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4 potatoes 1 egg 2 to 3 cups flour 1 dash salt 1 can sauerkraut 1 large onion 1 lb bacon Cut up bacon in bite size pieces and fry with chopped onion. Meanwhile, put on large pot of water to boil. Peel potatoes, cut and grind up in a blender (If the mixture is too dry to blend, add the egg). In a large bowl, gradually mix flour with potato mush until loose batter is formed. Put a large scoop of the batter on a flat surface ( i.e the removable bottom of a springform pan). Holding the flat surface in one hand, use a fork with the other, pushing finger-size dumplings in the boiling water (They will rise as they cook). Gently stir, so they don't stick. After the dumplings are all cooked, drain them in a large colander and put them in a large serving bowl. Drain sauerkraut in colander, under cold water, squeezing out excess. Add sauerkraut, cooked bacon and onion to dumplings. Mix gently. Salt and pepper to taste. (An alternate version is with the dumplings mixed with drained cottage cheese and melted butter. ).

Old World Potato Dumplings


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(posted July 6, 2008)

4 potatoes
1
egg
2 to 3 cups
flour
1
dash salt
1 can
sauerkraut
1 large
onion
1 lb
bacon

Cut up
bacon in bite size pieces and fry with chopped onion. Meanwhile, put on large pot of water to boil.

Peel potatoes, cut and grind up in a blender (If the mixture is too
dry to blend, add the egg).

In a large bowl, gradually mix
flour with potato mush until loose batter is formed.

Put a large scoop of the
batter on a flat surface ( i.e the removable bottom of a springform
pan).

Holding the
flat surface in one hand, use a fork with the other, pushing finger-size dumplings in the boiling water (They will rise as they cook). Gently stir, so they don't stick.

After the dumplings are all
cooked, drain them in a large colander and put them in a large serving bowl. Drain sauerkraut in colander, under cold water, squeezing out excess.

Add
sauerkraut, cooked bacon and onion to dumplings. Mix gently.

Salt and pepper to taste.

(An alternate version is with the dumplings mixed with drained
cottage
cheese and melted butter. ).


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