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Fante's Cousin Liana's Italian Gnocchi Board, Beechwood, 8-Inches
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- Fantes Cousin Liana’s Gnocchi Board easily forms pasta dough into authentic Italian gnocchi
- Made in Italy from natural beechwood; easy-grip handle maintains the perfect angle and keeps board steady for easier use
- Ridges help shape pasta and add texture which will hold more sauce; works nicely as a cavatelli maker, too
- Forms a more consistent shape than using a fork; won’t flatten delicate dough; same size pieces cook more evenly and make more attractive presentation
- Easy to use and clean; wipe with a dry cloth or brush
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 8 x 0.5 in||1 x 8 x 4 in||1.06 x 8.25 x 3.75 in||3.54 x 8.19 x 0.79 in||2.5 x 4.25 x 2.5 in||4 x 5.25 x 9.5 in|
Fantes Cousin Liana’s Gnocchi Board is perfect for making authentic gnocchi pasta. Gnocchi, literally meaning ‘lump,’ is a light and plump Italian dumpling made from a potato and semolina dough. Nothing tastes better than homemade pasta and learning how to make gnocchi couldn’t be easier. Cousin Liana’s rustic pasta maker brings old world charm and function to contemporary kitchen tools. Special ridges on the board form a more consistent shape than would using a fork, and add the traditional texture that holds more sauce without flattening the delicate dough. Similarly sized gnocchi cook more evenly and allow for a more attractive presentation. The easy-grip handle helps achieve, and maintain, the perfect angle and keeps it steady during use. Simple to use. Prepare dough according to the desired gnocchi recipe. Roll dough into long ropes, ¾-inch in diameter, then cut into individual squares, ¾-inch long. For best results, working each piece separately, place a square of dough onto the Gnocchi Board and press slightly to imprint it. Then, starting at the top of the pasta, roll it along the ridges with a gentle pressure to imprint the entire circumference. Dust the gnocchi with flour to prevent them from sticking and set aside until all dough is formed. Cousin Liana’s Gnocchi Board works nicely as a cavatelli maker, too! Made in Italy from all-natural beechwood. Easy to use and clean. Wipe with a dry cloth or brush before first use, and after every use.
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Update: I had contacted the manufacturer with my problem. They were helpful and told me to return it through Amazon. Pain-free process. Hopefully, my purchase was a dud and it didn't happen to anyone else.
Unfortunately, no matter what we do, the cavatelli are coming out a bit tough; hopefully a bit more experimentation will yield some that are a bit more tender. So far, a medium-firm dough seems to work the best- too firm and they don't curl over nicely; too soft and they don't separate completely and end up sticking together and getting clumpy.
Coating your dough snake in semolina seems to help the cavatelli drop off when they're made. We have had a few stick to the rotating metal bits if we don't coat the dough in semolina, and if they go all the way around they can gum up the rollers a bit, but they're pretty easy to peel back out.
Anyway; this cavatelli maker works far better than the CucinaPro did, and we will definitely be keeping it! Once we got the dough and the rhythm down, we've had a blast using it, and it's actually way faster than rolling out and cutting pasta dough, so it's a great way to have homemade pasta on a weeknight when we don't have as much time to cook.
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Not a very good product. Low quality.
Italian name, but not Italian craftsmanship, obviously made in China