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- n. Plural form of knaidel.
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Perhaps this would have been a treat, as Jamie Oliver calls it, had I followed his instructions directly, but if I just wanted an awesome broth, I would have been better off making chicken stock and knaidlach for matzo ball soup.
This was partly because we were able to satisfy a craving, and also because the stock and knaidlach had been made at home.
The remainder was left covered on the stove top while I prepared the knaidlach.
There is hardly anything in this mixture, which yields light and fluffy knaidlach, but one could also add chicken fat, ground almonds, beef marrow...
Now, there is an art to making knaidlach, and I certainly have not yet learned it.
Was his grandmother's mince pie more delectable than Jodi's Bubbie's knaidlach?