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We loved this recipe! I did change quite a few things only because I couldn't find a recipe to fit my craving. I used spicy pork sausage and added diced green peppers. I didn't need oil and I also drained th browned sausage. I also used a mix of shredded parmesan and torn mozzarella. It was delicious! I will definitely try it again the way the recipe called for except the swiss because I'm not a big fan.

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NessaContessa April 23, 2010

This was definitely comfort food. I think it would be better with Italian sausage (hot variety) and adding peppers and mushrooms with the onions. I would say serves 6-8 easily.

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Vicki in CT November 18, 2009

This was our first gnocchi ever, and we were pleased. This made a hearty, satisfying meal that we'll look forward to again when it gets cold outside. The onions cooking made the house smell amazing! I used a jar (1 pound, 10 ounces, I think) of Ragu Onion and Garlic sauce, about a pound and half of meat, and about a pound and a half of prepackaged gnocchi. Went for an Italian cheese blend (2 cups), because it seemed to fit better than swiss. Baked in a 9x13 dish at 400 for 10-15 minutes.

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Mark & Stacy August 28, 2008

Lovely, easy, family friendly recipe. It makes quite a lot too which is good for my family. I served with your Garlic Bread Yum, thanks Jan!

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Jewelies January 02, 2008

Outstanding!! Gnocchi is one of my ultimate comfort foods, and this dish surely fit the bill! I used lean ground turkey in place of the beef, and also used a mozzarella/parmesan mix for my cheese. Easy to make, delicious, and it even made my picky 2 year-old happy! Thanks!

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bricookie55 September 22, 2007

I too found this recipe in the Super Food Ideas Magazine. The whole family LOVES it and it has quickly become a favourite. For those who are a little tired of the old favourite Spaghetti Bolognaise, this recipe makes it interesting again. I thought it was too good to keep to myself and tried to post it only to find JanRoundOz had beat me to it.

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Mrs_Nostawk September 18, 2007

Oh this is fun being the first reviewer. I thought this recipe was awesome! I did have to convert the measurements to US. I used 1 ¼ lb Ground Turkey, 2 cups Tomato Sauce, 13 ounces of fresh (store bought) Parmesan Gnocchi and 2 large handfuls of Mozzarella Cheese sprinkled with grated Parmesan. I cooked it at 375 degrees for 20 minutes in a 7� x 11� baking dish. THANKS JAN!

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Doc's Mom January 19, 2007
Gnocchi Bolognese Bake