Gnocchi Soup

2016 Food, Food

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picked up some bruised heirloom tomatoes at the farmer’s market for a steal and came up with this Gnocchi Soup on the fly to use the tomatoes quickly.

I cooked bacon in a skillet, removed the slices and chopped them up. In the same skillet (I did drain some of the bacon fat) I mixed the chopped up heirloom tomatoes with a bit of water/stock (I used water since I the bacon grease as added flavor), and tomato paste to thicken it.

Simmer the sauce for a 5-10 minutes until the flavors have infused. I tossed in gnocchi and fresh chopped cilantro and simmer for another 5 minutes.

Bon Appetit!

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