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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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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 postedâ€¦ 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.