January 14th 2013By Chavi Sperber

Shlishkes are small potato-based dumplings, popular in Ashkenazic Eastern European cooking. These soft dumplings are traditionally rolled in browned and flavored crumbs. Make this dish non-Gebrokts by using the gnocchi potato dough for the shlishkes, and by replacing the matzo meal with more ground almonds for the crumbs. Or just save this special recipe for the last day of Pesach like I do!


Roasted Tomato Cream Gnocchi

Roasted Tomato Cream Gnocchi

June 17th 2010By joyofkosher

Buy premade gnocchi easily in most stores and then toss it with vegetables and sauce for a hearty, flavorful dinner. If you don't have any gnocchi it can work with any kind of pasta.


Passover Sweet Potato Gnocchi

passover sweet potato gnocchi

February 26th 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

These Gnocchi are not exactly the healthiest thing I ever made, but they are sure are a nice change of pace for Passover and the cream cheese in the dough adds a really nice richness. At least we get a boost of Vitamin A from the sweet potatoes.


Lemon Thyme Gnocchi

Lemon Thyme Gnocchi

December 20th 2010By Chef Laura Frankel

Homemade gnocchi sounds ambitious but is actually very easy. The gnocchi can be made several days ahead of serving and can be stored in the refrigerator. Chef’s hint: be sure to put the potatoes through a ricer while they are still hot but can be handled. The resulting gnocchi will be fluffy and light, not heavy.