Gnocchi di patate (potato dumplings) is an Italian classic. These dumplings are small pieces of potato dough, usually round or oblong in shape, which are boiled in water and then served with various toppings such as tomato sauce and fresh basil, oil olive and grated Parmesan cheese, Bolognese sauce or even Brasato al Barolo sauce….
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Gnudi (Spinach Dumplings)
Gnudi is a typical Tuscan dish made with spinach or erbette, ricotta, Parmesan cheese and served with butter and sage or tomato sauce. The term gnudi comes from the Tuscan dialect which means “naked” and emphasizes the “nakedness” of these dumplings compared to ravioli, which are instead covered with a layer of pasta. It is…
Gnocchi di Zucca (Pumpkin Dumplings)
Gnocchi, pronounced gnawk-KEY, (dumplings) with pumpkin is a classic autumn dish when pumpkin is in season. These dumplings are small pieces of pumpkin and potato dough, usually round or oblong in shape, which are boiled in water and then served with melted butter and sage. The taste is delicate, a little bit sweet and inviting….
Gnocchi alla Romana (Roman Semolina Gnocchi)
It is typical dish of Lazio which is appreciated worldwide for its delicate and appetizing taste . When we think of gnocchi (dumplings) we usually think of the potato, ricotta cheese or bread dumplings with a round shape and cooked in boiling water. Instead Roman semolina gnocchi are prepared with semolina flour cooked in milk, enriched…
Gnocchi di Pane Raffermo (Italian Bread Dumplings)
This is a quick and easy recipe for gnocchi made with stale bread! These Italian bread dumplings, also called Zanzarelli, are an ancient food. They began to appear in the Renaissance banquets in Lombardy as a delicacy and were prepared with bread crumbs, milk and chopped almonds. The recipe that I am proposing belongs to my…