Limit your leftovers this autumn with this simple and easy homemade gnocchi. This recipe stars pumpkin as the base of your dish, adding wholesome warmth and vibrant colour, whilst complementing flavours of fresh sage as an evergreen ingredient.
Even if you are not carving pumpkins this October, pumpkin can make a fantastic addition to your recipes and can be purchased from our Doddington Farm Shop. Be sure to pick carefully though, as not all pumpkins are edible!
Alternatively, butternut squash can also make for a fantastic substitute for pumpkin. Still providing all the hearty flavours and textures loved by autumn squash.
|50g||Pecorino Romano or grated mozzarella|
|1||Free range egg (beaten)|
|200g||Plain flour (extra to dust)|
|1 tsp||Olive Oil|
|1 small bunch||Fresh sage|
The Doddington Wine Shop has a wonderful range of wines from independent wineries across the globe that can perfectly accompany any dish.
For this recipe, we highly recommend a Chateau Des Antonins, to add a fresh and bright accompaniment to complement the warming flavours of your Pumpkin and Sage Gnocchi.
“Growing up at Doddington, eating seasonal produce from the Kitchen Garden and farm was the only thing I knew. I learnt to cook using what was on hand here as the seasons passed and my love of cooking and good food stems from this. I strongly believe that the fresh, good quality ingredients are the foundation of delicious food.”