Tender and more rich than regular potato gnocchi, these simple dumplings hold together really well thanks to the egg but are super light. They go well with just about any sauce. For a truly deluxe meal, skip the marinara sauce and serve the gnocchi tossed with melted butter and cooked lobster topped with fresh chives or tarragon.
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Make Ahead Tips
You can freeze the shaped, uncooked gnocchi for up to 1 month. Once frozen rock solid on the baking sheets, transfer them to freezer bags and return to the freezer. Cook as directed without thawing.
These were so good! I made them as directed, along with marinara sauce, layered in a casserole dish, topped with parmesan cheese and browned in the oven for a bit. Yum!
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