Little Hooves (Kopytka)

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Ingredients:

 

 

 

 4 large potatoes (the best are Idaho), cooked and mashed
3 1/2 to 4 cups flour
Pinch of salt
Bacon (small cubes)
1 Onion

 


Directions:

Cook and mash potatoes. Wait until they cool off then mix the potatoes with flour until you have a loose dough that does not stick to your fingers. Roll out the dough on a floured board and cut into thin noodle strips. Bring some salted water to boil and drop the noodles into it. They are ready when they float to the surface.Fry onion and pieces of bacon in a little oil and pour over Kopytka in serving dish. Serve.
 

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Comments (5)
  • chrissy  - little pillows
    little pillows
  • AP  - Egg is optional
    Egg is optional. Traditional way is "without". You do not need it to hold the dough, although kopytka will be "firmer" AFTER boiling if you add it. My family likes it that way.
  • Anonymous
    do you need an egg or 2 to hold and form a dough? Egg shown in picture but not included in recipe.
  • ghatina
    Never had it before.The dough was fabulously easy to work with. Yum!
  • Jon Taylor  - Kopytka
    Looks great
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