Sweet potato makes great gnocchi and also happens to be a wonderful source of vitamin A. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in vision and immune function. While the herbs in this recipe are entirely optional, we highly recommend them as gnocchi is a great vehicle for introducing subtle herbal flavors to your little one. This recipe is versatile, and herbs can also be used interchangeably – whatever you have on hand will likely work nicely!
- 1/2 cup Kabrita Organic Goat Milk Porridge (Multigrain)
- 1 medium size sweet potato
- 1 medium size russet potato
- 3 cloves of garlic
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp pepper
- 1-2 sage leaves chopped
- 1-2 tbsp of chopped parsley
- 1 sprig of rosemary and/ or sage (optional)
- 2-3 tbsp olive oil
- 2-3 tbsp of flour
- Preheat oven to 400 F.
- Wrap the potatoes and garlic cloves in aluminum foil and bake for 35 minutes until cooked and soft.
- Once the potatoes and garlic are baked, scoop the flesh from the potatoes, discarding the skin and squeeze out the garlic from its casing.
- Combine the potato and garlic mixture in a bowl and add in Kabrita Goat Milk Porridge, salt, pepper and diced herbs.
- Mix together with a fork until combined.
- Turn dough out onto a floured surface, kneed gently until smooth.
- Cut dough into quarters and roll each quarter of dough out on a floured surface into 3/4 inch ropes.
- Cut rope on an angle into 1-inch gnocchi.
- Place a non-stick fry pan on medium heat, add 2 tbsp of olive oil and sprigs of rosemary & sage (whole as you’ll remove them later). Add in the gnocchi and allow to cook for 2-3 minutes, gently rotating so that the gnocchi are lightly seared. Serve and enjoy!
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