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Place of originGermany
Region or stateSchwaben

Flädle is a southern German dish from the region of Schwaben, derived from savory pancakes.[1] In Austria a similar dish to Flädle is called Frittaten; the word frittaten is derived from the Italian frittata ("frying"). Frittaten are thicker than Flädle. In other parts of Germany, it is known as Eierkuchensuppe, derived from the regional name for Eierkuchen.

The Flädle are made as plain crepe-style pancakes (Palatschinken), then tightly rolled up and sliced into coils, and then usually served in a clear soup or beef broth as Flädlessuppe.

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  1. ^ Flädle | Suppen und Eintöpfe, schmeck-den-sueden.de, Retrieved March 23, 2017

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