Gnocchi with Zucchini Ribbons & Parsley Brown Butter

June/July 2006

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For this recipe, convenient store-bought potato gnocchi are tossed with delicate ribbons of zucchini, shallots and cherry tomatoes that have all been sautéed in nutty browned butter.

"I've made this recipe twice now and each time it is incredible!!! I love it. I use a substitute butter when I make it to lower the calories and add more cheese. It's incredible with those subs!!! I definitely recommend this recipe. Love...

70 Reviews for Gnocchi with Zucchini Ribbons & Parsley Brown Butter


Easy to make and delicious. Felt like we were eating at a nice restaurant!

Loved this meat free dinner!

This was DELICIOUS. After tasting it I added the juice from half a lemon and some red pepper flakes which put it over the top. I was really surprised at how much my husband and I both liked this. Amazing what a little butter can do for some veggies.

Easy, healthy, quick.
So delicious!

I am so happy I decided to cook this dish. The longest part for me was prepping the vegetables. As the tip said, I used a vegetable peeler for the zucchini ribbons, and it was so easy! Everything came together great, and I will most definitely be making this again!

Easy, cheap, filling, and tasty
excellent recipe

I love this recipe. In fact, it's the first time I think I've every written a recipe review. I use a mandoline to make slicing my zucchini much easier.

easy to follow, delicious
Simple and Delicious

I've never made, or even had, gnocchi before I made this recipe. For what it's worth, I used self-stable gnocchi from Target. I had to adjust some ingredients (red onion for shallots and roma tomatoes for cherry tomatoes), and it still tasted wonderful. I *may* have been a little generous with the butter, but oh well. On my second helping I added some lemon juice- it added a nice zip to it. I really enjoyed this and will make it again.


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