11.26.17

GNOCCHI WITH BRUSSELS SPROUTS

fall pasta | designlovefest

thanksgiving break may be over but that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on good food. ivan made this gnocchi from scratch and i was very impressed. making homemade pasta is something that feels way too involved for me but it actually wasn’t that hard and they were delicious. you could serve them with a simple red sauce or pesto or, you could go all out on the toppings like we did. they’re also perfect for any leftover mashed potatoes you might have or cooked veggies that you can use up after the weekend festivities. – joanie

fall pasta | designlovefest

what you’ll need:
makes 4 serving
• 16 oz gnocchi (store bought or homemade, we used which was easy to follow!)
• 3 oz prosciutto
• 5 cups brussels sprouts
• olive oil
• 1/2 cup pecans
• 2 tablespoons butter
• shaved parmesan cheese for garnish
• 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar

fall pasta | designlovefest
fall pasta | designlovefest

• cook the gnocchi as directed on the package. set aside.

• preheat oven to 400 degrees. wash and pat dry the Brussel sprouts. lay evenly in a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. drizzle with olive oil and sea salt. bake for 30 minutes or until they are slightly tender. set aside.

fall pasta | designlovefest
fall pasta | designlovefest

• thinly slice the prosciutto and chop the pecans. in a frying pan heat the butter on medium heat until it begins to bubble. mix together the gnocchi, pecans, prosciutto and Brussels sprouts. sauté the gnocchi until they begin to turn golden brown, about 5 minutes. remove from heat and add the red wine vinegar (lemon juice will also work great!).

• serve with shaved parmesan cheese, salt and pepper!

fall pasta | designlovefest
fall pasta | designlovefest

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styling by: joanie cusack + ivan solis

5 COMMENTS

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    Alaska says:

    That looks absolutelly amazing <3

    Eva says:

    Oh man, this looks ridiculously good and heartwarming! Would be great with leftover brussels and pancetta that we always have in the freezer.

    Who makes the cookware and utensils? Everything is gorgeous!

    Ivan Solis says:

    Hi!

    cookware is Paul Revere and utensils are from lightly.com.au

    I had never thought to make gnocci myself but it looks so simple! Know what I’m having for dinner tonight!

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