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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!
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.
Excellent! I made it with fresh tomatoes from the garden. Yummmm!
Made this dish that I got from Eating Well magazine. Was fantastic!!
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!
Loved this! The chard and white beans were a delicious addition. Next time I'd cut back on the cheese amount a little. Thanks!
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!
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!
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.
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.