Kluski Lane Polish Drop Noodles Recipe

Polish drop noodles, kluski lane (cloo-skhi lah-neh) are one of the most popular add-ons to rosół, Polish chicken soup. It literally takes 5 minutes to have them done. They are pretty similar to kluski kładzione, however, they are smaller and thinner. You make them directly by throwing them into the hot broth.

It’s a great alternative to pasta. In Poland, Polish drop noodles are usually made for kids. They love to have them with rosół.

Tips For Making Polish Drop Noodles

Remember The Proportions.

1 tablespoon of flour + 1 egg for 4 cups of broth or soup.

It’s really simple. This portion is for 2 adults.

Choose How Big Drop Noodles You Want.

The faster you swirl over the entire surface of the soup, the smaller your kluski lane will be. The other rule is that the slower you pour the mixture into the soup, the thinner your drop noodles will be. See how I make them on the video below.

 

The Soup Needs To Be Really Hot.

If you are making kluski lane with rosol, don’t bring the soup to boil because it will become blurry.

It’s should be almost boiling hot.

You Can Make Your Drop Noodles Separately.

To make it simpler and quicker, I am always making kluski lane by dropping them directly to the broth.

You can, however, cook them separately by throwing them into the salty boiling hot water, then taking them out with the slotted spoon.

Serve Them With Soup Or Stew.

Polish drop noodles taste best with rosol or any other Polish dishes like:

Store It In The Fridge Or Freezer.

You can keep your kluski lane in the fridge for up to 3 days or in the freezer for up to 3 months.

Kluski Lane Polish Drop Noodles Recipe

Kluski Lane Polish Drop Noodles Recipe

Kluski Lane Polish Drop Noodles Recipe
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 4 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp of flour
  • 1 egg
  • 4 cups of broth/soup

Instructions

  1. Mix flour and egg using a fork or whisk until the consistency is smooth and there are no lumps.
  2. Bring the soup or water to almost boiling.
  3. Start pouring the mixture into the soup, making swirls over the entire surface of the soup. The slower you pour, the thinner your drop noodles will be.
  4. Let your kluski lane cook for another 1 minute, then they are ready to eat.

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