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Eppicotispai Gnocchi Board

This traditional Italian board with mini rolling pin makes it easy to create beautiful homemade gnocchi and garganelli, a rolled pasta similar to penne. Natural beechwood. Hand wash. 8" x 3¾". Made in Italy.Read More

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This traditional Italian board with mini rolling pin makes it easy to create beautiful homemade gnocchi and garganelli, a rolled pasta similar to penne. Natural beechwood. Hand wash. 8" x 3¾". Made in Italy.

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  • Manufacturer: Eppicotispai
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 8" x 3¾"
  • Material: Natural beechwood
BENEFITS:
  • Traditional Italian board lets you make beautiful, authentic gnocchi at home
  • Includes mini rolling pin for creating garganelli, a rolled pasta similar to penne
  • Natural beechwood
  • Made in Italy
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LOVE to make homemade gnocchi!!
Kim G on Jan 22, 2016
curious to try it
Nadine J on Nov 30, 2015
Looks like what we used in a cooking class we took while on vacation in Italy.
Timmy R on Dec 6, 2015
used in Italy and a must have
Doug C on Nov 28, 2015
directions to use the gnocchi board.None were included with item?
A shopper on Sep 21, 2015
Best Answer: The ridges help to retain the pasta sauce when it is served over the pasta.
When used for making gnocchi, the paddle is most often used to make potato gnocchi, a variety of gnocchi that uses flour and potato dough that is formed by rolling the dough into long lengths of round strands. It is then sliced into 1" pieces and shaped into rounded dumplings by rolling the board over the 1" pieces, creating ridges as the dumplings are formed.
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