In a large pan I caramelized thin slices of garlic in olive oil. To this I added some red chile flakes and sliced pieces of chicken breast that I cooked until brown. I removed the chicken, deglazed the pan with some white wine and threw in a few handfuls of spinach. At this point I dropped the gnocchi in boiling water and added the chicken back to the pan with some thinly sliced red onion.
To finish the dish I added the cooked gnocchi to the pan along with some cooking water to create a sauce. I added pieces of Spanish goat cheese to give the dish some richness and depth of flavor. I loved that this was relatively quick to put together, but it yields delicious results. Something I will definitely be making again.
It went great with a glass of wine.
oh man, adding that thinly-sliced red onion at the last minute (just enough time to wilt it, but allowing it to retain its bite, i imagine) is a stroke of genius. and those gnocchi look pillowy and delicious.ReplyDelete