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I just made the sauce from this recipe and served it with some polenta I fried up. It was delectable! As someone who doesn't eat much butter, it was absolutely wonderful to have such a lovely sauce where you can really appreciate the flavor of the butter. The sage crisped up beautifully and was delicious. When I have more time I am definitely going to have to make the gnocchi
I loved the gnocchi and so did my family. My husband rated it. I was looking for an easy receipe after my husband said he had gnocchi in a italian restaurant and loved them. He liked this particular one very much. We added mushrooms to the sauce and I used dried sage as I didn't have any fresh leaves and I also used some garlic. They turned out wonderful. My 2 year old loved them too. Worth trying! Just plan ahead! Being eight months pregnant and with the toddler, I tired to do too much in a short time. Probably it will be a lot easier to have the gnocchi already done a few hours before you start cooking the sauce. Thanks for a great receipe.
I've made this twice now and both times it has turned out absolutely superb! Like pastry dough, the less you touch this dough, the better. The second time I made it, I found that I didn't knead it enough because as I was rolling out the dough it kept separating down the middle of the first roll. I incorporated the first roll into the rest of the dough and kneaded another minute, which seemed to do the trick.I did a side sauce with fresh Sage leaves, whole oregano leaves, garlic, butter, lemon zest and wine which I poured over the entire dish once It was all seared. this dish is time consumeing but worth it! Sooooooooo Good!
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