kinuflies [little dumplins]

Linda Smith


WE had these when we were children.Grew up in a poor family Mom use to make these for our lunch at that time never knew they had protien they were just good.Still use them in soups and still eat them with butter,salt,and pepper as a side dish. I also fed these to my children now their children eat them.


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30 Min
20 Min
No-Cook or Other


How to Make kinuflies [little dumplins]


  1. Bring pot of water to rolling boil.
  2. Mix eggs, flour, and water to a sticky dough.
  3. Using a knife scrape small amount of dough on knife put in boiling water they will slide off. They will float to top when done.
  4. Drain well return to pot add butter salt and pepper. Serve

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About kinuflies [little dumplins]

Course/Dish: Other Side Dishes
Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American

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