Pan Fried Gnocchi
Prep Time: 45 mins to prepare at camp.
Serves : 1
Packed weight: 145g (does not include cheese or olive oil)
- 2 tsp powdered milk
- 1/2 tbsp. butter
- 1/3 cup deb potato (instant potato flakes)
- 3/4 tbsp. powdered egg
- 35g plain flour (just under 1/4 cup)
- 1 handful (about 20g) dehydrated veggies (e.g. pumpkin, capsicum, mushroom, onion)
- 1 tsp dried oregano
- 1/2 tsp dried garlic
- Pinch of salt
- Parmesan cheese, grated
- Olive oil for frying
Pre Prep at Home
- Pack milk, butter, deb potato separately.
- Pack powdered egg and flour together.
- Pack veggies, oregano and garlic together.
- Pack other ingredients separately.
What To Do At Camp
- Rehydrate veggies in bag and set aside.
- Make up powdered milk to 1/4 cup milk.
- Boil milk and butter over low heat.
- Add potato flakes while stirring (the result should be a very dry potato mixture that has a crumbly texture). Set aside to cool.
- Once the potato mixture is cool enough to touch, combine the flour/powdered eggs and potatoes.
- Knead until the dough comes together.
- Pull small sections of dough off and roll in hands into gnocchi sized balls.
- Boil 2 cups of water and salt to taste.
- Add gnocchi to the boiling water, and cover with the lid.
- Cook for 2 mins with lid on and gnocchi will rise to the top and be cooked.
- Skim them off the top of the water and then fry in frypan with other ingredients.
- Serve sprinkled with grated Parmesan cheese.
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