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Help please! Cropletzlach? Anything sound familiar?

smilingal | Oct 12, 201106:53 PM     28

My grandmother, Hungarian, used to make a noodles and cabbage dish - yes, like bubble and squeak, and yes like Haluski(a)........but someone out there must have called it something similar to Cropletzlach??? I have no idea how it is spelled - I am doing it phonetically.

I just finished steaming and sauteeing the remnants of 3 heads of cabbage which I had used for stuffed cabbage last week and am feeling challenged to find some info about the name as I knew it.
I have googled etc. to no avail.

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