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Delmaine Potato Gnocchi

400g

Technically not filled pasta, Gnocchi is actually rolled potato or pumpkin in a shaped form. Quick to cook and unique in flavour and texture, Gnocchi offers an alternative that can be used in the same way as any other pasta. Although slightly harder to cook, the resulting flavour and appearance makes Gnocchi a table pleaser.

  • Use Gnocchi as a 'potato top' for pies and stews.
  • No Artificial colurs or flavours
  • Suitable for Vegetarians
  • Quick ideas; Bake gnocchi in a pasta sauce or with oils/butters and herbs and spices for a tasty potato side dish. After boiling gnocchi drain them and fry up with onions, bacon, prawns and chicken. Use cooked gnocchi as a topping for potato top pie.
  • Contains wheat and/or grain products containing gluten.

COOKING INFORMATION

Drop the gnocchi into a pot containing 10-12 cups of boiling water. Keep on the boil until the gnocchi rise to the surface -about 1 minute, or for a maximum of 2 minutes. Drain, and serve hot immediately, with a Delmaine Fresh Pasta Sauce.

  • Delmaine Code: 262
  • Size: 400g
  • Pack Size: 6
  • Country of Origin: NZ
  • Storage Conditions: Keep sealed and below 4.C at all times, or can be frozen past use by, cook from frozen
  • Best Before/Use By: Use By
  • Unopened Shelf Life: 84
  • Open Shelf Life: 3 days

INGREDIENTS

Potato Puree (71%) [water, potato flakes [Potato, Emulsifier (471), Stabiliser (450), Acidity Regulator (330), Preservative (223), Antioxidant (320)), Potato Starch], Durum Semolina (wheat), Flour (wheat), Egg, Salt, Wheat Fibre, Preservative (200), Herbs, Spices.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Serving Size: 115g (cooked) Servings per Pack: 4

Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100g
ENERGY 1410kj 935kJ
PROTEIN 10.3g 6.9g
FAT, TOTAL 1.3g <1g
SATURATED <1g <1g
CARBOHYDRATE 58.5g 39.0g
SUGARS <1g <1g
SODIUM 204mg 136mg

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