Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Griesnockerlsuppe (Semolina Dumplings Soup)

  • 7 oz. semolina (Semolina is a kind of yellow flour that you can get in most natural food stores and some grocery stores in the pasta section; in Germany it is called "Gries")
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 tablespoons of soft butter
  • A little bit of lukewarm milk
  • A pinch of salt, nutmeg, pepper, and other spices such as thyme
  • Stir the eggs with butter, milk, salt and spices and add the semolina little by little until it is a homogeneous mixture
  • Cut little dumplings from this mixture with a spoon and put them into boiling broth (I recommend the Royal Bavarian Beef Soup)
  • After about 10-20 minutes the dumplings come up to the surface and are ready to eat.

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