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NEW: Giant Pumpkin-Stuffed Gnocchi with Rosemary Butter, Toasted Pumpkin Seeds & Parmesan

The word gnocchi comes from the Italian nocchio, meaning 'knot in wood', and the same root for where Carlo Collodi got the name for his character Pinocchio, a puppet made from wood. Gnocchi have been a staple in Italy since Ancient Roman times, but have changed over time.

These giant gnocchi, for example, are stuffed with beautiful Mantova pumpkin, known across Italy as the king of pumpkins for its sweet flavour and vibrant orange flesh. We provide a rosemary-infused butter to cook the gnocchi in, bringing the aromas of the Italian autumn to your kitchen. Once fried, the giant gnocchi take on a golden hue and a softly crispy exterior. To serve, we supply a scattering of toasted pumpkin seeds, whose rich, nutty flavour perfectly completes the dish.

When we first tasted this dish, it transported us to the Foresta Del Cansiglio, near Venice, where rosemary grows headily in the autumn breeze and pumpkins abound in nearby fields. We hope this dish will bring you just as authentic a taste of Italy in this unique season.

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The word gnocchi comes from the Italian nocchio, meaning 'knot in wood', and the same root for where Carlo Collodi got the name for his character Pinocchio, a puppet made from wood. Gnocchi have been a staple in Italy since Ancient Roman times, but have changed over time.

These giant gnocchi, for example, are stuffed with beautiful Mantova pumpkin, known across Italy as the king of pumpkins for its sweet flavour and vibrant orange flesh. We provide a rosemary-infused butter to cook the gnocchi in, bringing the aromas of the Italian autumn to your kitchen. Once fried, the giant gnocchi take on a golden hue and a softly crispy exterior. To serve, we supply a scattering of toasted pumpkin seeds, whose rich, nutty flavour perfectly completes the dish.

When we first tasted this dish, it transported us to the Foresta Del Cansiglio, near Venice, where rosemary grows headily in the autumn breeze and pumpkins abound in nearby fields. We hope this dish will bring you just as authentic a taste of Italy in this unique season.

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