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Made for Recipe Swap #12, January 2008. I have never had Gnocchi before, but had always wanted to try it. I'm glad I made this recipe for my first try at gnocchi. I loved the spinach, bacon and chickn in this dish. I added some minced garlic and some red pepper flakes and ended up with a very enjoyable meal. Thanks, Elmotoo.
Once I got my husband to agree to try gnocchi.....he liked it! Very nice recipe! He did get a sos phone call to help a friend with his car so I just popped the dish in the oven to keep warm. Nice flavor, fast to put together, a perfect fall dish! Made for CQ2014
I made 1/2 the recipe and used what I had on hand. First, didn't use any spinach - I forgot to pick some up plus DH needs to avoid leafy greens. Also, I used canned chicken breast. I had pecan butter left over from a recent salmon dish and used that to make the roux. I did use a leek, but think it would be fine with regular onion, too. One more - I used real bacon crumbles. (Oh no, am I one of those people who totally changes a recipe into something different? I didn't mean to!) made for Culinary Quest 2014
Great recipe. Looking for one to use up some gnocchi and decided on this one. Used onion instead of leeks and added garlic but made as written.
This was so delicious! I didn't have any leeks but I did saute and throw in zucchini pieces and artichoke hearts. Yum.
Excellent. My son just made this for Mother's Day. Prep time did take longer than 20 minutes. I suggest adding some garlic to the leeks. Only used a couple cups of fresh spinach and it seemed plenty. Thanks Elmotoo for the great recipe.