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Maggi Knödel

Imported From Germany! Potato Dumplings made from half cooked potatoes and half raw potatoes. This is a good example of German engineering.
These are made from half raw and half cooked potatoes.

These are available and easy to order over the internet
at the


These dumplings are individually wrapped in cooking bags for convenient preparation. Each box contains a total of six (6)


As you can see they are dehydrated, You don't ever want to cut open the bag before they are cooked but I did just to show you.

Cook them in boiling salted water,

When they are done they have nicely plumped up to fill the bag and gotten firm.

Cut the bag open like so or if you are daring and have asbestos fingers just tear open the bag.

The dumpling is beautifully round and pops right out on the plate.

Serve them with a roast or a stew.


Maggi Knödel

For best results, store in a cool and dry pantry. Maggi 6 Kartoffelknoedel Halb/Halb im Kochbeutel (Potato Dumplings in Cooking Bag) 1)
NET WT. 7 OZ (200g)


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