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GLUTEN-FREE / ALLERGY-FREE

Let me introduce you to the Nanas Spaetzle Maker, the easiest way to make Gluten Free fresh pasta.

1. Use the flours of your choice or a combination of flours e.g. potato flour, white and brown rice flour, lentil, corn or soya flour.

2. It is healthy, costs very little and is made in just minutes.

3. The best thing is, that you know exactly what is going into your pasta.

4. No preservatives, no additives. No artificial flavours. It only contains what YOU put into it.

Now see How easy this is to make!

 

Gluten free

Spaetzle Basic Recipe

Serves 4

3 cups flour – can be gluten free flour, potato flour, white or brown rice flour, lentil, corn or soya flour, or even a combination.

1 tspn salt,

3 eggs or 3/4 cup soft tofu or egg substitute.

approx. 1 ¼ cup water or milk.

  • In a large bowl combine flour, salt, eggs or tofu and sufficient liquid to form a soft do

  • Take a large pot, fill 2/3rds full of water and bring to boil.

  • Rinse the Spaetzle Maker in cold water and place on top of pot. Pour half the mixture on to the Spaetzle Maker. Using the plastic scraper spread the mixture back and forth through the holes into the simmering water. If mixture is very easy to spread, it is the right consistency. If the mixture is too thin, you will end up with thin spaetzle.

  • Remove the spaetzle maker and rest on a plate.

  • When Spaetzle float to the top of water, simmer Spaetzle for approximately 3 minutes. Use a skimmer to lift Spaetzle out, place into a bowl or on a platter and keep warm.

  • Repeat process until mixture is used up.

  • Spaetzle are now ready to be served.

  • Alternatively they can be made ahead of time, and then reheated with a little butter or oil in a frypan, garnish with chopped parsley and ready to eat.

  • Rinse spaetzle maker in cold water then place in dishwasher or wash with a kitchen brush.

 

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