this is a fantastic recipe, I made this with my Kittencal's Easy Gnocchi and plan on making it again next time with fresh chopped ripe Roma tomatoes, I increased the chili flakes way up, I didn't have fresh basil handy when I made this so I used 1-1/2 teaspoons dried and sauteed with the garlic mixture, thanks for sharing Cooks!
Delicious! Although I had far too much sauce for my pasta, what a shame! Guess I'll freeze it and save for another day :D
Wonderful, a new favorite simple dish!
Delicious! Much to my dismay, the store didn't have gnocchi so I substituted cheese tortellini which actually worked out well. I also cut down on the butter a bit since it seemed excessive. The sauce was already rich and creamy and flavorful so no need to add cream. The consistency was just wonderful. I think this would be great in any recipe calling for tomato sauce. Thanks for the recipe!
This was wonderful! I felt like I was eating out, except, I had to cook the meal, then serve and then clean-up! Well maybe it wasn't like eating out, but it was soooo good! No leftovers!
This was such a fresh tasting excellent dish! I took Kittencal's advice and used 1 1/2 tsp dried basil since I didn't want to spend the high price on fresh. I used fresh tomatoes from my garden, and I was surprised I didn't need to add any cream. I also added 1/2 pound hot Italian sausage at the end. This was so good! Thanks for posting!
Delicious! We did add the cream and it was smooth, spicy, rich and flavorful. This will be made time and again. Thanks for a wonderful recipe.
This was very good. I added some cream to the sauce to combat the tartness and a little extra garlic for personal preference. I made it with a 28 oz can of crushed tomatoes, so I added the cheese and butter directly into the skillet with everything else. I also added some dried basil to the simmering sauce.
Since there is no recipe for the gnocchi I made that portion of the recipe from our Easy Potato Gnocchi, and I am only rating the sauce for this recipe. I chopped the garlic, used 28 oz chopped tomatoes (therefore omitting the need to later puree), and also added 1 tsp of Italian seasoning. When it was done, it needed only 2 Tbsp butter. It was quite tart so I stirred in 2 tsp of sugar and this helped smooth it out to an outstanding pasta sauce. I left out the parmesan cheese to use as an accompiment. This sauce enhances gnocchi perfectly. A definite keeper, thanks for posting!