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Create a delicious dish that the whole family will love
Some things are just better when they’re made from scratch, not to mention making something with your own two hands provides such satisfaction. When you cook from scratch, you will know exactly what ingredients went into your meals, and it gives you flexibility to adjust your recipe for any dietary or taste preferences.
I started making gnocchi about a year and a half ago. It’s a great Sunday afternoon activity as it’s a bit of work, but so worth it. Sure, you can find gnocchi on a store shelf in a sealed plastic package, but it’s gummy and just doesn’t satisfy the itch for the real thing.
When you make gnocchi from scratch, you can roll them in bulk and freeze them so you enjoy some fresh ones for dinner on the day you make them. Then, the next time you want some, just pull the bag out of the freezer and toss them by handfuls into a pot of boiling water. Gnocchi soaks up sauce well, be it pesto, Alfredo—or my mom even says she makes them into a mac and cheese. Um, yum!
Makes about 60 gnocchi (depending on the size you make them)