This is an easy recipe for crispy roasted vegan Gnocchi with garlic mushrooms. These small potato dumplings are quick and easy to make gluten-free and so delicious!
Crispy Gnocchi with Garlic Mushrooms
Hi my dears, today I want to share a simple and delicious recipe for Crispy Roasted Vegan Gnocchi (potato dumplings) that is definitely one of my absolute favorite dishes. I make this easy recipe so often and it never gets boring.
For any reason, some people think Gnocchi are noodles, but actually, they are small potato dumplings. They’re just made of potatoes and a little bit of flour plus starch that helps the potato dumplings don’t fall apart. The classic Gnocchi recipe contains also eggs but if you make my recipe for Homemade Vegan Gnocchi, there are no eggs required! You can easily prepare your own and even vegan Gnocchi which taste as delicious as the regular classic potato dumplings.
Homemade Vegan Gnocchi from Scratch
I definitely prefer to make these potato dumplings from scratch, since they taste much better in my opinion when they’re homemade. Also, I know which ingredients they contain because I can choose them. It’s also possible to make this Vegan Gnocchi gluten-free. Instead of all-purpose flour, you can substitute a gluten-free flour blend.
Click here for the recipe: Homemade Gnocchi (vegan)
I usually prepare more of this delicious potato dumplings and then freeze them in batches, so that I always have some on hand when I want to serve a quick and easy dinner or lunch.
Easy Gnocchi Stir-fry
I like Vegan Gnocchi best when they’re crispy pan-fried with mushrooms, garlic, and pine nuts. Also, my beloved basil pesto is a perfect addition to this easy recipe. If you want to serve this dish with other vegetables, you can head over my recipe for my Vegan Gnocchi vegetable stir-fry.
However, these potato dumplings taste also very good when they’re just cooked. You can serve them with a delicious juicy tomato sauce (such as this creamy “cashew tomato sauce“) or my beloved Vegan Mac and Cheese sauce. It’s really a dish to die for and so easy to make!
More quick and easy vegan skillet dishes to try
- Mexican One-Pot Pasta
- Vegan Paella
- Quinoa Veggie Stir-fry
- Thai Pineapple Fried Rice
- Kimchi Fried Rice
- Mushroom Pasta
- Asian Noodle Stir-fry
- Creamed Spinach Pasta
But now let’s start with the recipe! Give this gnocchi recipe a try and feel free to let me know what is your absolute favorite ingredient for a delicious stir-fry. You’re also welcome to post a picture on Instagram and tag me @biancazapatka so I won’t miss your amazing remakes.
Crispy Gnocchi with Garlic Mushrooms (Vegan)Author:
- 300 g vegan gnocchi
- 1 red onion
- 1 garlic clove
- 250 g mushrooms
- 2 tbsp olive oil or other oil
- salt and pepper to taste
Toppings (of choice):
- pine nuts
- basil pesto
- fresh basil or other herbs of choice
- vegan parmesan or nutritional yeast flakes
- Prepare Homemade Gnocchi according to this recipe (or use store-bought Gnocchi).
- Peel and chop onion and garlic. Clean and slice mushrooms.
- Heat some oil in a non-stick pan over medium-high heat and cook the gnocchi for about 5-10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Add garlic, onions and mushrooms and roast for further 5-10 minutes until golden-brown and crispy. Season with salt and pepper.
- In the meantime toast pine nuts in another pan without adding additional oil.
- Serve your roasted gnocchi with the pesto and sprinkle toasted pine nuts, fresh basil (or other herbs of choice) and vegan parmesan on top as desired.
- Enjoy! 🙂
- You could also use Sweet Potato Gnocchi to make this recipe.
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Here’s another version of the recipe – made with ravioli instead of gnocchi:
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