Delicious gnocchi made of sweet potatoes, also called kumara. Serve with butter or cream sauce for a beautiful dinner.
Made this for 6 people with regular potato gnocchi also and served them together. Everyone liked it so I will make it again. - 16 Jan 2017
A suggestion for those cooks having trouble rolling and cutting the dough: Try putting the dough in a floured pastery bag (or a Ziplock with a corner cut out will do) and squeezing it out like toothpaste. Then slice off bits with a sharp knife to make appropriate-sized dumplings. You can squeeze them right into the pot of boiling water! - 27 Jul 2006 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I gave this recipe 3-stars before, because my attempt came out very soggy and not very appetising. However, I have since played with the recipe a bit, getting a better idea of "soft dough" (it should stick to your hands, but stick to itself more...if that makes sense) and now I LOVE this recipe. Worth the effort - filling, tasty, and great with blue cheese or alfredo sauce. - 30 Nov 2005 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)