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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 Recipe

67 Reviews for Gnocchi with Zucchini Ribbons & Parsley Brown Butter

11/18/2009
Anonymous

This dish was so easy to make. I happen to have a mandolin slicer, so the zuchinni ribbons weren't a problem. I didn't have any fresh tomatoes, so I used a can of diced plain tomatoes that I drained and patted dry. I did double the butter. It was fantastic. My husband practically licked the bowl clean!

Meredith, Lexington, SC

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10/23/2009

I didn't have nutmeg, so I used cinnamon which came out pretty tasty. I actually liked the dish more the next day after the flavors settled in the gnocchi a bit. I had a hard time making zucchini ribbons too :(

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10/19/2009
Anonymous

My husband and I both really liked this. It was super easy and gave us something interesting to enjoy on a busy weekday night. Thanks!

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10/13/2009

The cooking gods must be smiling on me! I have made this a few times--but last night everything worked together nicely to make a creamy, melt-in -your mouth gnocchi recipe. We've always liked it, but especially last night.....yum! Tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen!

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

This made an amazing meal! My hubby and daughter loved it and it was easy to make. I used a cheese slicer to slice the zucchini to the perfect thickness.

Rosemary, Brooklyn, NY

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