Skillet Gnocchi with Chard & White Beans

January/February 2009

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In this one-skillet supper, we toss dark leafy greens, diced tomatoes and white beans with gnocchi and top it all with gooey mozzarella. Serve with a mixed green salad with vinaigrette.

"Skillet Gnocchi is now one of my favorite go-to meals. Easy and delicious. I do usually use spinach, as opposed to chard (my husband dislikes it). It's great either way. "

452 Reviews for Skillet Gnocchi with Chard & White Beans

So good! Definitely will

So good!
Definitely will become a staple. I was unable to find gnocchi (frozen or shelf stable) at the grocery store nearest to me, so I used tortellini instead (boiled and added at the end). So simple to make and yet we almost didn't have leftovers because it was so delicious (there are only two of us)!
Look forward to trying again with gnocchi!

CB, Honolulu, HI


I make something like this using pierogies. So, I think I will boil the gnocchi for a minute or two and then brown it in the skillet the way I do pierogies. I don't have chard either but I do have spinach, and I only have butterbeans, but it is the white ones, that I think about it, I'm probably making a completely different dish but the idea is what I love. Beans, greens and Gnocchi. Thanks.


I added asparagus, omitted the mozzarella cheese and added a little extra Parmesan, it was delicious. I've made it the normal way too, but I really liked it with asparagus this time!


Just finished eating this dish. Chewy, gooey and delicious. The full-bodied white and a little extra Moz. 'kicked it up a notch'. I personally liked the amount of beans recommended. I'll be making this again.


Delicious! Only change I made was using fresh diced cherry tomatoes and adding Italian seasoning. It wasn't too time-consuming, and I had no problems cooking the gnocchi as directed. Will make again and again!


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