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Eppicotispai EP-89 Garganelli and Gnocchi Stripper with Paddle, Natural Beechwood, Brown
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- Made of Beechwood
- Wooden paddle is the perfect item to curl your garganelli
- Wooden ridges provides traditional look to both your gnocchi and garganelli
- Made in Italy
- Imported by Tomson Casa
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|Item Dimensions||1.06 x 8.25 x 3.75 in||3.54 x 8.19 x 0.79 in||4 x 8 x 0.5 in||1 x 8 x 4 in||8.5 x 19 x 3.3 in||4 x 5.25 x 9.5 in|
Eppicotispai is an Italian company located on Lago Maggiore, North of Milan; all their products are artisan made truly Italian products following their heritage and tradition. The Eppicotispai Garganelli & Gnocchi Stripper With Paddle, Natural Beechwood, Natural Beechwood, is a useful tool for making gnocchi and garganelli. Thanks to the ridges and the paddle your pasta will not only taste good but get the perfect shape of garganelli and gnocchi, enjoy the infinite shapes of homemade pasta! Buon Appetito!. Garganelli is a type of pasta typically from the region of Emilia Romagna, it is formed by rolling and folding small diamond shapes of pasta. The appearance is similar to "Penne" and the only difference is the overlap of the two edges is clearly visible, also the Garganello dough can have a different texture to give special taste.
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UPDATE: I love this gnocchi board so much, that I have just purchased another one so I can take it on my next trip to visit family, where I plan on making fresh gnocchi from scratch. I have tried the fork method but frankly, it just does not cut it. This board is small enough for me to actually travel with it, an added bonus!
I experimented with the garganelli roller, but the gnocchi dough was just wrong: I'll come back with a more standard pasta dough and update the review when I do.
(Cauliflower gnocchi? Easy! Just grab a copy of Pasta by Hand by Jenn Louis. It doesn't actually have a recipe for cauliflower gnocchi, but by the time you've finished it you'll know exactly what to do. Serve with brown butter and a sprinkle of parmesan for a completely different take on cauliflower cheese.)
Have used the pasta board several times; and am very pleased....Great product,
It is worth mentioning that for best results, chill the pasta dough overnight before forming shapes with the board.