German potato noodles, called Schupfnudeln in German, are made from a similar dough as Italian Gnocchi and can be used in many different ways.

You can fry them in butter and eat them with sauerkraut - or coat them in ground poppy seeds and powdered sugar to enjoy them sweet!

First, cook the potatoes in boiling water for 20-25 minutes until tender.

Let the potatoes cool for a bit. Then peel them and mash them with a potato masher.

Place the mashed potatoes in a mixing bowl. Add the flour, egg, salt, pepper, and nutmeg.

Mix everything together with your hands and form a ball of dough.

Separate the dough into two parts. Roll out one part with your hands until you have a thin roll.

Cut off small pieces of dough, then shape these into long noodles with tapered ends (with a look similar to fingers).

Bring water to a light boil. Add the potato noodles and let them sit in simmering water for around 5 minutes until they float.

Once boiled, you can either fry them in a pan with butter - or coat them in ground poppy seeds and icing sugar. Enjoy!