Very Small Flour Dumplings


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Recipes of all Nations

By Countess Morphy

Published 1935

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These tiny dumplings which so often accompany various kinds of Gullash are made of a stiff paste consisting of 2 eggs to every 1 lb of flour, kneaded with a little water and a good pinch of salt. The paste is rolled to the thickness of about ½ an inch, cut into ½ inch strips, and tiny pieces, of about the size of a bean, are pinched off with the fingers and shaped into balls. These are either boiled in salted water or cooked in the sauce of the dish with which they are served.