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A question about a recipe: Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage and Walnuts

Swpgpan

I have a question about the recipe "Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage and Walnuts" from WeLikeToCook. How far ahead can I make the gnocchi? Also, will it get tough if I overmix?

asked by AnnaVanLenten over 1 year ago
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yes it will get tough... You can make gnocchi ahead and freeze it and take it out wihen you want to cook it.

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Thank you--so--any cook's tips for what is the max amount of time to mix the sweet potato with flour and egg and not have it get tough? Or any cook's tips about what to look for in consistency so that it stays tender?

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Lindsay-Jean is a Contributing Writer & Editor at Food52.

added over 1 year ago

Heidi Swanson at 101Cookbooks has a good post that walks you through making gnocchi: http://www.101cookbooks... (It's not a sweet potato version, but you still might find a helpful tip or two.)