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I was just getting ready to post this recipe! I also found it on the eating well web site. I made a couple of changes, I used fresh baby spinach instead of the chard (I think it is bitter), and I used Italian style stewed tomatoes. I precooked the gnocchi in boiling water so they would be fluffy. I browned them in the skillet once they were cooked. This is an awesome recipe, and full of good things. Can't wait to have the left overs tomorrow!

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Reggie's Mom June 24, 2010

I love gnocchi skillet fried like this! I had been trying to figure out a way to cook gnocchi that I actually liked, and this did the trick. I couldn't stop snacking on the crispy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside little treats. The recipe as a whole was a little heavy for me, but I think it would be great on a cold and rainy day. Thanks for the novel idea.

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Cook-a-holic April 18, 2010

Excellent! I made it with fresh tomatoes from the garden. Yummmm!

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NannyMarvel September 23, 2013

Made this dish that I got from Eating Well magazine. Was fantastic!!

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Susanc2012 January 23, 2012

Really tasty dinner! The golden fried gnocchi were so good. All the ingredients complimented each other well. Next time I would like to soften up the tomatoes and chard a bit longer before adding the beans. In fact I think this would be great with garden tomatoes and plan to use this recipe in concert with Stewed Tomatoes Jefferson. Will add fresh garden basil and oregano too. Thanks!

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averybird May 23, 2011

Loved this! The chard and white beans were a delicious addition. Next time I'd cut back on the cheese amount a little. Thanks!

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kelly in TO August 02, 2010

Found this recipe while searching for ways to use chard. Last night's dinner was surprisingly tasty. I used whole wheat gnocchi, added Italian seasoning, and substitued a combination of chicken and vegetable broth for the water. (had leftovers in the fridge) The only disappointment was finding we were out of Parmesan cheese!

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Fleurs January 19, 2010

I used spinach in this recipe and ate on it for days. It was absolutely delicious. Eatingwell has so many good recipes and this one is definitely one of them!

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CookingLaura December 05, 2009

Finally a recipe using packaged gnocchi that doesn't involve boiling them! I used beet greens, perlini (mini balls) mozzarella, and Classico Spinach Florentine sauce because they were what I had on hand, and like chef #1336121, found that adding some red pepper flakes was a nice addition. Thanks, FloridaNative, for a great recipe, and a brand new take on cooking with gnocchi.

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Blue Plate Special November 05, 2009

I needed a good Swiss chard recipe and this was it. Very easy to make after a busy day. The taste was fabulous. We now have a new family favorite. Thanks for sharing.

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sozodjd August 28, 2009
Skillet Gnocchi With Chard and White Beans