Recipe Yam Knadles

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Yam Knadles:

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Ingredients:

1) Yam, large - 1/8
2) Eggs - 1
3) Flour - 4 to 6 tblspns.
4) Half n half - 1/8 cup
5) Butter - 1/2 tblspn.
6) Bacon - 2 slices
7) Onion - 1 slice
8) Pepper, Serrano - 1
9) Bread - 6 to 8 slices
10) Allspice - 1 tspn.


Procedure:

1) Ensure the butter is soft before beginning.
2) Boil the yam to soften it up.
3) Chop up the yam.
4) Tear up the bread into 1/4" pieces.
5) Fry and then cut up the bacon into pieces.
6) Dice the Serrano pepper and onion.
7) Mix all ingredients into a thick pasty dough.
8) Oil a baking pan.
9) Separate the dough into optionally sized knadle balls.
10) Line the baking pan with the knadles.
11) Preheat the oven to 350F.
12) Bake for 30 to 40 minutes.
14) Remove to serving plates.
15) Serve.

Knadles are best served as a side dish.

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Yam Knadles:

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Ingredients:

1) Yam, large - 1/8
2) Eggs - 1
3) Flour - 4 to 6 tblspns.
4) Half n half - 1/8 cup
5) Butter - 1/2 tblspn.
6) Bacon - 2 slices
7) Onion - 1 slice
8) Pepper, Serrano - 1
9) Bread - 6 to 8 slices
10) Allspice - 1 tspn.


Procedure:

1) Ensure the butter is soft before beginning.
2) Boil the yam to soften it up.
3) Chop up the yam.
4) Tear up the bread into 1/4" pieces.
5) Fry and then cut up the bacon into pieces.
6) Dice the Serrano pepper and onion.
7) Mix all ingredients into a thick pasty dough.
8) Oil a baking pan.
9) Separate the dough into optionally sized knadle balls.
10) Line the baking pan with the knadles.
11) Preheat the oven to 350F.
12) Bake for 30 to 40 minutes.
14) Remove to serving plates.
15) Serve.

Knadles are best served as a side dish.

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Never heard of them or even seen anything remotely like them. Interesting, I guess it's because I'm down under and not overly used to Jewish? Food. ?
I'm assuming it's Jewish?

Russ
 

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Never heard of them or even seen anything remotely like them. Interesting, I guess it's because I'm down under and not overly used to Jewish? Food. ?
I'm assuming it's Jewish?

Russ

It's north European, German, Norse, Swedish, etc. In German, it is Knoedels or bread dumplings.

It is a way to recycle bread or biscuits that may soon turn bad, by creating knadles or as in some places, bread puddings.
 

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Bread dumplings, in german Semmelknödel are pretty common in the bavarian cuisine, in the northern parts we prefer potatoe dumplings. What I like about dumplings, they can be made with nearly everything.
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