Turkey-Sausage Gnocchi Soup

Turkey Sausage-Gnocchi Soup

Hey Nomistas and Nomistos! Just stopping by to share a new soup recipe with you that I recently tried. I was attracted to this Turkey Sausage Gnocchi Soup recipe from Cooking Light because the ingredient list was short and convenient – five easy ingredients (well, six if you count water). And it was tasty! I would recommend using reduced-sodium ingredients when possible (i.e., broth, canned tomatoes) to cut down on salt content.

    • Hot Italian Turkey Sausage
    • Gnocchi
    • Beef Broth + water
    • Canned Tomatoes (Italian-style stewed)
    • Garnish: shredded parmesan cheese

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Store-bought, pre-packaged gnocchi can often be found in both the freezer section, and also in vacuum-sealed room-temperature packages in the pasta aisle. I usually purchase the latter. When we lived at our old apartment, the huz actually made homemade gnocchi one day! It’s unfortunate that I wasn’t food blogger back then, to document the process.

Homemade can be fun, but I also find store-bought gnocchi to be a versatile and convenient ingredient with which to work. Here are a few other recipes I have tried making at home, which utilize packaged gnocchi.

 

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Are you a gnocchi fan?

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4 thoughts on “Turkey-Sausage Gnocchi Soup

    • Gnocchi is really comforting and delicious – I am a fan! Sadly, you may be right though – I can imagine it may be tricky to find a GF version in stores.

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