These gnocchi have a subtle beet flavor that’s a little earthy and a little sweet. The simple brown butter sage sauce shows off the gnocchi’s vibrant hue.
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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.
Dismal failure. Gnocchi dough was super wet & adding more flour was not a help. Cooked gnocchi were gummy (brown butter with sage was awesome however). Think it was the beets - too much moisture. Beet flavor was subtle but good, it was the texture we couldn't get past. First attempt at gnocchi, but not novices in the kitchen. Will try with a more basic recipe to see if we can achieve good results.
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