This was a good recipe for spaetzle. Any other time I have eaten it, it was really hard. This recipe makes little soft dumpling type noodles. However, I would not attempt this without a (spaetzle maker). It was so fast and easy to make with one. And, the spaetzle came out perfectly shaped. Sur la table sells them for at most fifteen dollars. I wasn't going to saute them because I was cooking something else. But, I am glad I did because it really improved the flavor. Make sure to also boil them for the full 7-8 minutes as they do expand to full size and get softer to chew. I just used my largest sauce pan and filled it with water as usual and not a full gallon of water. The only change I made was subbing 2 tsp. of dried parsley for the fresh. Next time I would like to try the fresh though to see the difference. The only downside is I thought the white pepper and nutmeg was way too strong, but I also don't care for the taste of pepper. I will definitely make again but see what will happen if I omit the spices and just saute them in butter, parsley, or possibly another seasoning. Thanks
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This was a good recipe for spaetzle. Any other time I have eaten it, it was really hard. This...