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AWESOME sauce for gnocchi! I used a little less gorgonzola and a little more parmesan because that's what I was in the mood for and it was delicious!
Wow, fabulous, so rich and creamy, absolute perfection! I made it exactly as directed, and served it with tomato-flavoured gnocchi. Gnocchi in gorgonzola sauce, heaven on a plate :) I had a small head of broccoli, so chopped it up, cooked it with the gnocchi, and combined everything with the sauce. This was a marvellously decadent supper, a real make again when I want something sinfully rich! Made in loving memory of Annelies and her marvellous recipes.
This is sooo good! I made it to use over whole wheat pasta, with great results. The whole family enjoyed it!
Exquisite!! Put it over home made pumpkin ravioli. Tripled the recipe for a crowd. Used fresh grated Pecorino Romano instead of Parmesan and added some freshly grated nutmeg-it was divine. Kept sauce on warm in small crock pot and held perfectly. For reheats, make sure it's low and slow with rapid whisking to incorporate as it warms. Will definitely separate if reheated too quickly and not whisked. I assure you will not be disappointed. This is incredible--every guest was speechless.
This was absolutely deeeelish!!!! I put it over linquine with chicken and mushrooms and some minced garlic.. My fiance' who is an amazing cook said he could get used to me making dinner if he came home to things like this every night.. Until I told him how fattening it was.. lol.. Thanks for posting.. Will definetely make this again!
Delicious topping for steaks! It's so full of flavor, that I made about 1/4 of the recipe. Just a tablespoon or two on top of grilled steaks was excellent!
Well, I nearly screwed up dinner because I didn't read the directions until after I started cooking. I misread the 45-50 minutes and thought it was seconds! So everything else was done when I realize I still have 45 minutes to go (taught me a good lesson). We waited out the time and boy was I happy we did. My DH and I both loved, loved, loved this sauce. We served over linguine with sauteed chicken and mushrooms. WOW.
Excellent! I did add nutmeg, because I always add it to my white sauces. Otherwise, made it as posted. Thanks for posting!!
Fabulously rich and delish!
Awsome sauce as you can see by the nutrition info - Ha. I always find the best stuff at Zaar. I was looking to duplicate a dish I had at Itailianni's and this sauce made it happen. I added sundried tomatoes and some pecans with a little olive oil and topped some chesse tortellini and blackened chicken with it. Needless to say my guest were blown away. I could have convinced anyone I was a pro with that dish.