Luxembourgish students share traditional dish at Farmers Market


Photo by Regis Rugerinyange

Miami student and Luxembourg native Claudia Zaunz demonstrates how to cook Kniddelen last spring at the Taste of Luxembourg, at Oxford Farmers Market.

Luxembourgish students at Miami (LUAM) will demonstrate how to make traditional Luxembourgish dumplings called Kniddelen from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Sept. 4, at Oxford Farmers Market in uptown Oxford.

Kniddelen, traditional Luxembourgish dumplings, are featured at “A Taste of Luxembourg,” at Oxford Farmers Market, 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Sept. 4, in uptown Oxford. Photo provided by LUAM

LUAM members and market chef Steve Townsend will cook free food for the community to enjoy “a fun, safe cultural experience,” according to the LUAM Facebook page. The dumplings will be served in a traditional bacon sauce or a vegetable sauce for vegetarians.

Traditional Kniddelen are made from flour, eggs and milk. The batter is dropped into boiling water to cook.