(Cheese Spaetzle Casserole)
This is from the Swabian area of Germany where they are known for their Spaetzle. To make more Gemutlichheit to your Spaetzle add Emmentaler cheese and top with caramelized onion. The perfect dish to take to a German Pot Luck also
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Basic spaetzle recipe
4 Cups cooked spätzle
2 large onions sliced in thin round slices or juliene
1 stick butter divided in half melted
2 Cups Emmanthaller Cheese
(can substitute Swiss Cheese)
1/2 cup cream
Chopped parsley (optional)
Kuchenprofi Spaetzle Lid & Scraper in 18/10 Stainless Steel
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Make the Spaetzles
Basic spaetzle recipe
While you are making the spaetzle caramelize the onions with half the melted butter
Grate the Emmentaler Cheese
Add a bit of cream to the spaetzle and 1/2 cup cheese
This is another sauce I make to lower the calories
it is non fat sour cream and laughing cow cheese heated lightly in the
Add the sauce to the Spaetzle
Then I found a 2% swiss cheese that lowered the fat content
Add some butter to the bottom of your glass pan
Add a layer of Spaetzle then onions, then cheese
Repeat the layers finish with some onions.
Bake in 350 degree oven for 20 -30 minutes till lightly browned and bubbling
Let sit for a few minutes before cutting and you can cut a nice layered square.
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