Bread dumplings (houskový knedlík) are very important for the Bohemian
Identity. The recipe is easy:
2 small bread rolls, 1 lb.av. wheat flour, baking powder (about 9 dr.av.), 1 egg, salt, 2 american
gills milk, some butter or margarine for roasting.
Cut the bread rolls to small pieces and roast them a bit. Pass the flour and the baking powder
through a sieve into a bowl, mix them well this way. Add the remaining ingredients step by step and
knead them to a homogeneous dough. Add the roasted bread rolls and knead the dough again. Make two
rolls of the dough. Put them in boiling salty water and cook them for 20 minutes. You have to turn
the rolls after about 10 minutes. Than take them out and cut them with a yarn into slices.
I translated this from a german page of Radio
(It tastes much better, if you take some time and prepare a true yeast dough.)