This pumpkin ricotta gnocchi makes the best autumn weekend dinner. Soft, pillowy gnocchi flavored with earthy pumpkin, creamy ricotta cheese, warming nutmeg, and nutty parmesan. The dough comes together quickly and gets rolled out, cut, then boiled until soft and cooked through. Tossed with a sweet & savory brown butter and walnut sauce. Serve it with lots of parmesan cheese over top and dig in! Continue reading “Pumpkin Ricotta Gnocchi with Brown Butter & Walnuts”
Sharing this creamy lemon ricotta gnocchi today to start the week off on the most delicious note. Soft, pillowy ricotta gnocchi tossed in a silky-smooth lemon mascarpone sauce and topped with a vibrant pistachio pesto. It’s a really special, indulgent dish that is actually quite simple to pull together. Serve it with a protein and salad alongside for a complete summer meal! Continue reading “Creamy Lemon Ricotta Gnocchi with Pistachio Pesto”
A fresh springtime vegetable brown butter gnocchi. Soft, pillowy ricotta gnocchi tossed in brown butter and topped with quickly sauteed asparagus and peas. It’s a really fun project that results in a nutty, lemony gnocchi dish bursting with flavor. It’s a great side dish to any main…roast chicken or even seared steak would be perfect.
This 4-ingredient ricotta gnocchi with a really simple pomodoro sauce & herb oil is going to become your new best friend this holiday season. I’m using sweet, rich Mutti Cherry Tomatoes to create the most delicious dish! Plus, I’m introducing a Week of Christmas Giveaways!!
This time of year definitely calls for fresh pasta or gnocchi to be made, preferably once a week in my book! This Creamy Mushroom Gnocchi with Parmesan & Sage is going to be my recipe of choice for the next couple of weeks…and probably all the way through next spring! I hope it becomes yours, too. It is SO good.
It’s time to make some gnocchi! What’s better than biting into a soft pillow of dough with a flavorful sauce nestled into little ridges on the surface of it? I love to make gnocchi almost as much as I love to eat them. There’s great satisfaction that comes from making food by hand, so my dad and I create an event out of it. I form and cut the dough while he works the gnocchi board with ease. Before we know it, there’s flour all over the kitchen and we are surrounded by trays of gnocchi ready for a pot of boiling water.