Waaaay too involved to be practical.
The recipe for these butternut squash dumplings was recommended to me by my cooking idols Tom & Mykal. you can find it on Foodtv.com. What was awesome about this recipe was that I had never made dumplings before. And these were served in a brown sage type sauce, which sounded not only intriguing but also delicious.
There were two stages of cooking. After the complicated process of mashing and rolling the squash and potato, the dumplings were boiled. After that, they were fried in butter and sage. This took an exceptional amount of time. Were they tasty? yes, but not quite as tasty as I had expected. most of the taste seemed to come from the butter and sage that I added at the end. And it took a really long time.
Was it worth it? As a learning experience maybe, as a dinner option no.
mike d’s rockclimbing food ratings:
Difficulty: 5.11c slab. way technical and the rock is a bit chossy.