Italian Gnudi Recipe // Ricotta And Spinach Dough Balls

This delicious recipe for gnudi are tasty ricotta cheese dumplings loaded up with spinach and parmesan cheese and are served …


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  1. Good job. I make only one suggestion, cut one of those in half, into a slow-mo so we can see what it looks like in the middle of it. At the end you just took a bite and walked away, which is your trademark. But for every item you make make sure you do a reveal, cut it in half so we can see inside

  2. Looks amazing… I’ve tried making Gnudi a few times. Once they came out GREAT but after that they simply disintegrated in my water 😞. I’m going to attempt them one more time! Thanks for this video!

  3. My Italian grandmother used to make these for us all the time and she would serve them with her Bolognese sauce. Absolutely delicious. Thanks fo sharing your recipe!

  4. Thanks for the video! Made the recipe with only 2 eggs (instead of 6) and 0.5-1 cup of flour (instead of 3) and it turned out well, just in case people are wanting to trim down on carbs.

  5. Your gnudi looks very good. I especially like how dense they look. My usual recipe has egg yolks instead of the whole egg and I think the extra binder helps hold it together better

  6. I just made my first batch. I took them out of the water as soon as they floated up. But, the insides were still a little wet. Is that ok, or should I have left them to cook a little longer? Is it possible to leave them in the water too long? BTW, love your videos and your presentation. Next up on my list is the Cherry Clafoutis and the Smothered Pork Chops.

  7. What is that pot you use with the strainer basket in it? I’ve watched a bunch of your videos today (new subscriber – hi!) and I keep seeing it, and I want one!

  8. Look good my husband is allergic to tomato can you guive the recipe the brown. Butter w sage you said in this video I really love how you explain so well

  9. When you put eggs in with everything else, couldn’t you mix them before putting them in? I always do this when I make pancakes so that I don’t have to worry about and yolk pieces hanging about but I’ve never thought about it that much.

  10. I love your channel. 💗💗 Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I miss my Italian grandparents so much. My Nonno always said food is love. He also said your too skinny your momma doesn’t feed you. Then he saw how much I could eat. 🤣🤣 I cant do that anymore.

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