I made this for Thanksgiving and thought it was a nice change from the usual mashed sweet potatoes. It took about 1 3/4 c flour to get my dough to the right consistency, and with my work surface and hands well-floured, I didn't have any trouble working with it. I like my sweet potato dishes on the sweet side, so I decided to make a butter/maple/sage sauce to go on top of these (about 1/4 c butter, 2 tbls olive oil, handful of sage, 1 tsp cinnamon and 1/4 c REAL maple syrup). Melt butter with olive oil in a pan, add the sage, then immediately add the cinnamon and syrup. Toss with the gnocchi and serve promptly. You can add more syrup if you want more sweetness. Thanks for sharing!
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I made this for Thanksgiving and thought it was a nice change from the usual mashed sweet...