HEAT 1 tbsp (15 mL) oil in a non-stick skillet set over medium heat.
ADD Olivieri® Cauliflower Emmental Skillet Gnocchi™; sauté for 5 minutes or until gnocchi are golden brown and slightly crispy. Remove from heat.
COMBINE baby greens, pear and onion in a salad bowl.
WHISK together remaining 3 tbsp (45 mL) oil with lemon juice, maple syrup, mustard, garlic, salt and pepper. Drizzle over salad (to taste); toss to combine.
SCATTER warm gnocchi and cranberries over top. Serve immediately.
Gnocchi – Pasta or Potato?
Gnocchi are shaped like pasta but made from potato and flour. For that reason, gnocchi are often compared to pasta, but being made from different ingredients means they belong to a different category. Gnocchi are more comparable to dumplings. They can, however, be enjoyed in a similar way to pasta when paired with sauces and traditional Italian ingredients.
Are Gnocchi Better Boiled or Fried?
Gnocchi are typically boiled in salt water until they float to the surface. This is one of the reasons they’re so popular – you can have a hearty dish ready with very little time or effort. But it’s also possible to fry gnocchi. Frying usually takes an extra few minutes, but it results in the gnocchi having a firmer and crispier coating which many people enjoy. Both methods of cooking gnocchi have their own outcome. You can try both and decide for yourself which is better.
What Other Gnocchi Recipes Are There?
When it comes to gnocchi dishes, the list of recipes is limitless! But if you liked this dish, let us show you some others you might fancy.
Looking for a fresh take on pasta salad? Why not try using gnocchi instead of traditional pasta? This simple and delicious Gnocchi Pasta Salad recipe features pillowy gnocchi tossed with pesto, bocconcini, and juicy cherry tomatoes for a flavourful and satisfying dish.
If you’re looking for the latest of our original gnocchi recipes, look no further than these new gnocchi dishes. Let us take you through our gnocchi-based meatless meals, seafood dishes and Italian-inspired recipes.
Ever considered gnocchi as a pasta salad? Try this recipe with pesto, bocconcini and juicy cherry tomatoes – easy and delicious!!
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