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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.



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"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...
Gnocchi with Zucchini Ribbons & Parsley Brown Butter

69 Reviews for Gnocchi with Zucchini Ribbons & Parsley Brown Butter

09/23/2009
Anonymous

Very tasty and easy to make! My dinner guests thought is was great. Made it just like the recipe is written.

Carla, Baltimore, MD

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Made this last night for my family including my vegan daughter and her boyfriend. I lightly browned 2 cloves of chopped garlic in 1T olive oil instead of the butter, then added the shallots and zucchini. I followed the rest of the recipe, omitting the parmesan cheese. Once they were served, I drizzled a little browned butter & grated parm over the remaining servings tossed everything well. It was delicious & everyone enjoyed!

deetsgooch, Menifee, CA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

I loved the taste and texture of this dish. Very quick to prepare and the children loved it.

Kathy, Odessa, De

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Absolutely LOVED this recipe! Will be a staple all summer long. A great way to use zucchini and tomatoes from the garden. You must try this.

Michelle, Milwaukee, WI

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Suprising Good! The flavor of the zucchini was incredible. I did not use as much parsley as the recipe called for and it turned out great. Next time I may add garlic and maybe squash to add another depth of flavor! MUST TRY!

Michelle, Fort Worth, TX

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