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Thread: Looking for German Recipe

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    Red face Looking for German Recipe

    My mother made this recipe YEARS ago, and now my sister is craving it. Mom has passed, but I was hoping you can decipher this spelling and share your recipe.

    It is called "schtertz" - the spelling is probably wrong, but it sounds like......."sht-air-tz"

    We would be so greatful if you knew of this recipe.

    Thanks

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    I think you might get more help if you could tell us what sort of food it is?

    Is it something shaped liked a pig's tail (Sterz)?
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    I'd like to help too, but need more info such as: dessert, main dish, etc.

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    Our German friends here probably will be able to help you, but you could GOOGLE German foods or go on foodnetwork.com

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    do you mean snitz, which are dried apples?

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    Any listing of ingredients? Pie, main dish, appetizer?

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    Thanks for your input but as I remember (last time I had it was 50 years ago) it looked like scrambled eggs but FIRMER. Mom always made it with a dandoline (sp) salad (YUCK) It was a main dish. Back then we seldom ate meat so it was a basic staple. Thanks

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    no, not shaped like a pigs tail, not sweet - no apples.

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    What was in it? Could it be spaetzle, which are dumplings? Here's a recipe that shows a picture and the ingredients: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/german-spaetzle-dumplings/

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    No recipe here .... just an idea from something I had at my Swiss/German friends home.

    A main course dish that's homemade which reminded me more of pasta, yet was kind of scrambled up like eggs. Anyone know what that would be?
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