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Day after Thanksgiving Brown Butter Broccoli and Sweet Potato Gnocchi

Megan Ostler, Michelle Alley

TOTAL TIME:45 min

Have you ever had that favorite dish at a restaurant that was the only thing you ever ordered...and then they stopped making it?! I get so upset when this happens, and it totally happened to me with this dish. Thankfully, I was able to replicate it, and it was so worth it—it’s absolutely mouthwatering! Plus, you can use some of your Thanksgiving leftovers to create it. This recipe has quickly become a family favorite, and they always look forward to it on the day after Thanksgiving!

PREP TIME:20 min
COOK TIME:25 min
TOTAL TIME:45 min
SERVES:4
Ingredients

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          Nutrition per serving
          430 CALS
          14 G
          54 G
          18 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          430
          From Fat
          160
          Total Fat
          18g
          28%
          Saturated Fat
          9g
          45%
          Trans Fat
          0g
          Cholesterol
          150mg
          50%
          Sodium
          570mg
          27%
          Total Carbohydrate
          54g
          18%
          Dietary Fiber
          5g
          20%
          Sugar
          7g
          Protein
          14g
          Directions
          1. In a medium bowl, mix together the sweet potatoes, eggs, and flour.
          2. Knead for about 5 minutes or until it has dough-like texture.
          3. On a floured surface, divide the dough into three balls.
          4. Using your hands, roll out each ball into a long rope.
          5. Use the prongs of a fork to make small indentations in the rope.
          6. Then cut it into ½-inch pieces. You can also use a gnocchi roller, if you have one.
          7. Fill a large pot with water and bring it to a boil.
          8. Add ⅓ of the gnocchis to it.
          9. They’ll sink to the bottom, then rise to the top.
          10. Once they’re floating at the top, cook for an additional 3 minutes.
          11. Set aside, then repeat with the remaining batches of gnocchi.
          12. While gnocchi is cooking, brown the butter in a large pot.
          13. Add garlic, sage, and broccoli.
          14. Sauté until fragrant and tender—about 5 minutes.
          15. Add gnocchi, salt, and pepper.
          16. Toss together.
          17. Top with Parmesan cheese.
          Nutrition per serving
          430 CALS
          14 G
          54 G
          18 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          430
          From Fat
          160
          Total Fat
          18g
          28%
          Saturated Fat
          9g
          45%
          Trans Fat
          0g
          Cholesterol
          150mg
          50%
          Sodium
          570mg
          27%
          Total Carbohydrate
          54g
          18%
          Dietary Fiber
          5g
          20%
          Sugar
          7g
          Protein
          14g

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