Recipe by BUSH'S® Beans
"'This is very good and yummy.' -- Ashley, 9 years old from New Jersey
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pre-packaged gnocchi (typically found in the pasta aisle)
extra virgin olive oil
fresh mushrooms, de-stemmed and quartered
1 (15.5 ounce) can
BUSH'S® Cannellini Beans, drained and rinsed
packed baby spinach leaves
black olives, sliced
canned fried onions
low-sodium chicken broth
grated Parmesan cheese
Very tasty and filling. I did not have the fried onions on hand and the dish seemed to not need the added flavor. There is alot going on here! My husband raved and had 2 helpings. For a meat and potatose guy, he left the table full and satisfied. I enjoyed all the texture and flavors. We will be making this again.
We did not like this at all and won't make again.
I made this for Mother's Day when my brother and his vegetarian girlfriend were coming over. Everyone loved it, including my mom and husband. Very flavorful. I especially loved the crunch the fried onions supplied. I would probably cut down on pest a little next time to reduce the oil level.
This was delicious. Both my wife and I liked it. I fried the mushrooms at low heat first to get that carmelized mushroom flavor. I substituted scallions for the canned onions and kalamata olives for black olives and added a half a sweet red pepper cut into slices for color and a little sweetness and sauteed these veggies with the celery. I used fresh chopped sage and added it when I fried the gnocchi. Frying the gnocchi, on one side only, adds a very pleasant texture to the gnocchi - crispy and chewy at the same time. I made the beans from scratch and added some fresh sage at the end of cooking the beans. This gave the beans some sage flavor as well.
Great flavor- my husband and I loved it! We actually only used about a 1/2 cup of pesto to cut down the fat a bit, and it didn't taste like it was missing it at all.
Way too many flavors coming together in one bowl... definitely needs to be scaled down. I suggest leaving out the celery + black olives for starters.. maybe do sauteed onions instead of the fried... that might help this out a bit.
Very good recipe. I substituted a diced sauteed onion for the canned fried onions and omitted the olives.
I love the way the textures mingle in this dish - i reduced the amount of pesto slightly, but otherwise prepared to the letter. Great vegetarian option, will make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
BUSH'S(R) Gnocchi with White Beans and Pesto
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 308
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