Using shop-bought gnocchi makes this comforting, rustic dish ready in less time than it takes to heat up a ready-made meal. If you're feeling up to it, try making homemade gnocchi, which is more time consuming, but not at all difficult.
I loved this (5 stars!) but hubs not as much (3 stars), but then he's not a fan of gnocchi in the first place. I am, and I thought this sage-butter sauce was perfect with it. I didn't measure seasonings exactly, just to my own taste. What I'd love to try next time is to subtley brown the butter and use fresh sage. Great dish, however, just as is, keeping mind that seasoning measurements are useful as a guide, but don't have to be strictly adhered to! - 26 May 2009 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This was soooo good! I tripled the recipe and followed it exactly, except that I poured the sauce into a bowl with the gnocchi and tossed it because I had too much gnocchi for the pan. I've only had gnocchi with regular spaghetti sauce before and did not care for it, but I LOVED this! Great with a salad and garlic bread. Thanks for sharing! P.S. I used freshly minced garlic and I think that really adds a lot of flavor - 21 Apr 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I cut the recipe in half and used 1 (16 oz) package of gnocchi. It fed my husband and I and two small portions for my toddlers. - 23 Jun 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)