A German Spätzle recipe can be tricky to make. Here's my easy version of this traditional favorite. Spätzle (Spaetzle) are a very traditional dish for Swabians living in the Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria states.
Easy, because I use a stainless steel Lid and Scraper combo that I bought in Germany on my last trip. Always works.
Yes, I love my Spätzle lid with the scraper to make these noodles.
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This easy home-made recipe lets you enjoy Spätzle wherever you are in the world even if you don't have access to a German deli. So, go ahead. Make this German favorite!
Spätzle aren't always available in my part of Canada. So, if I want to enjoy them, I must make them from scratch. You can, too. In modern German cookbooks and magazines, whenever recipes call for Spätzle (or Schwabian noodles), they are usually cooked from a package - a convenience food.
Kids love it. And why not? It is so good, so rich, so YUMMY!
Whenever we had noodles of any kind when I was growing up, I always thought we were eating "Italian-style." I didn't know that the southern part of Germany has its own type of noodle dishes, traditional noodle dishes that aren't Italian at all, such as this "Nudelkasserole".
Spätzle, a type of German noodles, are common in the southern part of Germany. This word means "little sparrow". (This type of soft egg noodle is also called "Nokedli" in Hungary.)
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