Gnudi – Spinach and Ricotta Gnocchi Class

gnudi recipe with dough scraper

I instantly fell in love with gnudi when I first moved to Tuscany. These soft and creamy dumplings (also known as gnocchi) are made with spinach and ricotta, a great pairing of Tuscan cuisine.

A traditional dish of peasant origin, gnudi in Italian means naked. They’re essentially a ravioli filling without the pasta shell, which is why they’re referred to as “undressed.”

In this class, I’ll share my tricks for making perfect, delicate gnudi. We’ll serve them in the traditional way, with butter and sage, to enhance their mild flavor. My personal touch is a bit of lemon zest.

Gnudi make a delicious and filling meal. Don’t be surprised if this recipe becomes a new favorite at your table.


Key Ingredients
– fresh spinach
– fresh, firm ricotta
– Parmigiano cheese
– 00 double zero flour
– nutmeg
– rice flour
– fresh sage leaves


When does this class take place?

The live version of this class has already happened, so now you participate in the class any time you want via our class replay video.

What do I get when I sign up for a class replay?

You’ll gain access to our private class webpage, which includes:
– Class replay video (1 hour+)
– Shopping list
– Kitchen tool recommendations
– Recipe instructions
– Printable PDF versions of the ingredients and recipe

How does it work? Do I need a special program to participate?

Class information and video replays will be hosted on this website. You will set up a password to access these private class pages when you enroll for a class. Further instructions will be included in your confirmation email.

What if I want to sign up for more than one class replay?

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