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Norpro

Norpro Spaetzle Maker

4.3
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AU$ 80.00
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Description

  • Measures: 12.75" x 4.25" x 2.5" / 32.5cm x 11cm x 6cm, Care and Cleaning: Hand Wash Only
  • Spaetzle, traditional German dumplings, can be used in either savory or sweet dishes, or as a wonderful substitute for pasta, rice, or potatoes.
  • Enjoy your favorite old world dish with this modern and functional Spaetzle maker. Made of heavy duty stainless steel and food safe plastic, it is designed to be durable and long lasting.
  • Classically designed to create perfect sized, authentic German Spaetzle, it is also easy to use! Simply place the spaetzle maker over a pot and add your dough to the slider basket. Slide your dough over the holes and the dumplings fall into the boiling water. Fast and easy!
  • Includes an authentic recipe and is ideal for any home chef.

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Customer Reviews

Not ImpressedDon't. Just don't. This Norporo Spaetzle Maker was a replacement for an older Norpro - replaced because the handle no longer snuggly fit in the guides and became a true hazard to cook with. Against my better judgement I ordered it again. Tonight I made several batches of spaetzle in preparation for a party. By the third batch, the handle was wiggling, by the sixth and final batch I had to rubber band the white plastic handle to the metal grates. After cooking, I hand washed and attempted to slide the handle back into the grooves and put it away. But no. The plastic has shrunk away from the metal and will no longer securely fit to the metal. This should have lasted more than six batches. It never even saw a dishwasher. Is the plastic that cheap that it shrinks from hanging out over a pot of hot water for a few minutes as you prep the batter for the maker? What an exciting 2 hours I spent with my "new" spaetzle maker.1I was skeptical.... so happy I got this.I am so so happy I bought this. I will no longer be hesitant over making spaetzle. This was very easy to use. The package I received had a recipe on it.. I followed it to see how it compared to my previous spaetzle endeavors. It was excessively thick.. I added additional soy milk and water (my son can't have milk, so it may have been the lack of lactic acid from real milk... ) until thick, but pliable. If the right consistency, it works perfectly. The weight of the noodle/dumpling along with the grating motion of this tool... they dropped right in the soup. They weren't a Ripley noodle either (my dad woulda been proud). I will never have to fight to make spaetzle again.5PERFECT. Period. End of Quote.I bought this because I got a wild bug up my butt to make spaetzle.This was so not essential.Now, it is not only essential, it's religious. It's poetic. It's life-affirming.I had made spaetzle before. Not recently, mind you, because I'm both stubborn and easily swayed to self-directed anger, and having never secured a proper recipe for the fabulous little dumplings I'd tried from sources other than my own kitchen, I never stopped to think "hey, Italian Boy, maybe this isn't a liquidy typical pasta batter, but an eggy concoction you're underthinking."And I'd tried to run it through sieves and off a spoon and out of squirt bottles, and it always came out like fluffy, semi-doughy garbage.I got the right recipe recently. I got this.I got a wake up call.This simple little gadget, coupled with a recipe that I now hallow (comparable to the one printed right on this product's package) made what used to be a stress-filled, arduous, long and unfulfilling process an absolute snap.It took me 3 minutes to measure and mix my first batch. It took me 3 minutes to boil, cool and drain that first batch. It took me 3 SECONDS to decide to instantly make a second batch.And it took my family about 3 minutes to inhale the two different varieties I'd made and presented to them.This thing makes perfect spaetzle. It cleans up instantly and beautifully.And it now resides on a very accessible shelf in the cabinet, because any time I need a starchy side, I'll quickly opt for a fresh batch of spatzle, made from scratch in half the time as boiling boxed dried pasta, and a quarter the time of boiling plain old rice.I'm devoted. And also, admittedly, more than a touch daft. Enjoy.5In love with this spaetzle maker!Wow! I just received this today and decided to make spaetzle for lunch. I've been using a colander but it was such a messy process and took forever. I'm so pleased with this! It seems well made and made making spaetzle a breeze!5Easy, affordable spaetzle tool.I ordered the Norpro Spaetzle Maker when I was recently tasked with making Lichtenstein's National Dish, K skn pfle, for a themed party. Since I'm not from Lichtenstein and don't even own a suitable collander (Mine is plastic with tiny holes) to make the necessary Spaetzle, I ordered the Norpo with my prime account.For my modest, amateur spaetzle needs, the Norpro is a good fit. Pour the batter into the top and move the guide back in forth over a pot of boiling water. There isn't much more too it. It took a bit of practice to get the speed of the motion right. At first I thought it would be best to move the guide slowly, but counterintuitively this produced very small spaetzle. It actually works better when you move the guide with a little speed.Even though the device is inexpensive, I think it will last for quite a while in my kitchen. I'm looking forward to trying another spaetzle recipe. (Didn't care for the particular variety of cheese in K skn pfle). The major con of the device is that sometimes the guide seems to stick if you push it all the way to one of the stops. Then it takes a bit of force to unlodge it. Once I got used to using it, I avoided pushing the guide hard into the stops, but this stops the Spaetzle maker from earning 5 stars.I'd recommend the Norpro for those with an occasional need to make Spaetzle. If you are making it every day, you might want to invest a bit more in a tool.4All went well and I was having a good time rolling the maker back and forth across the ...I bought this spaetzle maker with high hopes of making spaetzle for the first time. All went well and I was having a good time rolling the maker back and forth across the maker and tiny short doughs dropped out as advertised. I had to add water to the dough to make it soft enough to drop. About 3/4 of the way through, the plastic handle melted off and the rest of my dough dropped into the boiling water in a big lump. Not fun. I am sending them back. Plastic just does not go with heat. You really have a hard time not burning your hands , too.1EFFORTLESS spaetzle; why did I wait so long to try this?!I've enjoyed sp tzle several times in Leavenworth, WA ~ it's a funky little tourist trap town that is set up to be like a Bavarian village. They've spent a good amount of time working on their authenticity. We live about 50 miles away and have visited there several times over the years and a dish I've become addicted to is spaetzle, specifically, k sesp tzle. Kaese spaetzle is spaetzle baked with Emmentaler cheese and caramelized onions. Oh yeah. Basically German mac and cheese. It's SO good. ANYWAY, A few years ago I decided to make spaetzle at home and used the colander method. It took FOREVER and made a huge mess. While it turned out good, it was a pain to make - very messy and labor intensive. I pretty much wrote off the idea of making spaetzle at home after that. Some time later, I was stumbling around the web and my interest in spaetzle was renewed, especially after seeing several food blogs say that THIS was THE TOOL for spaetzle. I questioned my need for such an item, abhorring single-use cooking tools and wondering how many batches of spaetzle I would need to make for it to pay off. Lo and behold, for the low prices of $7 I was able to procure this spaetzle grater from Amazon. And then, sadly, here it sat unused in my cabinet for over a year until tonight when I finally decided to see if it was truly the miracle spaetzle tool I needed. OH. MY. GOSH. I made a delicious batch of perfect spaetzle in no less than 10 minutes with this grater! I was incredulous at first that my dough/batter would go through the holes, but it was absolutely effortless! This will be getting used much more frequently now, and I am kicking myself for waiting this long to try it. Adding Emmentaler cheese to my grocery list - kaese spaetzle will be on a future menu very soon!5so worth itI'm a cheapskate and tried every possible hack for making spatzel without one of these, and all of the alternative methods are a mess, take forever, and are frustrating as all get out. I'm kind of mad at myself for not buying this sooner. It makes the whole process a million times easier. We're talking 5 minutes instead of 30 and zero mess. I also really like that it hooks onto the side of the pot so that it doesn't go flying anywhere. I made a mushroom and shallot spatzel to go with some kielbasa.5Wonderful product!I ve wanted a spaetzle maker for quite some time, and finally broke down and got this one. Wish I hadn t waited so long! Love, love, LOVE this!! Spaetzle has become one of our fav side dishes that whip up in minutes!!! My fav recipe:250 grams A/P flour3 beaten eggs1/3 cup whole milk2/3 cup water1/2 teaspoon saltFreshly grated nutmeg to tasteStir everything together and cook as usual.I like to add noodles to browned butter with carmelized onions and/or sauerkraut.5Easiest to use of all the kinds I triedI tend to experiment sometimes when trying something new, and when I decided to try making spaetzle, I made sort of a project out of it. I watched several many videos on youtube to get a general idea of what the dough should look like (short answer, runny is better) and the many different types of implements you might use to make different shapes and sizes of the noodle. There is no "official" size or shape for the noodle, in fact, one of the videos I especially liked had a lady slicing raw dough into boiling water with a knife.Since I am not nearly that talented with a knife, this gizmo I found was the easiest to use. The runny dough can be spooned into the movable well on top of the holed metal plank, and with just a few strokes, all the dough falls nicely shaped into the boiling water below. It is helpful to wear an oven mitt while keeping it positioned on top of the pot, because the steam can make things very uncomfortable. However, the process is very quick and non-exacting, so your hand does not have to be in position for very long. I actually had a son hold it, while I spooned the batter in, which was, of course, the easiest method of all, so if you can make the event a social one, take advantage of those extra hands. I have used it all by my lonesome, and it works quite well.5
Norpro Spaetzle Maker

Norpro Spaetzle Maker

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 80.00
Sale price
AU$ 80.00
Regular price
AU$ 132.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 52.00)