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Gnocchi with Brown Butter Cream Sauce & Kale

By Julie April 07, 2014 0 Comments

I’m having more fun working with Land O’Lakes (Kitchen Conversations) on this recipe! I’m a huge fan of butter, and let’s face it: I love all kinds of butter. And brown butter? I’m an even bigger fan. Brown butter gives dishes a nutty and buttery flavor. I have wanted to make a dish with gnocchi for a while now. So why not combine brown butter and gnocchi? I’m still scared to make it from scratch, so I use store-bought for now. A huge bonus is that this dish takes less than 30 minutes to put together!

Gnocchi Mac 'N Cheese

Substituting gnocchi for noodles makes a great new family dinner.

QUIZ ANSWER: The word “gnocchi” probably comes from the Italian word “nocchio,” meaning a knot in wood or from “nocca,” meaning knuckle. Gnocchi has been a traditional Italian pasta type since Roman times.

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Pan-Fried Gnocchi Salad

This simple, yet sophisticated, salad gets an unexpected twist with the addition of browned gnocchi.

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20 min.Prep time 20 min.Total time

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Pasta Basics

By Marge January 07, 2011 0 Comments

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Macaroni and Cheese – The Perfect Food

By Samantha March 18, 2014 0 Comments

Macaroni and cheese is one of the most perfect foods - and I’d say that no matter where I worked. The cheesy, creamy, buttery flavors, plus the gooey, melty texture, is sure to please any palette. While classic macaroni and cheese is always a good choice, it makes a great base to customize with your favorite add-ins. Start with Midwest Macaroni & Cheese as your main recipe. What you add to make it your own depends only on your creativity!

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