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Basil Ricotta Gnocchi Recipe – How to Make Easy Ricotta Cheese Dumplings ctm magazine



Learn how to make a Basil Ricotta Gnocchi Recipe! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2016/07/basil-ricotta-gnocchi-other-better_8.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this easy Ricotta Cheese Dumplings recipe!

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42 Comments

  • ohbuddyiliketowatch on July 10, 2016

    I love how honest are. lol

  • ohbuddyiliketowatch on July 10, 2016

    perfectly imperfect.

  • Tony Smith on July 10, 2016

    I've watched everything you've made and that is available. I love cooking and I love watching cooking shows. I've been without cable for going on 15 years but have the occasional glance and food network. Cooking channel. You're better than both of those combined. I do love on public broadcast the create channel and some of their stuff. But mostly cause it's essentially free. You still trunk them all in my opinion because of style, wittiness and a balanced mixture of doing one thing again differently and making new or newish things. In my book-hands down- you're the best chef out there. Simply delicious.

  • Diana Choi on July 10, 2016

    yum! how do you think this would do with coconut or almond flour instead?

  • Christina Marie on July 10, 2016

    YES!

  • Trish Smith on July 10, 2016

    My new excuse at work when people ask why things aren't done yet… Chef John told me to "never try to save time!"

  • jon-selby Trupp on July 10, 2016

    Yo, chef. That not a gnocchi, it's gnudi. This is the Demi-glace video all over again! lol

  • Classic Random Hobo on July 10, 2016

    What "crappy" food processor is that??? I actually want one that doesn't juice food. All the major players in the food processor game seem to confuse a glorified blender with a food processor.

  • Josef McKinstry on July 10, 2016

    Love the accent, baayzil ree koe daa neo kee

  • neatkitten on July 10, 2016

    This is 2016; I would be fair to be able to press a button and get the food off the screen, payed for of course;)

  • CookingwithMani on July 10, 2016

    lol "Light and elegant" you say as you pile on the cheese

  • Edoardo Agosti on July 10, 2016

    As an italian, I am impressed. Of all the foreign "learn how to cook italian food" type of channels, this shows proper italian recipes executed in a proper way! plus, your narration is amazing, Good job 🙂

  • Jay on July 10, 2016

    What kind of sauce do you recommend? I think something tomato-y would be nice with the basil?

  • lovepippidy on July 10, 2016

    YASSSSSS! 🙌🏼

  • Eric Dufresne on July 10, 2016

    Love the commentary.  And the recipe also, off course.

  • Deplorable Snowcloud on July 10, 2016

    "Most reasonable people think these are beautiful!" LOL!!

  • Julian Stolz on July 10, 2016

    you referenced Flokie <3 You're amazing.

  • erinn kemp on July 10, 2016

    No Cayane? : (

  • peet tabetha on July 10, 2016

    I just ate this at a Italian Restaurant and I was trying to recreate it… bam! in comes Chef John to help me out. Thank you yet again!

  • Rubashow on July 10, 2016

    Very delicious! But aren't Gnocchi supposed to be potato based?

  • Xatavor on July 10, 2016

    My foodwish: Eggrolls! Or Spring Rolls. Either would be schnazzy.

  • Reginald Rich II on July 10, 2016

    😂😂 why are you so funny?!??

  • 6Diego1Diego9 on July 10, 2016

    chief john don't give af anymore

  • Liv T on July 10, 2016

    Why have I not been watching this channel sooner? So yum yum🐷

  • Nienke Fleur Luchtmeijer on July 10, 2016

    I actually enjoy the more heavy/dense potato kind, that's what I usually love about gnocchi, so this recipe probably isn't for me (although I certainly like the idea of adding basil), but nevertheless it seems like a good recipe
    I think this would go great with some sun-dried tomatoes and dry roasted pine nuts, and perhaps a side of rucola (a.k.a. rocket lettuce) salad with a dressing of balsamic vinegar
    also, the shape you make with the spoons is called a quenelle, sounds fancier than "gnocchi-ish shape dumpling" 😉 🙂

  • Cinnacoffer on July 11, 2016

    How about a recipe with quince frut? It is very popular were i live in

  • xnonsuchx on July 11, 2016

    "So, kids, let that be a lesson to you. Never try to save time!" 🙂

  • An na on July 11, 2016

    and potato? Gnocchi without potato is like Tiramisù without mascarpone

  • Louise Laurenius on July 11, 2016

    Great recipe! In Italy these are not called gnocchi – or dumplings – but gnudi, a word derived from "nudi", meaning "naked" – as is basically just is the filling of a ravioli, without its pasta coating, hence naked filling! 🙂

  • dietolina on July 11, 2016

    To be precise, because we like to be precise, they are not called Gnocchi , they are called Gnudi. Yes I am from Italy and I know stuff.

  • ned993 on July 11, 2016

    Can cream cheese be used instead? Or does it have to be Ricotta?

  • Flothyy90 on July 11, 2016

    They are indeed beautiful.

  • Michael Coussens on July 11, 2016

    Made these yesterday, They were delicious. I added some sautéed onion to the mix. After boiling I browned one batch in butter and another batch I deep fried. Served as a side with Chef John's New Chicken Parm. Both were a fan favorite.

  • Chelsea Cabrera on July 11, 2016

    Your videos are the best! Thank you~

  • Turn on da Tuna on July 11, 2016

    Oooh I tried to make these without basil and with a sage butter sauce last year ! The gnocchi were amazing but I couldn't get the sauce right. Chef John, you wouldn't have a pasta w/ sage sauce recipe somewhere in your book ? 😀

  • Martin C on July 11, 2016

    You took the Instagram food pictures trend to a whole new level

  • Kalifa Still Jace's Mommy on July 11, 2016

    whisk+ spatula = whatula

  • Oridan1 on July 11, 2016

    i like dense and heavy, but that still looks good

  • dogucan on July 12, 2016

    "Never try to save time."
    Best lesson I ever had in my whole life.

  • Naomi Witzke Art on July 12, 2016

    Yum! Could these be made ahead and frozen? If so, would you cook them all the way and then freeze, or would you just form them and then freeze without boiling at all?

  • Dragon Drawn. 105 on July 12, 2016

    Chef john I would like to ask you could you make this video on how to make lasagna cauze other Youtubers don't know how to narrate plz I love lasagna but unfortunately I don't know how to make it.plz

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