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Old 12-01-2016, 11:04 AM   #11
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I have the cheese grater type, works great. A little hard to clean, but if you soak all the parts for a couple hours, most of the dough rinses off.

I will have to try adding sage.
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Old 12-01-2016, 03:57 PM   #12
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Janet, here's a thread I started a couple of years ago. I hope it's useful for you......

Tips on Spaetzle
Thanks for the link. Cleaning up is a big concern as well as storing a uni-tasking tool.

Do you think that plastic would clean up better than metal?
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Thanks for the link. Cleaning up is a big concern as well as storing a uni-tasking tool.

Do you think that plastic would clean up better than metal?
Actually, this one that I have cleans up beautifully after being rinsed and put in the dish washer.

https://www.amazon.com/Kuchenprofi-S...spaetzle+maker

I store it under my other round bakeware, and it takes up little room.
I know it's a one purpose wonder, however I've used it as a steamer with a lid also.
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So an interesting turn of events. I was at a holiday bizarre this weekend and found this on a sale table for 4 bucks, unused and in the box. Sold!

kuchenprofi plane 29.95

Now to try it out....
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Cool, Janet. I have this kind. Don't use it often.
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So an interesting turn of events. I was at a holiday bizarre this weekend and found this on a sale table for 4 bucks, unused and in the box. Sold!

kuchenprofi plane 29.95

Now to try it out....
Oh WOW, what a find Janet!! It will be perfect!!
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Turkey Soup w/Spaetzle I thought I would share last night dinner idea as it worked out well and was fast and easy. I made some quick turkey soup with thanksgiving leftovers and then added fresh spaetzle to it for serving. The spaetzle was fun to make and fast. I poked some holes in a disposable pie pan and pressed the batter through into boiling water. After a quick cook I drained into some melted butter, added some parsley and then added to soup. The spaetzle recipe: 1 1/2 C flour 2 eggs 1/3 C water salt pepper nutmeg Soup: [ATTACH]25766[/ATTACH] 3 stars 1 reviews
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