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Gnocchi is a form of dumpling in Italian cuisine – essentially small lumps of dough, made by combining wheat flour with egg, salt and potato. Gnocchi is usually cooked in salted boiling water, then tossed with sauces and accompaniments, such as melted butter and fried sage or pesto. In Italy, gnocchi is commonly served as a first course (primo piatto), an alternative to soup or pasta, or as a side dish to a main course. You can find gnocchi in stores, either refrigerated, dried or frozen, though it can also be homemade.
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A clever way to transform shop-bought gnocchi: a simple, homemade tomato sauce is the base for this cheesy, kale-packed midweek dinner, topped with nutty parmesan.
This flavour-packed gnocchi dish with cheesy sauce and charred purple sprouting broccoli is a simple and comforting meal. It looks impressive, too – no one will guess it only took 30 minutes to make.
Combine ready-made gnocchi with spinach and hot smoked salmon to make this filling dinner – perfect for a fuss-free main at your next get-together.
Grill this warming gnocchi until bubbling and golden for a quick midweek meal that's ready in 20 minutes.
Gnocchi is baked in the oven with vibrant vegetables to make this hearty and healthy vegetarian dish. The gnocchi and hazelnut pesto make a heavenly pair.