First time making this and it was amazing! Creamy and comforting on a chilly evening. :)
Good stuff. A little bit of work but worth it.
This soup is exactly what it says it is! I was looking for something I could make with ingredients on hand and found this. Very rich, yummy and satisfying. I was worried about making dumplings from scratch but these were very good and not too difficult.
I have a favorite diner in Minot that serves knoefla as a daily soup and I never get to North Dakota any more (worked there for years) so I decided to try this recipe because I missed the soup so much. Followed the recipe to the T, and it was probably the best soup to ever come from my stove. It’s absolutely perfect. I even quadrupled the recipe to serve at my sister in laws restaurant, boy was that a job lol all those perfect little dumplings ?? I highly recommend this soup. Good for all ages and you’ll look like a rock star chef whippin this bad bear up this winter. Nice work.
When I originally read the recipe I saw that this used two separate pots, which seemed burdensome to me. I've always made my potatoes in the broth and added in the dumplings when the potatoes were almost done. Much easier than this way, but the cooking the potatoes separately in butter added a great new level to the broth. I will most likely use this technique again as the broth was fantastic. 5 star for sure. However, the dumplings were 3 star at best. They would have benefited from more egg. It makes them a little less dense. Also the dill was completely out of place. I'm not sure about the parsley because the dill was so strong. So I like this recipe, but the dumplings need help, which is ok. I also thought that there was too much pepper, and would likely cut that by close to half next time. The last thing is that the broth didn't thicken up, and it could stand a little thickener (corn starch & water) towards the end of the cook time.
Love this soup. The only thing we do differently is 1/2 the pepper amount for both amounts. We’ve made this several times now..... perfect now.
I tried this and will probably do it again we added ground sausage and forgot the dill I think next time I might try using whopping biscuits for my dumplings I will post an update on the success or failure of the biscuits
So freaking good, the pot all but got licked clean : )
very good will be making it again
A tasty soup that I’d make again. I added fresh dill to broth and dumplings- I thought it was a nice addition. I think I would use less butter next time, maybe 1/3 cup, and I think I would add another egg to the dumpling.
It’s very good. If your not a fan of a lot of pepper, I’d use less than it says, maybe half. Other than that it was wonderful!
I was lazy and had pre packed dough. Next time I will make the dough too. I also used only 1 cup water and the rest chicken broth. I only used 2 potatoes but used carrots and celery instead of the third
oh so good. really easy to make and the flavor is so good. I have made this twice and it is a hit with my family including my 4 year old.
I made no changes. I wish it would be thicker, less milky but the flavor is awesome.
I have made this recipe twice now! I am making it tonight. I have made it with both chicken and Knot Vegetable bouillon, my daughter is a Vegetarian.I am making a vegetarian version tonight.This is the best knoephla soup I have ever had and I grew up in North Dakota.I love this recipe, and whether you make it With chicken bouillon or vegetable bouillon It is absolutely delicious!