I have mixed feelings toward this recipe,but only good mixed feelings.One reviewer liked this with no egg in it.But another reviewer asked where is the egg?I have never made gnocchi before but it appears after reading several recipes that making gnocchi is relatively easy.But I will say this,I am not Italian but I love Italian food and hope to learn more Italian dishes than just the typical spaghetti and such.I am starting with gnocchi.My question is this:what exactly is gnocchi?is it mashed potatoes made into small nuggets boiled and covered with sauce,or is it riccota cheese done the same way?What is authentic gnocchi?I do like the potato version and will make that.But I also want to say,egg is used as a binder in a lot of meats and dishes.Eggs help to bind ingredients together so it won't become like porridge like a reviewer said.So I really don't understand the concept of this dish without egg in it to act as a binder to hold the potatoes together. besides that,I think this will be very good when I make it.
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I have mixed feelings toward this recipe,but only good mixed feelings.One reviewer liked this...