Italian “gnudi” are quite similar to gnocchi – soft dough dumplings typically served as an Italian “primo piatto” or first course. The only difference is that gnudi are made with ricotta cheese, while gnocchi are typically made with potato. Made of a mixture of ricotta, Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, spinach, and semolina flour, these dumplings are tender and pillowy, traditionally served with tomato sauce or dressed with butter and sage. Buon appetito!
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