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From the Gerzkopf into the pan – home-made Salzburg blueberry gnocchi!
recipe blueberry gnocchi
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From the Gerzkopf into the pan – home-made Salzburg blueberry gnocchi!

Do you know that feeling too? When I’ve spent the whole day in the office, in the evening I just have to get outdoors in the fresh air. Simply to switch off and clear my head.

After work one day last week, I headed up the Gerzkopf mountain in Eben with my colleague Angi. On the way to the peak we came across lots of blueberry (or bilberry) bushes.

home-made Salzburg blueberry gnocchi!

Lucky then, that quite by chance we had an empty lunch box with us and it was too hot to hike anyway – what else could we do, other than get our fingers dirty picking blueberries. And as I know just how to prepare a treat for my loved ones – there was blueberry gnocchi at home afterwards for the whole family.

home-made Salzburg blueberry gnocchi!
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Prep Time 5 Minuten
Cook Time 20 Minuten
Servings
Personen
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 Minuten
Cook Time 20 Minuten
Servings
Personen
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Für die Schwarzbeernockerl die Beeren säubern, waschen und leicht mit der Gabel zerdrücken.
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  2. Mehl, Ei und Milch unterrühren und zu einem eher festen Teig verarbeiten.
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  3. Butter in einer Pfanne erhitzen.
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  4. Mit einem Esslöffel den Teig zu Nockerln formen und in die Pfanne geben.
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  5. Die Nockerln etwa 4-5 Minuten anbacken, danach wenden und fertig braten lassen.
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  6. Zum Schluss noch mit Staubzucker bestreuen, servieren und natürlich – mhhh, probieren!
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Conclusion: “pick your own” berries taste best!

On that note – feel free to try out this recipe for yourself: enjoy! 😊

Photo credits: Stephanie Rettenegger


Born and bred in Salzburg, mountains, traditional customs, culinary specialities have accompanied me my whole life. The older I get and the more cultures and landscapes of other countries I get to know, the more I realise, how beautiful it really is here. That's why I particularly enjoy sharing these special characteristics of my home with you in the blogHuette.

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