How to make it

  • Boil potatoes in jackets. Peel when cool and grate or rice them. Add eggs, salt & flour. Beat the batter with a fork until fluffy. Chill. Roll lightly into balls 1" in diameter and drop gently into gently boiling salted water for 10 minutes. Drain well.
  • When you are rolling them dampen your hands with warm water and then they won't be sticky.
  • NOTE 1: My grandmother used to put croutons in the center of each dumpling and form the dumpling around it. My family prefers them just this way. To make it easy, I drizzle a little melted butter over large store-bought croutons and just use those. Any flavor you like.
  • NOTE 2: Leftover dumplings are even better the next day sliced and fried in butter on each side. Serve with leftover sauerbraten and gravy!

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  • ladychablis 8 years ago
    I agree , this is yumm, but the mix is so easy and just asgood.
    Have you tried the food at Penn Brewery?
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  • chispirit 9 years ago
    Yummm!!!! this IS good I know I have had them many times. Just pour lots of gravy over them and have red cabbage with it ...OH now I am getting hungry...LOL

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  • absolutgoddess 9 years ago
    this sounds totally awesome :)
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    " It was excellent "
    tnjazmyn ate it and said...
    Yum! I have always wanted to make potato dumplings! Now I'm off to check the sauerbraten recipe....I am thinking German sounds very good right now!
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  • momo_55grandma 9 years ago
    good recipe thanks
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    " It was excellent "
    minitindel ate it and said...
    hi linda how are you ???? i like this recipe yum
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