Tojasos Nokedli

Look what my husband made 😀 Well his mum did as well 😀

It is a Hungarian dish that seems easy to prepare. I watched him and his mom, sorta “fighting” in the kitchen, as they both wanted to prepare this for me hahaha So they stole spatula from one another, taking turns lol

It is like scrambled egg I would say, but there are dumplings added to it. They called it nokedli.

This scrambled egg then is served with tons of paprika powder, and no, it is not the same as cayenne powder, so it’s not spicy. What I liked more was the salad that accompanied it. It tasted like Indonesian acar, vinegary and sweet 🙂

To make this dish, first you have to make the nokedli (noodle). You will need:
. 1 c flour
. 1 whole egg
. salt to taste
. enough water
. 2 tbsp cooking oil

Mix everything, shouldn’t be too watery nor stiff.

You will need this tool that is shown on picture. I saw them at many of cooking wares stores or on Ebay and Amazon too.

All you have to do is over a boiling salted water, pour some of batter through the plastic area of the tool, and move it backward and forward.

Cook until they are floating to the surface.

Now to make the stir fry, all you have to do is make your regular scrambled egg recipe, and add the noodle while the egg is still wet and liquid.

Season as you’d like! (salt, pepper, smoke paprika powder)

Tojasos Nokedli

scrambled egg with dumpling

Ingredients

  • 1 c flour
  • 1 whole egg
  • salt to taste
  • enough water
  • 2 tbsp cooking oil

Instructions

  • Mix everything, shouldn’t be too watery nor stiff.
  • You will need this tool that is shown on picture. I saw them at many of cooking wares stores or on Ebay and Amazon too.
  • All you have to do is over a boiling salted water, pour some of batter through the plastic area of the tool, and move it backward and forward.
  • Cook until they are floating to the surface.
  • Now to make the stir fry, all you have to do is make your regular scrambled egg recipe, and add the noodle while the egg is still wet and liquid.
  • Season as you’d like! (salt, pepper, smoke paprika powder)
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