First thing, (and this is very important) drink a few of these.
When you feel suitably relaxed then begin the dumplings.
Start by taking a coffee mug and filling it half way with milk. Warm the milk till it is about 98 degrees. Then add a table spoon or two of bread yeast, (dry or otherwise) into the milk also add a pinch of sugar to feed the yeast.. Mix it well then set it aside and wait for it to start forming a head. Put the mug in a bowl it case there is over flow or blow off. This is your yeast starter, if for no other reason it proofs the yeast.
If mixing dough in a mixer Add about two cups of bread flour, or regular flour to kitchen aid mixer. Add an egg to the flour and a teaspoon or two of salt. Add a partially beaten egg to the flour and begin mixing. Add the milk and yeast to the flour and mix on low. If to dry add a little water, if too wet add a little flour. It should mix till it is like a nice workable bread dough.
If mixing by hand put the flour in a large bowl, add the salt and then make a depression in the middle of the flour add the egg to the flour inside of the depression that you made. Start mixing outward incorporating the egg and the flour. Then gradually add your milk and yeast. mix well with the finger and add flour or water as needed. It shouldn't be to sticky. T
hen kneed it over a few times on a floured surface.
Form it into tennis ball size pieces of dough formed into a slight oval. Put a little more flour out on your surface and set the dough out to rise. Cover them with a clean damp dish towel so not to dry them out.
At this point, and again this is very, very important. Drink a few more of these.
after the dough has risen. set up some sort of steamer/ I use a colander in a big pot. Put a dough ball or two in the steamer and steam for about 20 mins. Then viola you have CZ dumplings.
Then get someone else to make gulash cause at this point you will surely be to f-ed up to do it.