After having gnocchi with gorgonzola sauce in Florence, I knew I wanted to re create it at some point. This gnocchi is baked in a creamy blue cheese sauce that is the perfect comfort food. I used a smoked blue cheese, but you can use any type of blue cheese you like. Making the gnocchi takes a little extra time, but store bought gnocchi can definitely be substituted. This dish is great for the upcoming chilly nights as a main dish but would also be a great side for steak or chicken. Advertisements
Happy New Year everyone! I can’t believe it’s been a year already and PGC is one! I want to thank everyone who reads my blog and that has subscribed. It really does mean a lot. I wanted to recreate my first post of the lobster alfredo since it was just a picture without the recipe. I had this planned out for a long time and then what? I get sick! So this post is going up a little later than expected and the end result is not exactly how I planned it.
Yes, it is just as delicious as it looks! I absolutely love ravioli and who doesn’t love truffle? With just a few ingredients you can make a fast delicious dish that you won’t be able to get enough of! One key ingredient is salsa tartufata. It’s a mix of mushroom, truffle, olives, and oil. It is can be tossed just straight out of the jar with pasta, or used as a spread for sandwiches and bruschetta. In this recipe, I made a simple cream sauce for pasta, but it would also be great over chicken. I bought a small jar of salsa tartufata containing summer truffle from Italy, but I have listed a link below for online purchasing if you are not able to find it locally. Also, I am working on a video for this recipe, but in the meantime, check out my YouTube channel for some other videos if you haven’t already.
After making the stuffed french toast I had a little mascarpone left over. I wanted to use the rest so I wouldn’t be tempted to make french toast another day! This is a really quick dish to whip up when you don’t have a lot of time.