Maultaschen – German Meat Dumpling

80g | pack of 3 | Best Before Date: 08/12/2021

(10 customer reviews)

£3.50 per pack

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If ordered today, this product will be delivered on April 13, 2021 or your chosen date at checkout

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Description

Maultaschen – The German meat dumpling. A delicious traditional German dish filled with a great blend of Pork and Veal to make the perfect dumplings.

Nutritional information

Ingredients

filling 72% (pork and veal 45%, spinach 7%, EGG), bread (WHEAT flour), BARLEY malt, yeast, rapeseed oil, malt, table salt), onions, drinking water, table salt, spices (contain MUSTARD), dextrose, wort, spice extracts, natural flavor, antioxidant: ascorbic acid, emulsifiers: mono- & diglycerides of fatty acids, stabilizer: diphosphates, pasta dough 28% (WHEAT flour, EGG, drinking water)

Allergen advice

See ingredients in BOLD for allergens. 

Nutrition

Per 100g
Energy (kJ) 857
Energy (Kcal) 201
Fat 9.5g
of which saturates 3.5g
Carbohydrate 17.0g
of which sugars  <0.7g
Protein 12.0g
Salt  1.7g

Cooking instructions & storage

Cooking times

Boil in hot water or stock for 6 minutes.

Shelf life

When goods are received, please store in freezer immediately and defrost the items before using. Once defrosted, keep the items chilled, if unopened use with 14 days. Once opened, use the products within a few days.

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Robert Chilcott (verified owner)

    These are delicious. They are slightly spicy and taste great when braised in a well known brand of beef consomme.

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  2. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Anna Wagstaff (verified owner)

    I’m a huge fan of dumplings and these do not disappoint! Braised in chicken stock and some veg (carrots and spring onion)…simple and delicious! 😀😀

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  3. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Loren Mardle (verified owner)

    This is the first time I have found Maultaschen in the UK that actually taste just like the ones I have when I stay with my German friends who make home made ones in the family butchers!! I am so happy I am now have them at home in the UK!

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  4. 5 out of 5 people found this helpful

    John Ottaway (verified owner)

    My family thoroughly enjoyed the Maultaschen. Served in a vegetable broth, sweetened with a splash of cider, and accompanied with fresh crusty bread and butter. Enjoy with red wine or a stein of your favourite tipple and you can’t go wrong. Delicious.

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  5. 17 out of 18 people found this helpful

    Joe Claassen (verified owner)

    These Maultaschen look like industrial made ones, but they definitely taste like home-made. Very good full flavour and easy to cook

    1. method: Heat them in a good broth. Traditionally in Germany it’s a beef broth and I especially love a good oxtail-broth. Top them with the sausageman crispy onions, which get very soft in the broth and release their great flavour and top it with chives

    2. method: Cut them in stripes and heat in a pan with a good amout of butter. Let them get a nice brown colour and top them with a mixture of beaten eggs with some grated cheese (I prefer Parmesan). Do it like scrambled eggs but don’t overcook the eggs, you want them still shiny. Just great!

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