One Pot Gnocchi

Good Morning, Some good old comfort food for today.

It is also quick and as always, nice and easy!

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I often cook Gnocchi with greek yoghurt. However, I though I would try something different this time and I have to say it went down very well. I thickened the vegetable stock with cornflour at the end and it really was tasty. Perfect for a chilly evening!

As always, you can substitute the vegetables with whatever you have, just chop it accordingly. It shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes.

Ingredients

Glug of olive oil

1 teaspoon butter

1 red onion – chopped in chunks

1 green pepper – chopped in chunks

1 red pepper – chopped in chunks

2 sticks of celery – sliced

2 litre of vegetable stock

3 tablespoons of corn flower mixed in 1 table spoon of water

1 teaspoon oregano

500g gnocchi

Method

1. Heat olive oil and butter in a pan big enough to hold all the ingredients

2. Sweat the onions without letting them brown

3. Add the peppers, celery and oregano, keep it all moving for about 5 minutes

4. Add the stock and bring to the boil, simmer for about 5 minutes

5. Add the gnocchi, bring back to the boil and simmer for 5 minutes

6. Add the corn flour mixture and boil for a few minutes to cook the flour. The sauce will thicken so keep stirring

7. Serve with garlic bread!

Enjoy!

#Tip : I use a silicone spatula to stir because you need keep everything moving along the bottom of the pan too because the sauce is really thick and could burn easily

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6 thoughts on “One Pot Gnocchi

    1. Ha! You will know it when you see it. It’s an Italian potato ingredient. All supermarkets sell it and it isn’t very expensive. You can fry it slightly in butter and they become a bit roast potato like. I didn’t for this though. It’s really quick and easy to use x

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