Polish gnocchi [vegan]

You need only 3 ingredients: potatoes, flour and salt, to make these delicious Polish gnocchi.

Positive: Easy. Yummy.

Negative: They are a few steps, although very easy, it requires some time to make them.

Ingredients for 2-3:

  • 4 potatoes (500 g)
  • 140 g flour

In your pantry:

  • oil or butter
  • salt


Peel and cut potatoes into slices (so they cook faster!). Place them in salted boiling water and cook until tender.

Drain and allow to cool down.

Put potatoes into a large bowl and mash until smooth (I did it with a fork).

Combine flour with mashed potatoes using your hand, until soft ( it shouldn’t be sticky anymore).

Using a board sprinkled with extra flour, start rolling your dough into a big cylinder then cut into 4-5 equal parts.

Roll then each piece into a new cylinder. Flatten them with the palm of your hand, so you obtain like a “flatten baguette”, and cut diagonally your gnocchi (about 1 cm large).

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Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil, drop a few gnocchi at a time, they will rise to the top when cooked. You will then take them out with a slotted spoon and drain them. Repeat until all your gnocchi are cooked. Rinse them immediately with cold water so they don’t stick to each other!

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Now heat some butter/oil in a large skillet and cook your polish gnocchi a few minutes until slightly golden.

Serve immediately with parmesan cheese, oregano and black pepper.

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My advice:Β I’ve never made gnocchi before but this recipe is so simple I had to try it, and the result is sooo good… You can eat them in many ways, sauces, different shapes but sometimes the easiest is the best.

Tips for baby: if you cook them only with a tinyΒ bit of oil (or just boiled, even better), you can even offer them to baby who will enjoy the soft but chewy texture like my Lobster, 7 months, did (of course you must judge the consistency before giving it to baby).


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