Gnocchi is a traditional Italian dish prepared from potatoes or savory curd dough. In other countries like the Czech Republic or Germany, a similar dish is called dumplings. They are boiled or fried in oil and served as a side dish. Semolina gnocchi is a dessert dish which both adults and children will surely like.
Semolina grits contain almost no fiber, is very quickly prepared and easily digested. This is the only porridge that is digested in the intestines cleansing and stimulating its functioning. Therefore, it is very beneficial for people suffering from intestinal issues.
Being a product of wheat processing, semolina contains all the same beneficial properties as wheat grits. Vegetable protein, group B vitamins, and vitamins A and E contained in it favorably affect all the internal organs and the nervous system. People readily include it in various diets, especially during the postoperative rehabilitation period or after a long illness: it is easily digested, nourishes the body for a long time, and is a low-caloric product with the energy value of 98 kcal per 100 g.
When we hear the word semolina, we immediately imagine the fluid porridge, and sometimes we also think about the lumps in it. Because of this peculiarity, many people have never liked this porridge since the very childhood.
Actually, we can cook a lot more varied dishes than just porridge from this cereal. Using semolina, thick pancakes are fried. Semolina is added to soups and used as breading.
So, we offer you a recipe instructing you how to cook semolina gnocchi – a traditional Italian dessert.
Here are the ingredients you need to make semolina gnocchi:
First, we cook semolina.
IMPORTANT! To avoid the infamous lumps in the porridge, the cereal should be poured into boiling milk very slowly, and it is necessary to stir the porridge all the time while cooking.
Making the base for semolina gnocchi:
How to prepare berry sauce
To prepare the berry sauce, take half a glass of fresh or thawed raspberries, currants, or blueberries and 1 tablespoonful of sugar.
A life hack! To save time while preparing this dessert, make the sauce while the porridge cools down. Then, by the time you start making and frying the gnocchi, you will have everything ready to quickly serve them.
The total cooking time for this dessert is 30 minutes.
Traditionally, semolina gnocchi are served on a pre-warmed plate, garnished with a jam or berry sauce. You can also use honey or maple syrup as a topping, and garnish the dish with a mint sprig on top.
We are sure that you will flatter your loved ones with this dessert dish, especially because it is extremely simple and quickly prepared.
We recommend you to use August TM semolina to cook gnocchi. All the cereals presented by this brand are of high quality supplied by trusted manufacturers and sold in convenient transparent packs.