For the morning of my birthday my husband used left over knedliky, also known as dumplings, from the dinner my mother in law made us the night before to make breakfast. Knedlíky Vejce is just a simple breakfast dish in which we used Lone Star Eggs that are locally source along with bacon, onion, and dumplings.
It’s a Czech dish but many don’t know that a lot of the Texas population is made up of many Czech people. We even have a town that has Czech restaurants and other Czech style foods. Some of the beer is even consider to be part Czech even though it tastes pretty far from Czech beer.
I love when my husband takes the time to cook me breakfast but this was extra special! It was for my birthday. I requested he make a Czech dish for me which was this Knedlíky Vejce. The dumplings are boiled and can be found here under bread dumplings.
You simply keep the left overs and fry them with onion, bacon, and eggs. If you get caught putting ketchup on this you might get in trouble too!
I thought it would be nice to share one of my husband’s recipes here on the blog. I also thought it would be interesting to see what recipes you make with eggs? Do you buy locally sourced eggs? My husband and I always prefer to buy local if we can as the funds go right back into our local economy.
I would love to hear about your family traditional recipes like this Knedlíky Vejce. If you have one comment below with a link or the recipe! I always love trying new recipes especially if they are not the common dishes we are use to. Now for the recipe for Knedlíky Vejce.
- 3 strips of bacon; diced
- ½ white or yellow onion; diced
- 5 to 6 dumplings; cubes
- 5 eggs
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- ½ tsp salt
- ½ teaspoon pepper
- Add dumplings to the pan with a bit of olive oil. Fry for about 3 minutes on medium heat.
- Add in onion and bacon and continue to fry until the bacon is cooked and the onions are soft.
- In a bowl add eggs with salt and pepper. Whisk egg mixture. Add egg mixture in with bacon, onions, and dumplings. Cook on low heat, stirring frequently until eggs are done. Serve.