- Aug 10, 2019
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This German lentil stew recipe is often referred to as Linsen, Spaetzle Saiten. This is a classic recipe from Swabia. Not only can you find Lentil Stew, Spaetzle, and Saiten on many menus in southwest Germany, but it is also easy to make at home.
You can buy Spaetzle in many grocery stores nowadays but be sure to make the flour-thickened lentil stew flavored with vinegar yourself.
Spaetzle is little drop noodles made with eggs and flour.
Saiten, also known as Wiener Würstchen or Frankfurter Würstel is a finely ground, thin Brühwurst or sausage which is cooked in broth or water right after it is stuffed. It can be pork, a pork and beef mixture or just beef (like kosher hot dogs). It contains spices, nitrates, and salt as well. You can also choose hot dogs or knackwurst to complete this meal.
Lentil Stew With Spaetzle and Sausage
Lentils, Spaetzle and Saiten is a classic German recipe. It's an easy recipe and, in a pinch, you can buy the Spaetzle instead of making your own.