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Spatzle.... Anyone?

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Has anyone successfully made Spatzle using gluten free flours? And, if so... can you tell me which ones?

If anyone has a recipe to share, I'll be eternally grateful. :)


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Jay - 11

Bean - 8

Ian - 3

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Well, I personally don't like Spaetzle, but I did a google search for you. Here is a promising link http://www.cookingwithnana.com/

Here is a recipe, from this site: http://www.enabling.org/ia/celiac/rec/rec9...html#rec98-2f.9

From: Ross2317@AOL.COM

Subject: Spaetzle Noodles

My friend who's daughter is celiac turned me on to these. My daughters,

especially my non-celiac, love them! They are easy to make and a good

way to sneak an egg into your kids

To make these delicious and fresh tasting noodles you must first travel

to your nearest cooking store and buy a spaetzle noodle maker. They cost

about $7.00 and look like a flat cheese grater.

You can make the batter while boiling the water:

1 c. gluten-free Blend

2 eggs

1/2 c. water, milk, or buttermilk

1/2 tsp xanthum gum

Follow the instructions on the noodle maker box and enjoy!!!

These really are very very good!!!!!


I am a German citizen, married to a Canadian 29 years, four daughters, one son, seven granddaughters and four grandsons, with one more grandchild on the way in July 2009.

Intolerant to all lectins (including gluten), nightshades (potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant) and salicylates.

Asperger Syndrome, Tourette Syndrome, Addison's disease (adrenal insufficiency), hypothyroidism, fatigue syndrome, asthma

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Hi, I make them fairly often as my granddaughter loves them too. (same one in my picture<G>) We use soba / buckwheat flour although I will coat my hands and spatzle maker with quinoa flour. Dont really know why but the soba is very sticky and it seems to work better. The machine is just a little thing I picked up which holds a hand full of dough where you slide the holder back and forth over about a 3/8 inch hole. Gravity does the rest. The dough falls into water thats at a full rolling boil.

I have tried other recipes where I mix oinion juice with water or grated cheese. Emmenthaler usually but any will work. I did decide I like to mix in the cheese after the spatzel drain and with a ton or 2 of sweet onions.

Some chefs I know use anchovy paste in the dough which I do for noodles at times but not for spatzel.

Hope it works for you

ken

Has anyone successfully made Spatzle using gluten free flours? And, if so... can you tell me which ones?

If anyone has a recipe to share, I'll be eternally grateful. :)


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Thank you, thank you!!!

So, what type of gluten-free flour is best to use to make schnitzel?

Obviously... I'm way into German food right now. Ursula - I wasn't born there, but my family is German... and I just spent a few days in a lovely little German town called Hermann, in Missouri, this past week. I really wanted to eat all those yummy goodies. I have to find a way to make my own. =)


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Jay - 11

Bean - 8

Ian - 3

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Here is a link to a recipe with pictures. Have never tried it myself, so I can't say how well it works.

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Dx 8/05 via bloodwork and biopsy (total villous atrophy)

13-year old son Dx 11/05 via bloodwork and biopsy

Daughters (16 and 5) have tested negative via bloodwork

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Thank you, thank you!!!

So, what type of gluten-free flour is best to use to make schnitzel?

Obviously... I'm way into German food right now. Ursula - I wasn't born there, but my family is German... and I just spent a few days in a lovely little German town called Hermann, in Missouri, this past week. I really wanted to eat all those yummy goodies. I have to find a way to make my own. =)

Not Ursula but I make schnitzel fairly frequently. I just dip in egg, rice flour, egg again and then gluten free bread crumbs. They taste pretty good to me but I'd certainly be happy to hear from anyone who has made these with other flours and has a favourite.

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My mom makes a schnitzel-type dish too (but she uses turkey cutlets, not veal) and uses corn flour with spices (IDK what exactly, but you could look that up) for the breading


Gluten Free since 10/07

Mildly Lactose Intolerant, slight intestinal symptoms after eating milk products, but easily corrected with lactase enzyme

Endometriosis- DX'd 5/07

Gluten Antibodies- "negative"...don't know exact numbers, am highly suspicious...

DXed celiac 12-19-07 via genetics/elimination diet- DQ2 allele

Brother with Celiac, aspergers...his tests were all negative (he didn't have genetics done), including endoscopy, but he definitely is at the least gluten intolerant...highly suspect my mother has it as well- she has hyperthyroid, fibromyalgia, hemochromatosis, and now colon cancer, and she has been weak and exhausted and just generally sick. She's going to get tested.

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My mom makes a schnitzel-type dish too (but she uses turkey cutlets, not veal) and uses corn flour with spices (IDK what exactly, but you could look that up) for the breading

I tend to use turkey or chicken as well. How do you like the taste with corn flour?

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It's really yummy. But the predominant taste is the spices and the peanut oil.


Gluten Free since 10/07

Mildly Lactose Intolerant, slight intestinal symptoms after eating milk products, but easily corrected with lactase enzyme

Endometriosis- DX'd 5/07

Gluten Antibodies- "negative"...don't know exact numbers, am highly suspicious...

DXed celiac 12-19-07 via genetics/elimination diet- DQ2 allele

Brother with Celiac, aspergers...his tests were all negative (he didn't have genetics done), including endoscopy, but he definitely is at the least gluten intolerant...highly suspect my mother has it as well- she has hyperthyroid, fibromyalgia, hemochromatosis, and now colon cancer, and she has been weak and exhausted and just generally sick. She's going to get tested.

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