For being so simple and quick, this was tasty! Couldn't find watercress so used arugula instead. Added a pinch or two of italian seasoning as one of the other reviews suggested. Otherwise followed directions as written. Husband asked "where's the meat?", apparently the pancetta was too subtle for his oh-so-refined palette, but he still went back for 2nds...will definitely make again!
I loved this. I made it with Trader Joe’s cauliflower gnocchi and used chard instead of watercress. So good. I’ve made it several times and it’s always filling and delicious.
Excellent! My whole family loved this meal, and that’s saying something! Going to be a regular at our house.
I loooove this! I've made it once before and I am making it again tonight but I'm going to use spinach instead of watercress (which I also did last time). Instead of the store-bought gnocchi, I'll make homemade sweet potato gnocchi because I have some sweet potatoes I need to use (and because homemade gnocchi is so easy and delicious). This recipe is great and simple! My fiancé went a little nuts over it. Last time I subbed canned whole-peeled tomatoes for the two tomatoes; that worked out fine and I added some sliced grape tomatoes, too. Note: DO NOT skip the red wine vinegar... I forgot to add it until after I had already eaten my (first) serving and when I added it, it made a *huge* difference. I also like vinegar, so if you don't like it - ignore me.
So good, so quick excellent quick dish that was unbelievably tasty. The sauce came out amazing, and all the prep work and cooking was easy. Like many others I did substitutes: - 4 slices bacon instead of prociutto - serrano-honey vinegar instead of red wine vinegar - arugula instead of watercress (didn't bother stemming it- still tasted great) Pros: easy, quick, tasty
Bold, Amazing Flavor! This dish uses simple ingredients that just go great together! I never cooked gnocchi before, and my family never usually cares for chunks of tomato...but this dish was a huge hit that is certain to grace our table again soon! There is nothing else more to say except try it, you'll love it! Pros: Quick, and easy to cook Cons: Vinegar is a bit strong, but I love that about this dish...no cons
Even Meat Eaters Love itI made this as a last minute dinner last week. The only exceptions to the recipe were that i added Italian seasoning to the tomatoes due to not being able to find them pre-seasoned and i used whole wheat gnocchi. It came out wonderful, not oily at all. Even my husband who is unwillingly following into meatless meals loved it. It was very satisfying and even kept great for lunch the next day. This will become a go to recipe for our home.Pros: super easy
Even Meat Eaters Love it I made this as a last minute dinner last week. The only exceptions to the recipe were that i added Italian seasoning to the tomatoes due to not being able to find them pre-seasoned and i used whole wheat gnocchi. It came out wonderful, not oily at all. Even my husband who is unwillingly following into meatless meals loved it. It was very satisfying and even kept great for lunch the next day. This will become a go to recipe for our home. Pros: super easy
I made this dinner tonight and it was very good. Because I was craving fennel, I added half a large bulb in as well. I think it fit very well. The recipe was extremely flavourful, and I'm glad I didn't add any extra salt, because even without additional spices, it was very tasty. The beans broke down a bit from stirring and it added to the creamy texture. Excellent and very simple to make. I don't think I would use spinach because the swiss chard holds up better (I used red chard and it was very tasty).