Gnocchi and Garganelli Board - Italian Beechwood - Alla Cucina
What's the difference between Garganelli and Gnocchi? A traditional Italian board is used to shape the dough (Garganelli) or potato dough (Gnocchi) into small dumplings.
Our Italian Beechwood Gnocchi and Garganelli Board is made from solid beechwood. Ridges help seal and shape pasta and add texture to hold more sauce; works nicely as a gnocchi and cavatelli maker, too. This set is made up of a ridged board and a 9in dowel.
HOW TO MAKE: For best results, working each piece separately, place a square of dough onto the board and press slightly to imprint it. Then, starting at the top of the pasta, roll it along the ridges with gentle pressure to imprint the entire circumference. Dust the Garganelli with flour to prevent them from sticking, and set aside until all dough is formed. CARE: Hand-wash only.