Gnocchi fly on national TV Rachael Ray broadcasts wacky gnocchi video by local ... - LancasterOnline
Ziegler, a product specialist with Lancaster’s WebstaurantStore , shows how to deep-fry gnocchi – little balls of potato dough – for a 2010 demonstration video he made for the restaurant supply store blog.
About a minute and a half into the video, the gnocchi start popping into the air from the fryer. Even when Ziegler takes the gnocchi out of the fryer, they fly around to the point where Ziegler has to dodge the dough whizzing by his head. Soon Ziegler starts cackling, with what has to be the world’s most infectious laugh.
As the video — which has gotten 2.5 million hits on YouTube — was broadcast this morning on Ray’s syndicated show, both Ray and New Jersey restaurateur/TV Chef Vic Rallo were giggling, too.
Ziegler joined the two on the kitchen set — the show was taped in New York back in February — and good-naturedly helped Rallo mix a batch of dough and make gnocchi the proper way (boiling water followed by browning in a saute pan).
Rallo and Ray told Ziegler that, because he was using frozen gnocchi in his video, the vapor inside may have the dough balls to leap from the fryer.
“I think you were thinking tater tots or something,” Rallo said of Ziegler’s fry attempt.
As Rallo put his boiled gnocchi in a pan to fry on the show, he told Ziegler it was “much more controlled” than in the wacky video.
“Mine were more exciting,” Ziegler countered.
Tasting Rallo’s gnocchi with Pomadoro sauce at the end of the segment, Ziegler declared it “epic.”
See Ziegler's original video below. You can also see Rallo demonstrating the proper gnocchi technique on "Rachel Ray."Source: lancasteronline.com
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