It’s not like I didn’t warn you… Here is another recipe from the world of ramson! Sorry for the lack of variation in ingredients, but once you buy it, you need to use it pretty quickly. Otherwise it will wilt, and I am not a fan of food waste… The recipes are quite different in taste though, so I hope the repetition is forgiven 🙂
This Mediterranean dish came to my mind just out of the blue, but I liked it pretty much, even though I didn’t have a recipe! It was an experiment, and you could argue, that Italian cuisine (gnocchi) and Greek cuisine don’t really work together, but I think this case is an exception. But since every element in itself was very tasty, feel free to combine them with whatever you like! To my surprise, the ramson changed its taste a lot in the frying pan, so if you want to keep the classic garlicky taste, add the ramson only at the end.
Ingredients (serves 2):
|For the Gnocchi:||For the Tsatsiki:|
|200 g Gnocchi||100 g yoghurt|
|40 g ramson||1 zucchini|
|50 g butter||40 g ramson|
|100 g cocktail tomatoes||1 tbsp olive oil|
|1 handful walnuts||salt, pepper|
Grate the zucchini and season with salt. Wash and chop the ramson finely for both tsatsiki and gnocchi. Add half of the ramson to the zucchini, put the other half aside. Pour off the zucchini juice that has gathered in the meantime. Add yoghurt and olive oil and season the tsatsiki with salt and pepper. Melt the butter, together with a bit of olive oil in a pan. Add the gnocchi and once they turn color the ramson. At last, add the walnuts and the cocktail tomatoes and fry for some more minutes.
Tip: Serve with freshly grated parmesan for an even more Mediterranean culinary experience 🙂