This Creamy Tuscan Gnocchi recipe contains no cream, so is on the lighter side and is absolutely delicious! So if you are looking for a decadent gnocchi dish minus the excess calories? Then you have come to the right place.
If you want to make it with cream and the vegetable stock you can as well. However, just be sure to half the vegetable stock so there is not to much liquid.
Also, be sure to sauté the sun dried tomatoes for a minimum of 2 minutes in vegetable stock, this really helps to bring out the flavors. Do this before adding back in the cooked gnocchi.
I have really started to appreciate Italian cuisines more so over the past few years, before I used to prefer Greek. I guess with time my tastes change and I’m so grateful to be able to dabble in all the amazing flavors that the World has to offer.
I could just eat this type of food everyday, nothing really compares to pillowy soft gnocchi.
And when it is tossed in a creamy sauce it’s so good, it will have you craving it often.
The nice thing about this recipe is that it can be whipped up in under 20 minutes.
Which can make for a quick and tasty weeknight meal in no time.
Go ahead indulge no guilt here!
This recipe would be perfect for a romantic dinner idea, think Valentines day or New Years.
Also you can add some cooked shredded chicken to this or cooked bacon if desired.
As for me I like it just like this, I’m also a huge sun dried tomato lover SO I will add even more sun dried tomatoes to my dish when making it just for myself.
This recipe can be made vegan instead of just vegetarian as well.
However you would want to replace the sour cream with a vegan options of course.
I will leave that all up to you, I hope you give it a try either way!
Sprinkle some fresh parmesan cheese on top before serving and you will be in Gnocchi heaven…
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Just make sure your halving the vegetable stock so there is not to much liquid.
These calculations are based off Nutritionix