Dumplings or Kloese

Appears in

The Settlement Cook Book

By Lizzie Black Kander

Published 1903

  • About
Kloese is the German for dumplings; they are shaped with a spoon or into small balls or oblongs and are cooked in boiling, salted water or soup stock. They are served in soups, or as an entree with Sauce—when they are—"Mehlspeise," or flour foods. Noodles, macaroni and the like are also used as "Mehlspeise."