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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.
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.
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.
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!
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!
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.
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 Â¼ 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 7â€? x 11â€? baking dish. THANKS JAN!