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This was delicious, the flavours were lovely. I think I may have put twice as much sausage, fennel and reserved water to make it go further. Believe all ingredients were followed. Threw a bit of chilli in because we had some that needed to be used. Gnocchi was the baby gnocchi which I prefer since it seems to go further. Thanks for a great dinner.

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Satyne February 16, 2013

This got rave reviews from my husband, my 3 year old, and my 20 month old. I had to improv a bit-- had no fennel and wanted to get rid of some extra veggies so threw in some julienned sweet potatoes and zucchini. I felt like that adding those vegetables made it even healthier and got some extra flavor in an already yummy dish.

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swfr September 07, 2010

LOVE this recipe.. Didn't have any fennel or red pepper, so I used yellow zucchini, leftover carrots and green beans. Also didn't have asiago cheese, so just used cheddar. This is such a good recipe you can use it with any kind of veg or cheese..so it is very economical! Adding the cooking water at the end turns the cheese into a lovely sauce. I will make this over many times..and hopefully at least once with the correct ingredients! haha

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Lee_tah March 10, 2010

We were really happy with this recipe. The gnocchi is hearty and the sausages and veggies are earthy, but have bright flavors. This was a simple dish that would work well on our hectic weeknights.

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Ms B. February 04, 2009

This recipe was very good. I am not usually fond of gnocchi as it feels like a dead weight in my stomach - but this dish was very tasty. I used regular sweet italian sausage and threw in some chopped zucchini. My family really liked this meal.

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skiingpeaches August 01, 2008

I made this last night from the Cooking Light magazine and thought I would check ZAAR this morning to see if this recipe had already been posted… And there it was! I thought this recipe was easy to make and very tasty. I omitted the bell pepper (personal preference) and had to use chicken apple sausage. I loved the creamy Asiago sauce; adding the cooking liquid really brings this dish together. Thanks for posting.

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Doc's Mom July 08, 2008
Gnocchi With Chicken Sausage, Bell Pepper, and Fennel