This One Skillet Vegetable and Bean Gnocchi is a nice change up from regular pasta night including nutritious ingredients like spinach and kidney beans.
This past week has been quite the whirlwind of gatherings with our new neighbors from play dates to fireworks parties and barbecues we’ve all been having a blast. Little did we know what we were moving into when we chose to purchase our new house. We are so thankful for our new friends that it almost feels surreal since it’s such a vast difference from our previous neighborhood. And the best part is the families we are socializing with all have kids similar ages to our kids and they all play so nicely together, it’s amazing!
This past week I decided to take a break from grilling and make this skillet recipe. I’ve been wanting to make some kind of recipe with gnocchi for awhile now since I’ve eaten it at restaurants but never at home. If you’re unfamiliar with it, gnocchi are soft potato dumplings found in many Italian dishes. Gnocchi is often used as an alternative to pasta. You can of course make them homemade but I went the simple route and used a store bought version which takes only about 5 minutes to cook.
And I’m thrilled I finally used my curly parsley from my garden! It’s seriously thriving I just haven’t thought about using it until now. I typically use parsley all the time in recipes but with so much grilling lately I haven’t thought to use it.
The recipe is quite simple with only about 10 minutes or prep work so it’s great for any day of the week. Hope you enjoy!
Have you ever cooked with gnocchi? If so, what’s your favorite recipe?
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