Colorful and healthy Spätzle, a variety that also tastes good

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Spinach Spätzle is a healthy and wholesome variety on your dinner table that will also delight your guests.

Fresh Spinach can be substituted with the frozen kind. Most varieties of frozen Spinach come in 10 oz packages and needs to be drained once it’s thawed because it will produce a lot of water. A 10 oz package of frozen Spinach is the equivalent about a 1 pound bunch of fresh Spinach leaves

More here: How to substitute fresh Spinach with frozen Spinach

  • Baby spinach leaves
  • Melt frozen or cook Spinach leaves with 3 gloves of garlic
  • Spinach Spaetzle preparation
  • Mix into a smooth dough
  • Spinach Spaetzle preparation
  • Boiling Spinach Spätzle
  • Spinach Spaetzle preparation
  • Spinach Spaetzle preparation
  • Spinach Spaetzle preparation

A substitute for Creme Fraiche is one cup whole cream and one tbsp. buttermilk kept in a jar for 24 hours, stir. An easier version would be sour cream mixed with whole cream.

Also try Cheese or Käse Spätzle

Fried Onions from scratch:

Cut the onions in rings, very thin with a knife or Mandoline food slicer. Heat the oil on high in a saucepan. Mix some flour with a little paprika powder and turn the onion rings in it. Drop into the hot oil and fry with constant stirring until medium brown. Lift the fried onions with a sieve, drain well and let cool down, spread out on paper towel. Sprinkle with salt a little