chezy 24 May 2007 / #1Greetings! I am new to this forum and I am looking to see if anyone has heard of a "soup" that I had at my Grandmother home as a child and would love to know what it is and how to make it. Here is what I can remember.It was a milk based soup in which she added butter and small "balls" or pieces of flour (dumpling like). Also in the pot she added salt and pepper and I think a bit of garlic and onion powder. The "soup" was cooked in a big pot and was stirred constantly and as the flour dumplings were added it thickened up. There were no other ingredients in the flour pieces and I think they were made with flour and water and maybe some butter? She would just roll out a bunch of flour and water and make pieces and toss them in the milk. I seem to remember a name and I am sounding this out here of Zi-Chill-key? I could be incorrect on the name. It was many years ago! Anyone have any idea what I am talking about? Thanks!I think maybe there were also eggs involved in making the flour pieces?Does anyone have a recipe?Thanks again!