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Kopytka, Paluszki or Knedle (Potato sticks or balls) (Poland) Recipe

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Added: Friday, March 06, 2009

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Ingredients:
2 cups flour
4 cups cooked potatoes
1 egg
salt
2 1/2 Tbsp. butter
2 Tbsp. bread crumbs

Directions:
Clean potatoes, cook in skins, peel, and grind, cool, measure (see above). Mix with measured sifted flour, kneads with egg (or without egg). Roll out on a floured board, cut into dumplings of uniform size or shape into small balls, or cut into small finger-shaped dumplings. Flattened balls with a well in the middle, these are called Kopytka. Boil in portions, then pour over with hot water, arrange on a heated platter and serve immediately. Serve with braised meats, sauerkraut in roux, with sauces or dotted with fat.

 

 

 

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