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Knoephla, also spelled knephla //, is a type of dumpling, commonly used in soups. The word is related to the modern German dialect word Knöpfle, meaning little knob/button. Traditional knoephla soup is a thick chicken and potato soup, almost to the point of being a stew. It is particularly common in the U.S. states of Minnesota, South Dakota, and North Dakota, where there was significant settlement of German emigrants from the Russian Empire.
- Knoephla Soup Recipe By Mike Tifft
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- The Dakota Memories Heritage Tour listing knoephla as one of the ethnic foods to be served: 
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