10 Ways to Make GnocchiAngie McGowan
Gnocchi is an amazing little Italian dumpling that I discovered all too late in life. I really wish I had been exposed to them when I was younger, because I was really missing out. They are widely available pre-packaged in supermarkets, or you can always make your own homemade ones. Since I discovered just how much I love them, I’ve been looking for more recipes that I can incorporate them in.
Here are 10 amazing ways to make gnocchi:
Baked Gnocchi with Two Cheeses and Walnuts 1 of 10This is an amazing baked gnocchi with mozzarella and Parmigiano Reggiano.
Find this recipe here at Bellalimento
Pea Gnocchi with Bacon & Mint 2 of 10This beautiful green gnocchi is the perfect recipe for spring.
Find this recipe here at Sippity Sup.
Chicken Vegetable Soup with Caraway Gnocchi 3 of 10I love that you can also incorporate gnocchi into soups.
Find this recipe here at Savoring Time in the Kitchen
Gnocchi Poutine with Short Rib Ragu and Gremolatta 4 of 10This recipe will be first on my list to make. It looks too good!
Find this recipe here at Closet Cooking
Ricotta Gnocchi with Lemon and Basil Recipe 5 of 10This is a wonderful light recipe perfect for spring and summer.
Make Ricotta Gnocchi with Lemon and Basil Recipe
Chicken and Dumplings with Gnocchi 6 of 10This dish combines my two favorite cuisines, Italian and Southern. I can't wait to try it!
Find this recipe here at Bunkycooks
Gnocchi & Bacon Gratin with Garlic Bechamel 7 of 10Bacon and Garlic? I'm there!
Find this recipe here at Laura's Latest
Spinach Ricotta Gnocchi 8 of 10This is a beautiful spinach gnocchi over a simple marinara.
Find this recipe here at Simply Recipes
Gnocchi with a Grater 9 of 10This recipe will explain exactly how to make perfect homemade gnocchi.
Find this recipe here at Smitten Kitchen
Pan-Fried Lemon Ricotta Gnocchi 10 of 10Did you know you can even fry gnocchi?
Find this recipe here at Steamy Kitchen
Photo Above: Macki West
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