Spinach, the last little bit of the ground turkey, the cherry tomatoes and the gnocchi.
Last night I chopped up some spinach, cherry tomatoes and one clove of garlic.
A morning meal where I don't have to do any chopping? A very good thing.
I used one whole egg and one egg white and mixed it with the spinach, tomatoes, garlic and browned turkey.
I boiled a few of the gnocchi in salted water and pulled them off to drain as soon as they floated to the top of the water.
I put a pan on medium heat and put in a few drops of olive oil and a 1/2 pat of butter.
The gnocchi went into the pan and I flipped them frequently until they were nicely browned. I also added in a pinch of powdered sage.
They turned out very pretty:
They ended up crunchy on the outside and nice and tender on the inside. And the sage added a really great flavor.
I am really glad to have found another way (other than boiled gnocchi with sauce) to enjoy gnocchi.
I only ended up eating about half of the turkey scramble. I did eat all of the gnocchi :-)