This can be an aquired taste but there is a couple of things to make it likeable for more people. There is no"authentic "recipe It depends on region'and family tastes. We called it Kumle.
Not a meal for calorie counters as was meant more for people in cold climates who needed them.
First, most of taste will come from broth. Instead of just ham we use, beef sausage, garlic sausage, pork sausage, garlic, onion etc.
Once this broth has boiled meat well, remove the meat and MAKE SURE broth is bubbling before carefully adding the dumpling or they may tend to fall apart.
Oh we also add a well peppered piece of light cooked bacon or salt pork to center of dumpling
Serve dumpling and meat with lots of butter and pepper to your taste.
Next day, cut up & fry up left over dumplings and meat - very good
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This can be an aquired taste but there is a couple of things to make it likeable for more...