Salzburger Nockerl is a typical sweet souffle the city of Salzburg, Austria, is famous for.

The sweet dumplings are made of egg yolk, flour, sugar, salt, vanilla, and milk mixed into a thin dough. Then egg white is whisked until it is stiff and mixed carefully with the dough and some raisins. Afterwards dumplings are formed and baked on low heat in an oven. Salzburger Nockerl are always freshly prepared and served warm with powdered sugar as a dessert.

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