adapted from smitten kitchen! love her :) These fritters keep well, either chilled in the fridge for the better part of a week and or frozen in a well-sealed package for months. When you’re ready to use them, simply spread them out on a tray in a 325 degree oven until they’re hot and crisp again.
from Broke Ass Gourmet. She says "If you have never made dumplings before, this is a good recipe to start with. The sweet potato mixture is incredibly easy to work with, the ingredients are straightforward (but complex-tasting, once they all come together), and the rolling, while tricky at first, is easy to master."
This sauce is really savory and different. It was originally from 101 cookbooks, where she suggested serving it over toasted gnocchi. However, I think it would be wonderful over fish and in an omelet as well (or wherever else you can think to put it!).
I missed this bread pudding so much when I left college - famous in my dining hall. Scripps just posted the recipe much to my delight! So good my college friends actually request this for their birthday. I especially love this with challah