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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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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. "

410 Reviews for Skillet Gnocchi with Chard & White Beans

06/17/2010
Anonymous

Loved, loved, loved this!! Who would think the calorie count would be so low with so much flavour and texture. Definitely a keeper!!

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06/10/2010
Anonymous

Loved this recipe! Even my fiance loved it and he usually complains when I make anything with spinach (couldn't find chard in my local grocery store). I added a small chicken breast cut up very small as well and it added some nice flavor, but it would also be yummy without. I think my favorite thing about it is it's a breeze to make and not expensive at all. Plus there were enough leftovers for lunch the next day!

Tip: If you can't find gnocchi, try looking in the cheese aisle. Not sure why my grocery store was hiding it there, but I had to ask for help, and lo and behold, cheese aisle.

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06/10/2010

great recipe, and flexible, too - can be adapted to any sort of bean and green that you have on hand. (it was also a good use of the string cheese snacks that were kicking around in my fridge...)

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06/08/2010
Anonymous

My husband and I loved it! So easy (took me about 45 minutes with prep and cooking) and really flavorful and filling. We had enough for leftovers the next day and I'm making it again for sure!

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06/07/2010
Anonymous

This was great. It was so easy to make and had a delicious taste. Super filling too!

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