Potato Gnocchi and a Giveaway!

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I’ll get to the coffee giveaway later, but first: gnocchi! Maybe you thought that you had to have a ricer to make gnocchi, but you don’t! I know, this was a revelation for me, too; you can just grate the potatoes! No fancy equipment necessary. Homemade gnocchi, here I come…

So I really love gnocchi, but only when it’s good, because when it’s bad, it’s just gross! So I was a bit hesitant to make it myself, thinking that I wouldn’t be able to master their fluffy, pillowy goodness, and instead I’d make sticky, gummy dumplings.

Well, not only was it easy to make, but it was even better than any restaurant I’ve tried it at. See for yourself.

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homemade potato gnocchi recipe {the kosher foodies}

Potato Gnocchi

Ingredients:

  • 2 large russet potatoes (about 1 lb.)
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • about 3/4 cup flour, plus more for rolling

Directions:

  1. Heat the oven to 400 degrees and bake the potatoes for 1 hour, until soft. Let cool before peeling off the skin (it should come off easily with a pairing knife).
  2. Grate the potatoes (or use a ricer, if you have one) and put into a bowl.
  3. Mix in the egg and salt, and slowly add the flour until the dough sticks together, but is still soft and a little bit sticky.
  4. Remove the dough from the bowl and knead on the counter for just a minute, then split in half and roll into ropes.
  5. Cut the ropes into 3/4-inch pieces.
  6. Cook in boiling salted water for about 2 minutes and serve with your favorite sauce (I used a simple, homemade tomato sauce and broiled it with a bit of mozzarella cheese on top).

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  • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ Jessica

    i want gnocchi. and coffee.

  • http://www.ronniefein.com/ Ronnie Fein

    Can’t do without coffee even if I had to give up everything else. Also could go for a large plate of these gnocchi right now. I don’t make this often enough.

  • http://www.confident-cook.com/ Hindy Garfinkel

    This totally makes me in the mood of gnocchi. This looks so delicious and creamy!

  • http://www.thisamericanbite.com/ Yosef

    I’ve always wanted to try to make gnocchi…. maybe… maybe now.

    • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ steph

      gluten free gnocchi, go for it!

  • Shoshana Ohriner

    That gnocchi looks great. I used to make homemade gnocchi all the time but I haven’t in years, I should make it again!

  • mayihavethatrecipe

    Love gnocchi, I always have my sister make them for me. I have a very nice sister :-) .

    • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ steph

      haha, so do i!

  • Elizabeth

    yum! This looks amazing! I love pasta, I make a pasta I found on kimkushner.com/blog at least once a week! I cant wait to try this pasta!

  • Sarah Klinkowitz

    I’d like gnocchi now, and I drink coffee all the time!

  • LilMissCakes

    I’ve been meaning to try homemade gnocchi for some time now, thanks for the inspiration!