Serve pasta pillows as a meal, a side dish or tossed into salad greens instead of croutons.
For a fresh twist on lasagna, place the Maultaschen in a baking dish topped with fresh tomato sauce. Top with fresh cheese and bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes.
Place the (defrosted) vegetarian Maultaschen in salty boiling water or a broth; reduce the heat to simmer for approximately 10 -12 minutes.
33% vegetables (potatoes, onions, spinach, peas, leek, celery), durum wheat semolina, whole egg, quark, white bread (wheat flour, water, salt, yeast), starch, salt, pea fiber, dextrose, spices (contains celery), stabilizer: (sodium citrate, ascorbic acid), spice extracts
Allergy Information: Contains Egg, Wheat, Celery and Milk
Toss prepared Spätzle with seasonal vegetables: asparagus, heirloom tomatoes, squash or broccoli.
The most popular version of Spätzle are Käsespätzle, or “Spätzle with Cheese”. Sauté onions and remove from pan. Add Spätzle into pan with a touch of butter to taste; sauté Spätzle. Blend in cheese according to your palette: Emmentaler is the European favorite; cheddar makes it a more American dish. Plate and serve topped with onions.
Place the (defrosted) Spätzle in boiling water for around 1 minute until they appear on the water surface.
Place butter or oil in a hot pan, and then add the Spätzle with 4-5 tablespoons of water. Turn the Spätzle while sautéing until they turn golden.
Wheat flour, water, egg, herbs (chive, parsley, chervil) salt, starch, spice extracts, citric acid.
Allergy Information: Contains Egg and Wheat.
Pair the Knödel with your favorite savory dishes to soak up the sauce – turkey and gravy, venison and red wine reduction.
Place the (defrosted) Knödel in salty boiling water or a broth; reduce to boil gently for approximately 12-14 minutes.
Potatoes, starch, modified starch, salt, vegetable oil, milk protein, thickener: guar gum, spices, spice extracts.