2 pounds cooked potatoes from the day before (firm cooking)
ca. 1 1/4 cups flour
squeeze the potatoes through a press, add flour, eggs and salt and make a dough.
form into noodles about fingersize, put on a floured board
In a big pot bring salted water to cook.
put in the Schupfnudeln until they come to surface, take aout and let dry.
chop onions and saute in a pan until golden brown, add Schupfnudeln and saute until goldenbrown, too
best served with Sourkraut (add in pan)
When I was a kid living in Germany, local freinds made a similar dish, only it was one large sort of loaf, wrapped in cloth and boiled, then sliced and served with sliced pork and gravy. I just remember it being called knudel (both the k and the n pronounced). I'm not sure if it was a German dish or a Czech one (the family had lived in Grunwald, outside of Munchen for many years, but were originally Czech refugees).
that sounds like bohemian knoedel...
I will look for the recipe, if you like?
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