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Homemade Gnocchi with Peas and Parmesan – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

February 27, 2015




Gnocchi are an Italian classic: small dumplings made with potato. These are paired with peas and Parmesan cheese for a fantastic combination of salty and sweet.

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Yan Dammit
- 5 Years ago

I just tried this, and it turned out awful. Clearly I am no chef.

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patricia ghawi
- 5 Years ago

looks simply delicious, I’m drooling. Chapeau bas Mr Ramsay, Love your
style :)

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Tim Rup
- 5 Years ago

gordon i love your vids but it’d be amazing if you could write the ingreds
down in the description. thanks 

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Michelle Brain
- 5 Years ago

gordon, you are a god. 

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Matt W
- 5 Years ago

I need to make this recipe, it looks fantastic

wow, this is the most mom or aunt like comment I ever made.

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Anthony Schneider
- 5 Years ago

Dear Chef Ramsey,

My name is Anthony, I am 16, and my #1 passion is cooking. Ever since I was
little, I’ve wanted to be a renown gourmet chef, and still to this day it
is my goal. Anyways, you are my absolute favorite chef whom i admire and
respect. One day I hope to meet you and cook something that you would be
impressed by. I sincerely thank you for taking the time to read this and I
would appreciate if you replied.

Yours truly,
Anthony Schneider

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tashlutsa
- 5 Years ago

This looks amazing… love it… and will try it. I admire your way of
cooking and have learned a lot from you. I come from a strong Russian
cooking background with a grandmother and mother that are very passionate
about cooking and love creating amazing dishes … I love sharing my love
and putting love in my food I make. Anyway… Thank you for sharing all
your amazing recipes!! much love to you Chef!! 

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Kaizoku Ou
- 5 Years ago

instruction not clear, now my house is burned to a crisp
can someone help me with legal action? I would like to sue this guy!

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Kameenah
- 5 Years ago

“Gnocchi loves fresh pepper”, what a wanker. 

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Divya Sood
- 5 Years ago

wait what does he say at 1:06, cottage cheese?

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vickisaurusrex
- 5 Years ago

He makes it look so easy

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007blackforest
- 5 Years ago

besides his name and his work, I believe gordon is known for his hand
gestures because I think he’s the only chef who really uses hand gestures
to explain. 

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Varys x
- 5 Years ago

how to cook like ramsay.

1. season everything with salt and pepper
2. fry everything in a hot olive oiled pan
3. add butter
4. add garlic and/or thyme to the dish
5. Finish it off with lemon/lime zest

and there you have every ramsay meal.

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Louu Rag
- 5 Years ago

He doesn’t know a thing about italian cooking! Those are not gnocchis…
Real italian gnocchis are made with flour and potatoes, no eggs or ricotta
added! About 300g of flour for 1kg of boiled potatoes and that’s it.
Plus those are way too big, they have to be much smaller, formed with a
fork to get a nice shape and then thrown in boiling water until they start
to float (which means they’re cooked), don’t put them in a pan afterwords
and when they’re cooked ad some olive oil and salt.
Serve them with anything you like and REAL sliced parmesan, not some weird
looking industrial cheese. If you want to eat italian real gnocchi, try
that, keep it simple ;)

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RealDarkBlade
- 5 Years ago

Just in case some people really need exact amounts:

2 large floury potatoes
50g ricotta cheese
90g plain flour
1 free-range egg, beaten
1 thyme sprig, leaves only
Sea salt and freshly ground white pepper
Grated Parmesan cheese, to serve
FOR THE SAUCE
Olive oil, for frying
Freshly ground black pepper
150g peas, podded if fresh, defrosted if frozen
Butter
1 thyme sprig, leaves only
Zest of 1 lemon 

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Gordon Ramsay
- 5 Years ago

Gnocchi paired with peas and Parmesan cheese for a fantastic combination of
salty and sweet. GR


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Roz Sa
- 5 Years ago

gnocchi fried? really? 

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kilo_yomama
- 5 Years ago

You are one bad ass…if you were to make milkshakes would they bring all
the boys to the yard? I feel like your gonna call me an ass for that…

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Lavitzxd
- 5 Years ago

He had me until the peas :S

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thatsester
- 5 Years ago

gnocchi are not fried!!

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Marcus Galvão
- 5 Years ago

Don’t add too much flower. Now flower your hands. And the gnocchi. And the
board. And your knife. And the gnocchi. And the pan. And the gnocchi.

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Rose Noire
- 5 Years ago

Gordon’s recipes are like diamonds. Only when precise conditions are met,
carbon will turn into diamonds. Same for Gordon’s recipes. If you skip
steps and ingredients you’ll be left with disgusting carbon instead of
diamonds. It’s a very delicious meal, I enjoyed it a lot. The flavors are
not very traditionals though. But that’s the case with most Michelin chefs.

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Elham Sindi
- 5 Years ago

This is a mouth watering recipe . Thanks

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Vladimir Makarov
- 5 Years ago

its amazing how he is messing around with flour in a black shirt and
manages to keep it clean xDDD he got some holy protection shield around
him!!! xD

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PixelBrainMush
- 5 Years ago

Season my Gnocchi?

Ain’t nobody got thyme for dat

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