Gnocchi Recipe – Hairy Dumplings with Gardein Beefless Tips

Gnocchi Recipe Hairy Dumplings with Gardein Beefless Tips

Hairy Dumplings with Gardein Beefless Tips

I had to find Gardein recipes because there were some Gardein Beefless Tips that we were hungry for and so I searched some vegan blogs and found a very interesting recipe called Hairy Dumplings. What? Repeat that! Hairy Dumplings? Hunh? Yes, indeed. Hairy Dumplings. This is not really a Gardein recipe per se, but one I added Gardein to with amazing results. The dumplings are really gnocchi and gosh, it is so hard for me to follow recipes exactly (does anyone else have this problem?), so I added a couple of my own touches.

The recipe is from Elisabeth’s vegan blog at Czech Vegan in America and uses gnocchi and sauerkraut. I know it sounds kind of odd at first, but my girlfriend and I LOVED it so much we were wishing we had leftovers! Apparently, it is a family recipe that her grandma and great-grandma make with dumplings and she modified it with the potato gnocchi instead of dumplings.

Gnocchi Recipe Hairy Dumplings with Gardein Beefless Tips

Gardein Recipes Love the Onions!

Now see I usually like my gnocchi recipes to include a vegan pesto or extra virgin olive oil, garlic, and some vegan Parmesan cheese, maybe a little tomato. So, when I read it and saw sauerkraut with gnocchi, I was a little uncertain about that combo. Don’t get me wrong, I love sauerkraut, but I was little hesitant to try it. But, the Czechs really know what they are doing and the ground caraway seeds add a delicious flavor. An added bonus is that it is easy and only takes about 20 minutes to make. I think Elisabeth should submit this one to the Gardein recipes section on their website. Thanks Elisabeth for allowing me to share this and for the great meal that we will have again and again.

If anyone tries this I would love to hear your comments. I’ve never actually tried any of the Gardein recipes from their website. Have you? Do you have a favorite? Do you have a killer gnocchi recipe I should try? Let me know. :)

Don’t have Gardein? Well, you can make it without it and it would still be awesome or you could try adding seitan instead. It just so turns out that the Beefless Tips were a perfect pairing with this recipe. Enjoy.

~* The Funky Vegan

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 22 minutes

Servings: 2

Ingredients:

1 16-ounce package vegan gnocchi
2 cups sauerkraut
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
2 teaspoons ground caraway seeds
2 teaspoons sugar
1/3 teaspoon salt
1-1/2 cups water
1 small onion, cut into thin circles

~*My additions*~
1 9-ounce package Gardein Beefless Tips
1/2 teaspoon dill
1/2 teaspoon black pepper, freshly ground
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

Directions: Prepare this Hairy Dumplings recipe from Czech Vegan In America and the Gardein Beefless Tips according to package directions. Put the dill and the black pepper into the sauerkraut. When done, add the Gardein, top with the onions, and drizzle 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil over the top, then serve. Prepare to be blown away.

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6 Responses to Gnocchi Recipe – Hairy Dumplings with Gardein Beefless Tips

  1. Hmmmm, sounds like awesome comfort food to me! Reminds me a bit of my husband’s vegan version of Hungarian goulash (with seitan).

    I’ve only used Gardein a few times. I really want to try Field Roast.

  2. Thank you so much for making my recipe and blogging about it! And thank you for the compliments :-) I will try it next time with the dill addition and Beefless Tips :-) However, it is oily enough for me so no additional oil for me :-)
    By the way if you like goulash I have a cool recipe that uses Gardein Beefless Tips on my blog.

    • You’re welcome Elisabeth! The pleasure is all mine. Actually, I think the pleasure was all in our tummies. Goulash-goulash-goulash! There’s that word again. :) I may have to try the goulash. What a wonderful word. I may have to name my son Goulash, if we have kids. Lol. :)

  3. Goulash McFly sounds kind of cool. LOL and if you have a daughter you can name her Paprika or Olive (as for olive oil) :-)

  4. Looks amazing. I love kraut – cabbage’s ideal form! Gnocchi is the only thing I seem unable to make from scratch – so if you find a good recipe I’d love to know about it!

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