Schupfnudeln (Spaetzle) is already posted at Zaar. I submitted it to Zaar on Feb 16. I've other German recipes. Of course, they're all in German and I'll have to translate them into English. I think I'll do this as and when there's a request for a recipe in this forum which matches one of mine. icon_biggrin.gif


    Last edited by Jonah on Thu Feb 17, 2005 11:42 pm, edited 1 time in total
    Jonah
    Thu Feb 17, 2005 8:42 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    BarbaraM wrote:
    Hi. Yes I think this is the dish I had in Baden-Baden. Thanks so much. I'll try it this weekend and let you know. They served it with sauerkraut, and heated it all in a large wok. Delicious! Thanks again ...and hopefully this is it. Yummy! Barbara icon_lol.gif


    Hi Barbara, Hope the Schupfnudeln turn out as you expect them to be. If you like, you can use olive oil instead of lard. You may omit the nutmeg. Lard and nutmeg add flavor to the noodles. You can fry some thinly sliced shallots in the oil to add more flavor. Fry the noodles in a wok or wok-like pan until golden brown, add sauerkraut and bits of bacon and mix well. Serve hot. Bon appetit! icon_biggrin.gif
    HeatherFeather
    Fri Feb 18, 2005 12:51 pm
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    Jonah wrote:
    HeatherFeather wrote:
    Jonah - it would be great if you could also share this on Zaar so people can add the recipe to thier cookbooks and give you a review. I do recall others asking for this recipe before and I think many will find your recipe enjoyable. icon_smile.gif Thanks for sharing. icon_smile.gif


    Thanks for the suggestion, Heather. Badische Schupfnudeln (Spaetzle) is already posted at Zaar. I submitted it to Zaar on Feb 16. I've other German recipes. Of course, they're all in German and I'll have to translate them into English. I think I'll do this as and when there's a request for a recipe in this forum which matches one of mine. icon_biggrin.gif


    Jonah - if you ever need help translating, you can post the German version in one of these forum message boxes and we can help you translate correctly, so that you can post them. icon_smile.gif

    I also understand some Italian, so if you run into any issues where you know what it is in Italian or German only, but not English, I may be able to help there too icon_smile.gif
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