Sep 05, 2017gourmetreviewGerman15
I hate nutmeg.
use a wooden spoon, no milk, just eggs, no nutmeg, no pepper…just salt. and scrape the dough of a wooden board….that's not right! but i guess it tastes great as well…so go on
Das sind aber keine schwäbischen spätzle bäääääääääh mit Milch bäääääääääh eier Mehl Salz und Wasser sonst kommt nix rein NIX du arschloch
so cool channel
i really enjoy this channel and I use a lot of recipes here.but this time I really have to defend our German/Swabian spätzle…this is absolutely the wrong way of making spätzle!the real, original and authentic recipe is this:1 egg per 100 grams of floursalt and water (for fluffy and smooth spätzle the best is soda water or what we call sprudel here in Germany)never ever use milk in the batter!
Why do you alternate the additions of egg and milk? I see lots of recipes where you add eggs, one at a time, but, I've never seen this. Just curious.
"Shh-petz-leh" all run together, not spetzel. My Austrian grandmother used to make it by rubbing some of the dough between her palms, letting it drop in short strings into the boiling water. You could also "scrub" the dough through a sieve with a spoon. Definitely not dumplings. For all you complainers below, a little information shouldn't ruin your day.
The narrator pronounces "spaetzle" many different ways, none of them correctly.
wait wait wait there are something like german Restaurants?ok maybe i did not know taht cause i live in germany
I'm impressed! These Spätzle are actually quiet authentic, although the nutmeg irritates me a bit. I'm not quiet sure if there's any in the "original" recipes from Germany. But still: Well done, Allrecipes!
here's a fun challenge for 2016, try not to be such whiny children if you don't like the food, don't make it. if it's not made authentically, don't make it. if it's not spelled correctly, don't point it out. not everyone comes from the same place as you. I honestly hate the community All Recipes has. it's like it's full of nothing but spoiled brats.
I want to learn how to make these.
plz send some more Germany dishes
Actually the dough has to be set aside befor cooking for an hour
They're just called "Spätzle" not dumplings or anything like that
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