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Plum Dumplings

Szilvásgombóc, Hungarian dumpling with plum filling

Plum dumplings (in Hungarian: Szilvásgombóc) is a Central and East European dish. The plum dumplings can be eaten as dessert, as a main dish or side dish. The dough is made with mashed potatoes. Some recipes use eggs in the dough, some flour. The dough is flattened out and cut into squares. The plums are inserted inside the dumplings by hand.[1] Some versions of the dish use noodles instead of potatoes.[2]

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External links

  • Cookbook:Silvash Gombotz at Wikibooks
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