First of all, this is more than 4 servings. i made it with 2 cups of flour and 3 eggs and it made 4 very generous side dish portions. since i really should have used 2 1/2 eggs but didn't want to waste a 1/2 an egg, i used it which made the spaetzle on the very firm side. not bad, but very firm. i will try 2 eggs next time for a softer texture. i did not use any gadget to press through but wet my hands with water, took a half handful of dough, and cut it with a dull knife on my fingertip and pushed it off the knife into the boiling salted water. make your pieces as small as you can, as they really expand in the water and will be huge if you are impatient and make them big. you must salt the water or it will be tasteless. cooked for 3 minutes after they floasted to the top because they did not seem done when just first floating, which was almost immediately. i used milk instead of water, and tossed in butter to serve. very tasty with my pork and sauerkraut. thanks!
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First of all, this is more than 4 servings. i made it with 2 cups of flour and 3 eggs and it...