Skillet Gnocchi with Chard & White Beans
In this one-skillet supper, we toss dark leafy greens, diced tomatoes and white beans with gnocchi and top it all with gooey mozzarella.
With modifications, this is definitely a 5 star recipe! It didn't make sense to me to only saute the onions for 2 minutes and then add water; I salted them & cooked them way longer to give a little more depth of flavor, and sauteed the garlic for about 30 seconds before adding the liquid (I used broth instead of water). I also added red pepper flake for a little extra kick. I LOVE this approach to cooking gnocchi; the browning really takes the flavor and texture up several notches. Great, healthy, flavorful dish - I'll be making again and again!
As another reviewer mentioned, I sauteed the onions until translucent - rather then steaming them until tender. Then added the garlic, and then added the water. I followed the recipe on cooking the gnocchi (saute then simmer) and it turned out well. I loved that there was lots of greens - the gnocchi is not a star in this dish, but a player in a well-balanced quartet. Very easy and tasty and flexible; I will make this one again.
This dish was so comforting and sooooooo good. It tasted so rich, flavorful and satisfying. I used kale instead of chard and it was fantastic. Just make sure to pull out the stems of the kale. Enjoy!
Great recipe. I did half the vinegar and broth. Perfect. I agree...the gremalata is worth the effort!
I really enjoyed this dish. I thought it had good flavors, a good mix of ingredients, and was quite filling. I did add salt , but otherwise made the recipe as written.
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