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Potato Dumplings – Czech Style

This is something I grow up with and is so good, it is from my dad’s family and very traditional.

potato dumplings

I usually make 4 X’s the main ratio which makes about 20 – 24 dumplings.  What I don’t plan on cooking right away, I will wrap up tight in cling wrap and freeze in an air tight container for up to 6 months in the freezer for an easy side.

The ratio goes like this:

1 cup leftover cooled mashed potatoes (see this post) 1 cup flour 1 egg 1 tsp. kosher salt

Put mashed potatoes

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Basic Mash Potatoes Recipes (1)

There is nothing I like more than good mash potatoes and they are so easy to make light and fluffy but my problem is that I usually do not measure anything when I make them.  So I thought I should make some and pay attention to the ratio I use when making mashed potatoes.  Oh the pain of eating the experiments that ensued was devastating but I took one for the team! </end-sarcasm>

The first one here is the standard bearer for mashed potatoes for me.  It is what my folks always made especially for holiday meals and Sunday

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