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Old 02-13-2013, 02:51 PM   #16
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That looks terrific Jeanie, never heard of that bread noodle before as well.
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Old 02-13-2013, 03:50 PM   #17
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Please pass me a napkin...noodle. I'm all in! That looks fantastic Jeanie!
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Old 02-13-2013, 06:04 PM   #18
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Thank you friends! The dumplins were pretty easy to make, but kind of messy. I think foil would be easier to use than cheesecloth.

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Always throwin' something new at us amateuers LOL! Man that looks and sounds delicious!
Thanks Jeanie.

Did you make up your own spices for the napkin noodles, or are there particular spices that make them napkin noodles?

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Thanks KC!! I put egg, milk, pepper, salt, garlic, minced onions and parsley in the noodle mix but I think you can add nutmeg.
I was told parsley is the main herb. I guess they use day old bread most of the time too.
It was tasty fried in butter. Thanks again!


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Old 02-14-2013, 08:36 AM   #19
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You had me at "bear lard", neighbor.

I'd not heard of German (?) napkin noodles until now. That's another one for the MacRae test kitchen!

And a beautiful finish to your story as well. Thanks for sharing!

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You had me at "bear lard", neighbor.

I'd not heard of German (?) napkin noodles until now. That's another one for the MacRae test kitchen!

And a beautiful finish to your story as well. Thanks for sharing!

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Hope you and your Jeannie give them a try. I think you could use a variety of spices in these noodles to kick up the flavor.
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I've eaten those "noodles" my whole life - love them - although the Slovenian name is totally escaping me right now.

You need to use cheesecloth, they won't turn out the same without it. And an extra treat is to melt some butter in a frying pan, add some bread crumbs and brown. Then drizzle that goodness over the noodles.
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Outstanding looking noodles and venison.
The way you made those noodles is pretty slick too. Would you make them again?
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I've eaten those "noodles" my whole life - love them - although the Slovenian name is totally escaping me right now.

You need to use cheesecloth, they won't turn out the same without it. And an extra treat is to melt some butter in a frying pan, add some bread crumbs and brown. Then drizzle that goodness over the noodles.
Thank you for the info Paulie! I will stay with the cheesecloth then. Your bread crumb in butter idea sounds great. I fried a few slices in butter in a skillet and loved the flavor.. I will try your bread crumbs next time. Thanks!

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Outstanding looking noodles and venison.
The way you made those noodles is pretty slick too. Would you make them again?
Thank you Mike! I liked them and will make them again. Someone mentioned freezing a few for for later. I'm not sure how that would work but I might give it a try.
Thanks again friend. :)
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That looks simply wonderful Jeanie
That is one to try

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That looks simply wonderful Jeanie
That is one to try

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Old 02-14-2013, 09:05 PM   #26
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Great job miss Jeanie. Looks rich!
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That really looks good!
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