DUMPLINGS WITH BROWNED BUTTER AND FETA CHEESE

This is a variation on a dish called Haluski. I grew up with this dish, it was one of my favourites.  It is not difficult and with time you will learn how to make it without measuring.  I grew up eating it as a meal, but it works very well as side dish.  I am sorry when I make it I do not measure.  So if you, have any problems, like if the dough is too runny, add more flour.  If it is too stiff add a little water.  But it will taste really good when you get it right.

RECIPE

INGREDIENTS

2 Two Beaten Eggs

2 Cups Water

Salt

Flour, Enough To Hold Together But Not Heavy

Butter, Browned, To Taste

Feta Cheese, To Taste

PREPARATION

Beat eggs, add water, salt.  Making sure they are well blended.  Add enough flour to make a dough that is soft but will not come apart when cooking in boiling water.

Bring water to a boil. The metal pan with the holes in it is the utensil used to cut the dough as it is being dropped in to the water.

Cut the dough into the water by pressing it with the back of a spoon.  If you don’t have this utensil just take little pieces of the dough with a spoon and drop the pieces into the water.

Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and cook until the dumplings are cooked.  The little dumplings  should not be doughy.  I have always taken one and tasted it to see if it was cooked.

Drain the water, leaving a little with the dumplings, approx. 1/4-1/2 cup. The reason for the measurement variation, is that if you have more dumplings leave a little more water.  This will make the dumplings a little creamer.  Brown some butter and pour onto the dumpling mixture.  Add some feta cheese.  Mix well.  Serve immediately.

Can be made and served with soup.

ENJOY!!!!

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