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    Quote Originally Posted by Milz00 View Post
    Can you please tell me how you have gnocchi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Can you please tell me how you have gnocchi
    375g ricotta
    375 plain flour
    1 egg

    Mix all ingredients together to make a dough.
    Roll out into a thin log the cut into cubes.
    You can then use a fork to shape them or a gnocchi board. I use the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milz00 View Post
    375g ricotta
    375 plain flour
    1 egg

    Mix all ingredients together to make a dough.
    Roll out into a thin log the cut into cubes.
    You can then use a fork to shape them or a gnocchi board. I use the board.
    Yum sounds good. I know this is probably a dumb question but is this recipe safe when pregnant? If the ricotta is cooked does that make it okay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Possie7 View Post
    Yum sounds good. I know this is probably a dumb question but is this recipe safe when pregnant? If the ricotta is cooked does that make it okay?
    not sure tbh. u can swap the ricotta to potatoes instead ( boil, then mash). I wouldn't risk it.

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    Smashed avocado and feta , tomato and basil bruschetta on toasted sour dough
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milz00 View Post
    375g ricotta
    375 plain flour
    1 egg

    Mix all ingredients together to make a dough.
    Roll out into a thin log the cut into cubes.
    You can then use a fork to shape them or a gnocchi board. I use the board.
    Yum going to try this tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milz00 View Post
    375g ricotta
    375 plain flour
    1 egg

    Mix all ingredients together to make a dough.
    Roll out into a thin log the cut into cubes.
    You can then use a fork to shape them or a gnocchi board. I use the board.
    Ricotta instead of potato? Interesting....and it boils all the same? Very nice.....thank you for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Ricotta instead of potato? Interesting....and it boils all the same? Very nice.....thank you for that.
    yeah I prefer ricotta as its not as heavy as the potato. give it a go. turns out better!

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    Honey soy and garlic chicken skewers with roast potato & pumpkin and steamed peas. Pretty boring but it was tasty!

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