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Norpro Spaetzle Maker
|Price:||$11.98 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Designed to make authentic egg dumplings
- 13 inches long
- Stainless-steel and plastic construction
- Batter/dough recipes included
- Hand wash in warm, soapy water
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|Dimensions||14 inches x 6 inches x 1 inches||10.75 inches x 10.75 inches x 1.5 inches||1 inches x 10.75 inches x 10.75 inches||7.75 inches x 4.75 inches x 5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.71 pounds||0.65 pounds||0.95 pounds||4.85 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The little maker is a lot easier and the price is right. It comes with some good dough recipes (I add a bit of nutmeg to mine.) Traditionally, the noodles are served with a garnish of browned bread crumbs. They are very good with stew, pot roast and venison. They are also made into Kaesepatzle--literally "cheese spaetzle", which is the German version of macaroni and cheese. You toss the boiled spaetzle in a bechamel (white) sauce made with swiss or cheddar cheeseabd top with sauteed browned onions. They are very good, too. Kids love them.
Also, the norpro comes apart very easily, so cleaning it is a breeze. For 8 bucks, you really can't beat it.
Easy to use, quick and doesn't use up lots of space.
Definitely the way to make spaetzle (or Knoepli as
they are called in Switzerland).
This is definitely one of those speciality tools
that's worth having, because there's nothing else
that works as nicely and it makes the job SO much
This spaetzle plane cleaned up quick and easy. I just love it. I can't wait to experiment with as many recipes as I can find.
ETA: I think the first recipe on the box has an editing error--it says that the dough made will be very stiff and elastic, and in fact, it's not. There's too much water in it for that, for one thing, and for another, the last thing you want to have to force through the holes of the plane over boiling water is a stiff dough. The liquid in the recipe will make the dough more like an overly thick pancake dough--it takes very little pressure to push it through the holes. Italian pasta, which has little or no water in it, is very thick and elastic--but not this dough.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great. Fits nicely on the pot and the plastic "handle" you rake across doesn't get hot. Love using this, would definitely purchase again.Published 2 days ago by Mark Hillis
I LOVE THIS THING! It's probably one of my favorite things in my kitchen. Very easy to use, even easier to clean, and the recipe on the back is perfect!Published 4 days ago by Justine Westbrook
I have better luck with a colander. I use the same recipe every time and it had a tendency to all stick together with this product.Published 7 days ago by Becca L.
Worth it. My 10 month old loves Spaetzle and this maker makes it so easy to make it.Published 22 days ago by Jen Johnson