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Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage and Garlic Sauce


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Ingredients

6 portion(s)

Gnocchi Dough

  • 600 grams sweet potato
  • 1 litre Boiling water
  • 30 grams Parmesan cheese, Grated
  • 3 egg yolks
  • salt & pepper, to taste
  • 400 grams plain flour

Sauce

  • 1 punnet cherry tomatoes
  • 30 grams olive oil
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 4 spring onions
  • 250ml Philly Cream for Cooking
  • 1/2 tablespoon TM Veg Stock Concentrate
  • 150 grams water
  • 2 tablespoons Sage, chopped

Garnish

  • 3 tablespoons pine nuts, Toasted
  • sage leaves
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Recipe's preparation

    Gnocchi Dough
  1. 1. Peel and chop sweet potato into 1-2cm cubes. (The smaller the pieces, the quicker they will steam). Add sweet potato to Varoma tray, and water to Closed lid. Steam - Varoma temp, speed 2/15 minutes.

    2. Empty water from Closed lid. Allow sweet potato to cool slightly before adding to Closed lid. Mix speed 5/10 seconds, scrape down sides and repeat.

    3. Add parmesan, yolks and seasonings and mix speed 5/10 seconds.

    4. Add flour and knead - Dough mode 2 minutes. Note - if the dough is too sticky, add more flour and knead for 30 seconds more each time until it is a manangeable texture.

    5. Turn out on a floured surface and divide into 4 portions. Roll each portion into a rope and cut into equal pieces. Shape each into a round and press with the back of a fork. Set aside.

  2. Sauce
  3. 1. Place tomatoes on a baking tray, sprinkle with salt and drizzle with oil, and bake for 10 minutes at 180deg. Keep warm.

    2. Add oil, garlic and spring onion to Closed lid and chop - speed 7/4 seconds. Then saute - Varoma temp, speed 1/3 minutes.

    3. Add cream, stock, water and sage and cook - 100 deg, speed 2/5 minutes.

    4. Add tomatoes. If they are still baking just add them later.

  4. Cooking Gnocchi
  5. 1. Bring a large pot of salted water to the boil and add gnocchi, removing with a slotted spoon when they float to the surface.

  6. Combining Gnocchi & Sauce
  7. 1. Add cooked gnocchi to Closed lid and cook - Counter-clockwise operation 100 degrees, Gentle stir setting 2 minutes.

    2. Spoon into serving bowls and garnish with pine nuts and extra sage.

    3. Serve immediately.

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Tip

Grate your parmesan cheese first, when your bowl is dry and clean.

You can put sweet potato on both trays of the Varoma if you wish.


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  • Just made it - delicious! I couldn't find...

    Submitted by MissyPerth on 18. July 2017 - 21:15.

    Just made it - delicious! I couldn't find Philadelphia Cooking Cream so I used a normal block of Philly cheese. Taste was fabulous - it looked a bit 'split'.

    Also, I made so many gnocchi that there were several layers on my prep plate and they all stuck together. So I'll use more flour on the outside of the gnocchi when I roll and cut, if they need to sit for a bit before cooking (probably best to cook straight away).
    Yum!

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  • Yum! The flavours were amazing. Tomatoes were...

    Submitted by _23.36.J.Pope_ on 1. July 2017 - 17:31.

    Yum! The flavours were amazing. Tomatoes were delicious bursts of flavour along with the pine nuts. If you haven't made the sauce I recommend you do. You will not regret it! Might even have to make the sauce in bulk and freeze it for other pasta dishes 🤤

    I found my gnocchi to be not as soft as i hoped it would be but that was my first attempt ever at gnocchi.

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  • Delicious Have used the gnocchi recipe a couple of...

    Submitted by McNissa on 31. May 2017 - 20:03.

    Delicious! Have used the gnocchi recipe a couple of times but tonight made the sauce too. Yummo! I used 1/2tbs ground sage as I didn't have any leaves and 200ml regular cream with 250ml of water. We all licked the bowls 😋

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  • First time making gnocchi and it was a success in...

    Submitted by McNissa on 25. April 2017 - 19:30.

    First time making gnocchi and it was a success in taste if not looks! Thanks.

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  • Great recipe thanks!

    Submitted by Viking Girl on 24. March 2017 - 16:37.

    Great recipe thanks!

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  • Whoo hoo!!  Thank you.  

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 23. July 2016 - 15:44.

    Whoo hoo!!  Thank you.  

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  • wow what a mess lol.... DS

    Submitted by felburgess on 4. July 2016 - 14:58.

    wow what a mess lol.... DS loved helping me

    Felicity

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  • I added prawns to the sauce.

    Submitted by ThermoStef123 on 3. July 2016 - 14:37.

    I added prawns to the sauce. This worked well. I used the butterfly attachment and cooked the prawns until they turned pinky/reddish. 

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  • Gnocchi was a success - first

    Submitted by ErinLeFeuvre on 20. April 2016 - 21:17.

    Gnocchi was a success - first time making it and quite happy. Didn't make the sauce but will next time.

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  • Absolutely amazing!

    Submitted by Simone95 on 11. March 2016 - 09:45.

    Absolutely amazing! Definitely recommend. Probably my favourite thermomix meal so fr and that's saying something

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  • Complete winner this one..

    Submitted by tissyj on 17. May 2015 - 15:20.

    Complete winner this one.. Will be making this all the time.. soo yummy. Love ur work Krissy x 

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  • Very nice! I enjoyed the

    Submitted by TLR87 on 31. December 2014 - 16:58.

    Very nice! I enjoyed the sweet potato twist and found the gnocchi to be a good texture. I doubled the Parmesan as I thought it would add a little flavour. I think baking the potato would lessen the water content and reduce the need for addittional flour. This might make it lighter. All in all I was quite impressed though. 

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  • Delicious! Light fluffy

    Submitted by MG2096 on 27. December 2014 - 19:43.

    Delicious! Light fluffy gnocchi - something I didn't think I would be able to do. I altered the recipe slightly - only 2 egg yolks and half the amount of flour. It worked really well.  I also served it with a different sauce, preferred by the family.

    I've frozen the leftover uncooked gnocchi, and plan to have it with a burnt butter sage and walnut sauce.

    Thanks for the recipe Krissy - it's a keeper!

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  • I loved it, even the kids had

    Submitted by ThermoFan1 on 19. November 2014 - 14:18.

    I loved it, even the kids had seconds. I am going to add a variation to the sauce with  white wine and pour it over some steamed chicken to serve at a dinner party. Thanks

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  • Nice and easy to follow. The

    Submitted by Laraco on 5. November 2014 - 14:24.

    Nice and easy to follow. The gnocchi was not as soft as I would have liked it and lacked some flavour. Sauce was nice. Wold like to try again and tweak the gnocchi a bit. 

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  • I think I stuffed up the

    Submitted by d_nire on 29. October 2014 - 19:27.

    I think I stuffed up the sauce originally. I used the entire spring onion but I think it is only meant to be the white part as the onion flavour was very strong. I panicked thinking the kids wouldn't eat it so I passed the sauce through a strainer to remove all the onion and garlic then put it back in the TM with some extra cream, this softened the flavour and also toned down the bright green colour of the sauce. I also roasted a few extra tomatoes. I didn't have any Philly cream so I used normal cream which may account for the difference in flavour too. 

    Will definitely try this again using only the white of the spring onion or perhaps only 2 spring onions. My first attempt at gnocchi so dispute the sauce issue I'm proud of the result. Thanks for the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • this was my first time making

    Submitted by sarahrowe on 21. August 2014 - 20:12.

    this was my first time making gnocchi so not exactly sure how it is supposed to be, but i found it very doughy and flavourless tmrc_emoticons.( the sauce was nice, but i couldnt eat alot of it, very strong. was not worth the time or mess it made it my kitchen..

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  • This was amazing! Will

    Submitted by Theolover on 7. July 2014 - 18:19.

    This was amazing! Will definitely make again. Thanks!

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