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Going Gnudi Tonight – Spinach Gnudi with Sage Butter

In Do-it-Yourself, Gluten Free on September 29, 2013 at 11:48 am

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Going Gnudi today.

What is Gnudi?

Gnudi (yep…pronounced “Nudie”…see why I love this already?) is ricotta cheese dumplings, and different from Italian Gnocchi (pronounced ‘Neeyoh-kee’), which is a type of delicious potato pasta that takes more time, kneading, and work.

With the brilliant sunshine this morning and cooler fall air, I actually woke up thinking about Gnudi today. Terrible.

I’m going to go with it! I say tonight for Sunday dinner, I’ll make Spinach Gnudi with Sage butter. For those of you who love Italian food, but don’t want it to be completely carbtastic — or for those of you who have gluten-free diets — this is a great meal. For GF – substitute the gluten free flour of your choice – I would think rice flour would keep the flavors clean. I’m willing to bet Gnudi is kid-friendly too and you can sneak a good amount of veggies in it.

Once I get the hang of this recipe, I’ll continue to mix it up later by making butternut squash or pumpkin versions!

Here are some great links and blogs for Spinach Gnudi with Sage Butter:
http://gabebertaccini.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/the-ultimate-gnudi/

http://www.bellalimento.com/2011/04/18/gnudi-spinach-and-ricotta-gnudi/
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Photo and Recipe Credit: Chef Bertaccini’s Blog, The Art of Italian Dining
http://gabebertaccini.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/the-ultimate-gnudi/

Recipe Credit
http://www.bellalimento.com/2011/04/18/gnudi-spinach-and-ricotta-gnudi/

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