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Skillet Gnocchi with Shrimp & Asparagus

May/June 2012

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The gnocchi cooks right in the skillet, along with shrimp, shallots, asparagus and Parmesan cheese, in this gnocchi recipe. Look for shelf-stable gnocchi near other pasta. Serve with baby arugula salad with vinaigrette and a glass of pinot grigio.


Skillet Gnocchi with Shrimp & Asparagus

20 Reviews for Skillet Gnocchi with Shrimp & Asparagus

11/17/2014
AMAZING & QUICK

Love this recipe so much I have shared it with many of my family & friends. SUPER simple and SUPER delish! I didn't change a thing!

Simple quick dish to prepare.
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05/07/2014
Anonymous
surprisingly delicious!

My daughter loves shrimp, so I suspected she'd like this recipe. I put in a little less asparagus than called for -I never made asparagus before, and honestly, I didn't know if the kids would like it. To my amazement, they loved it! This dish is definitely 5 stars in my book! We used a fresh lemon to squeeze the lemon juice needed, and it was just wonderful. I will definitely make this meal again!

I was afraid my kids would not like the asparagus - but they loved it!
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01/07/2014
Tasty low ingredient dish

Halved the recipe for just me and my husband and still had a portion for lunch the next day. The sweetness of the scallions and the lemon freshness make this dish taste really fresh.

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06/12/2013
Anonymous
Delicious and Simple

Easy pantry meal, but adjusted the recipe by adding some fresh Basil and capers. Did not use gnocchi because I did not have any in my kitchen so served over spaghetti, still was delicious.

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03/13/2013
Anonymous
WOW!

This is probably one of the easiest meals I've ever prepared. It's almost like a dish served at a gourmet restaurant. So easy to make. I'll need to make a double batch next time because my husband devoured it!

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