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Boil cubed potatoes till fork tender
Push potatoes through ricer or do a fine mash
Sprinkle flour over potatoes and make a well and add salt and eggs
Knead dough adding more flour till dry to the touch
Portion baseball size piece of dough add plenty of flour to prevent from sticking to surface.
Roll out dough with hands till long finger width tube is made
Cut in 1inch pieces
Roll on gnocchi board ($5 on amazon) using 3 fingers putting more pressure on outside two fingers.
Keep well floured before boiling
Boil till they float to surface approx 1 min add to ice bath until ready to add to sauce
Add to desired sauce and voila. I deglazed the pan I used for my pork with white wine and then added cream, italian herbs and salt and pepper TT.
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Giulia (waiting for Mr) Darcy
10 months ago
This is a wonderful tutorial by the author. I usually let the gnocchi rise and immediately put it in an ice bath... I usually make gnocchi when I do a piccata. We like adding the gnocchi into the pan after the piccata is completed... The gnocchi absorbs deglaze very well. I personally do not fry anything. Some like fried gnocchi. Good luck! :-)
Mert, yes you can make gnocchi with a fork! I used forks for years and years before I learnt about the board. Just make sure you remember to stick your fork into a small bowl set aside just for that as you don't put the used flour back into the bag. Keep your fingers floured as well! Makes life easier for you.
If they don't ship international , can I do this with another tool ? 😊
Gnocchi board for 5 dollar on eBay , i will order this tonight , perfect recipe . Thanks
Awesome guide. Can't wait to try this!!!
Love gnocchi. So going to try this.
3lbs of cubed potatoes
1 XL egg
2 1/2 c flour plus more for rolling
1 tsp salt
Boiling water x2
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