Oh sure, you’ve had gnocchi before, but not like this. Chef Gerald Hirigoyen of San Francisco’s Piperade restaurant gives you all the fixin’s to make his delectable Parisian-style gnocchi in your own home. The pillow-like pasta are made with pâte à choux dough so they oh-so soft. They’re tossed with sweet peas, tender edamame, and salty prosciutto, then finished with a rich cream sauce. A sprinkle of cheese and a quick zesting of fresh lemon give it the final touch.
Two pans, three steps, 15 minutes, and dinner for two has never been so good.
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