Gnocchi (or any other pasta) in cream sauce with bacon bits. When garlic is sautéed and bacon bits released the flavors, add heavy cream and chopped scallions. Add pinch of pepper and salt (to taste) and shred the parmesan cheese (to taste). The word gnocchi is Italian for dumplings and they are sort of like a cross between a dumpling and pasta.
The other day I shared my homemade Potato gnocchi recipe. The dough is a potato dough, the kind which is common in North Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Croatia, and Slovenia (among other neighboring countries). POUR in chicken broth, cream and herbs. You can have Gnocchi (or any other pasta) in cream sauce with bacon bits using 8 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Gnocchi (or any other pasta) in cream sauce with bacon bits
- It’s 1 pack of gnocchi.
- You need of Bacon bits (to taste).
- You need Bunch of scallions.
- Prepare 1 quart of cream.
- You need of Parmesan cheese.
- Prepare of Garlic (to taste).
- You need of Salt and pepper.
- Prepare 1 Tbsp of butter.
Scrape up any browned bits from the bottom of the pan — browned bits equal flavour! MIX everything together, reduce heat to medium and cover pan with lid. The starch released from the gnocchi thickens the sauce while cooking. WILT the spinach leaves in the sauce.
Gnocchi (or any other pasta) in cream sauce with bacon bits instructions
- Cook gnocchi.
- In frying pan (deep) saute garlic on butter. Add bacon bits (can consider imitation for vegetarian versio). Do all this on LOW heat so the garlic doesn't burn..
- When garlic is sautéed and bacon bits released the flavors, add heavy cream and chopped scallions. Add pinch of pepper and salt (to taste) and shred the parmesan cheese (to taste). Simmer until it thickens up..
- Add cooked gnocchi/pasta to sauce and flip/stir to cover the pasta..
P otato Gnocchi in Bacon Spinach Cream Sauce – One of the best weeknight meals ever! Super tender gnocchi are lusciously coated in a bacon, cream, and parmesan sauce with tons of flavor from tomatoes and fresh basil. Once the sauce is done, the gnocchi has been cooked, and the pancetta or bacon is nice and crispy — toss it all together. This Gnocchi with Brown Butter, Crispy Pancetta, and Sage is a filling dish so a little goes a long way. I love eating pasta this time of year!