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Cook and mash potatoes, add flour and mix to make a dough. Knead, roll into a sausage shape, cut into small pieces and boil.
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These How-to videos are from Jessica Seinfeld's newest cookbook: The Can't Cook Book: 100+ Recipes for the Absolutely Terrified.