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kneidel

(ˈkneɪdəl; ˈknaɪ-)
n
(Judaism) (in Jewish cookery) a small dumpling, usually served in chicken soup
[from Yiddish]
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Today, matzah balls are served at nearly every American diner and Passover table, and kreplach can be found in the freezers of kosher groceries, but other Jewish dumplings have all but disappeared.
A coil-bound, hard-cover, 128 page, profusely illustrated collection of more than 80 wonderfully 'kitchen cook friendly' recipes, the dishes comprising "Get Cooking: A Jewish American Family Cookbook" range from Shabbat Winter Stew; Pomegranate Barbecue Chicken; Pizza Fondue; and Lamb Kufte Kebabs; to Garlic-Chive Matzah Balls; Southwestern Pulled Brisket Sukko-Tacos; Mini Sweet Potato Knishes; and Super 3-Bean Chili Bowl.
"This may be the only place where matzah balls with gravy is served as a side dish."