also spätzle noun (plural spaetzle or spaetzles; also spätzle or spätzles) Etymology: German Spätzle, from German dialect, diminutive of Spatz sparrow, dumpling Date: 1933 a small dumpling cooked by running batter through a colander into boiling water

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  • spaetzle — [shpet′slə, shpet′səl, shpet′slē] pl.n. [Ger dial.] egg noodles or dumplings usually made by pressing the dough through a colander or coarse sieve and cooking the resulting irregular pieces in boiling water: also written spätzle …   English World dictionary

  • spaetzle — /shpet sleuh, seuhl, slee/, n. a dish consisting of lumps or threads made from a batter of flour, milk, eggs, and salt, usually poured through a coarse colander into boiling water, and then either drained and mixed in butter, lightly pan fried,… …   Universalium

  • spaetzle — noun A heavy egg noodle or dumpling used in the cuisine of southern Germany and Austria …   Wiktionary

  • spaetzle — n. type of food made from strips of dough that are boiled and then fried …   English contemporary dictionary

  • spaetzle — [ ʃpɛtslə, ʃpɛts(ə)l] (also spätzle) plural noun small dough dumplings of a type made in southern Germany and Alsace. Origin from Ger. dialect Spätzle, lit. little sparrows …   English new terms dictionary

  • spaetzle — spaetz·le …   English syllables

  • spaetzle — spaetz•le [[t]ˈʃpɛt slə, səl, sli[/t]] n. coo a dish consisting of noodles made from a batter poured through a coarse colander into boiling water, served with a sauce or as an element of other dishes • Etymology: < G Spӓtzle, dim. of Spatz… …   From formal English to slang

  • spaetzle — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Spätzle — Home made knöpfle type spätzle Commercial thin spätzle …   Wikipedia

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