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Jenn Louis

  • How-To

    Tips for Making Great Gnocchi

    Making potato gnocchi is one of those rewarding endeavors that gets easier the more times you do it. These tips can help too.   Pick the right potato. Starchy russets…

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    How to Make Gnocchi in Brilliant Colors

    Adding beets, spinach, cheese, and even chestnut flour to potato gnocchi results in fabulous flavors and some eye-catching hues.

  • Recipe

    Potato-Ricotta Gnocchi with Marinara Sauce and Basil

    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…

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    Spinach and Basil Gnocchi with Butter and Parmesan

    A hint of basil permeates these verdant dumplings. Don’t worry if the greens for the purée don’t fully break down; the bits of leaves add a speckled touch. The gnocchi’s…

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    Potato Chestnut Gnocchi with Gorgonzola Cream Sauce

    Chestnut flour gives these dumplings a texture that's denser than Potato and Ricotta Gnocchi, yet comforting. Cooked peas and chard are a nice addition to the creamy sauce. Because it's…

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    Roasted Beet Gnocchi with Brown Butter-Sage Sauce

    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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    Spinach Spätzli with Sage and Speck

    This simple preparation is a staple in the alpine region of Italy. The few basics of butter, Parmigiano- Reggiano, and speck (a smoked and cured ham) are widely available, even…

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    Beet and Ricotta Gnocchi

    These beautiful gnocchi show off a rich red color. The flavor of the gnocchi is earthy but not intensely beet-y, and the texture is soft and delicate. They pair well…

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    Pasta Grattugiata

    Originally from Lazio, pasta grattugiata is an ancient and rustic preparation. The name literally translates as “grated pasta,” and it is simple to make. The ingredients are inexpensive and, like…

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    Turkey Roulades with Fontina and Sage

    This impressive main course has a few steps to it, but you can assemble the roulades ahead; they cook quickly and are a dream to carve. Plus, they pack an…