Add the mashed potato powder into a bowl, and mix in the boiling water. If you use the kind I usually get (from Costo), it should already be seasoned, so you won't need to add any seasonings.
Add the flour, and mix well.
Roll into a ball.
Form into 2 cm diameter balls, and flatten with a fork. When you press down the top and bottom surfaces with the fork, they absorb the sauce more easily, so I recommend doing it.
Boil water in a pot and cook the the flattened balls from Step 4 for about 3 minutes until they start to float.
Serve on a plate, and done.
I mixed them with tuna tomato sauce this time.
It's also delicious to add wiener sausages and broccoli, and serve with cream sauce.
Story Behind this Recipe
I had a plenty of mashed potato flakes, so I tried making gnocchi with it.
Since the powder is already seasoned, you don't need to add any seasonings to the gnocchi. Please make sure to mix it with boiling water If you substitute 1/2 of the boiling water with milk, the gnocchi will have a milder taste.