Out to dinner one night I had a yummy veggie gnocchi made with zucchini – it was really good – so of course I just had to make it at home for everyone else to enjoy…I added cauliflower & carrots to the mix for more flavor. Really, is there anything better than roasted carrots? Once the gnocchi is cooked, everything is combined in a lovely tomato-basil sauce…delicious!Continue reading
I make Gnocchi all kinds of ways these days…and today was no exception. Having some leftover sweet potatoes with cream cheese, I decided to turn them into gnocchi. Add bacon and you have the makings of some really great comfort food. Continue reading
Today is MEATLESS MONDAY! I love to have my homemade Gnocchi, but it has always been such a process. To have a light dough it is a sticky mess and I have always wanted to mix in cauliflower like I add it to my mashed potatoes… Well, I was reading the September issue of ‘Food & Wine’ this week and one of my favorite articles…Mad Genius Tips:… All I can say is it revolutionized my concept of Gnocchi making!!! Wow… now my mind is reeling on all the different ways I’ll be making Gnocchi in the future!!! Continue reading
Today we share the final recipe in the trio of Chef Nunzio’s Famous Gnocchi of Italy! As mentioned in previous posts, on Tuesday Chef Nunzio from Nunzio’s Restaurant in Collingswood, NJ joined us for Cooking with Nunzio. Chef Nunzio used fresh produce from the Collingswood Farmer’s Market – using many Jersey Fresh produce. The final recipe in the Famous Gnocchi of Italy Series on today’s menu: Gnocchi alla Romana with Amatriciana Sauce. A different take on the original – this gnocchi is shaped a little differently….but it’s not only gorgeous – it’s absolutely delicious!
On Tuesday Chef Nunzio from Nunzio’s Restaurant in Collingswood, NJ joined us for Cooking with Nunzio. Chef Nunzio used fresh produce from the Collingswood Farmer’s Market – using many Jersey Fresh produce. It’s time for Chef Nunzio to share his second Famous Gnocchi of Italy! On today’s menu: Gnocchi di Ricotta with Napoletan Tomato Sauce…oh so creamy and tasty! Absolutely divine…
Okay, I think it’s fair to say that since Thanksgiving I’ve been on a sort of Italian kick. So today I made my homemade Gnocchi. I used to make this with my daughter as my helper because it is a process to make and her favorite dish. Alas, she is grown, moved away and enthralled in planning a wedding… so today I made it alone. No worries…with a few altered steps (the freezer) it was a cake walk… a messy cake walk, but still cake…well gnocchi, but you get what I’m saying… Continue reading