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    Spek Knoedellen recipe anyone?

    Taylor in Belgium
    Thu Sep 29, 2005 7:59 am
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    We frequently slip over to the Black Forest area to a great gasthof there just outside of Triberg. We always get the half pension, breakfast and dinner. One night, I had spek knoedellen...which when it first appeared in front of me my reaction was-I didn't ask for fried potatoes, I ask for knoedellen! They look just like sliced fried potatoes, but is definitely a dough of some sort, sliced and fried. Man they are heavenly!!! I know how to make the spatzels, but this was definitely something different. Also in northern Austria they serve a farmers pan, egg, spek/bacon, onions and the exact same textured knoedel only diced in small cubes. Does anyone have a good recipe for these?
    Taylor in Belgium
    Koechin (Chef)
    Wed Oct 05, 2005 5:26 pm
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    When my mother had potato dumplings left over she always cubed them and fried them up with bacon just like fried potatoes. They are wonderful that way. Sometimes she also sliced them like potatoes. We always hoped that there would be some left over. icon_smile.gif. Can you buy The "Panni Mix" for potato dumplings? They are sold in import and some grocery stores here, and are produced in Germany. I grew up in Berlin, and they where available there. it is the easiest way to make the dumplings, and you cannot tell them frome home-made. When I make Sauerbraten or Rouladen, I always have to make a double batch of the potato dumplings.LOL Good luck. Ingrid/Koechin
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