- n. Noodles prepared in an ethnic Polish manner, specifically, thin strips of dough, as opposed to filled shells.
- From Polish (Wiktionary)
“I love to make a Pennsylvania Dutch version of chicken soup, chicken corn noodle kluski soup.”
“The Polish generic name for gnocchi is kluski, which covers a multitude of small dumplings, the ones in the photo are known as kopytka, which despite looking quite large, are no more than 2.5cm 1 across; other versions are known as slaskie and lane, mostly distinguished by their different shapes and slightly different recipes, for instance kopytka contain potato flour as well.”
“Kluski is the Polish generic word for dumplings, we eat kluski at home, but ours are made with potato and flour, and are virtually indistinguishable from gnocchi.”
“It might be bigos - similar to sauerkraut, kasha grain usually buckwheat, or kluski, the generic name for all things dumpling.”
“This is me rolling out the last of the dough for kluski noodles.”
“Supporting actors such as lane kluski, a Polish egg noodle similar to German spätzle, are divine simplicities.”
“Buffalofoods. com (Redlinski's online) now offers a "Kit" -- 2 containers of duck's blood and 2 lbs of kluski noodles for 30.00.”
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