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Flädle is a southern German dish from the region of Schwaben, made from salty pancakes. In Austria Flädle are called Frittaten.

The Flädle are made as plain crepe-style pancakes (Palatschinken), then tightly rolled up and sliced into coils, and then usually served in a clear soup or beef broth as Flädlessuppe.

External links

  • Flädle Recipe
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