CoraBella Gnocchi | Triumph Dining Product Review

3082097703Cuisine Cube has done it again. They’ve sent me something gluten-free that I haven’t seen before. This time it was CoraBella gluten-free gnocchi.

Gnocchi is a small dumpling-like pasta that’s traditionally made with potato and wheat flour. I’ve suspected that this would be easy to convert into a gluten-free version but I’ve never actually seen one nor have I been curious enough to try to make it from scratch. This pasta was tender and chewy and held together. It’s heavier than typical pasta, so for me, the serving size is smaller.  

The CoraBella gnocchi came in a 1 lb. shelf stable, vacuum-sealed package imported from Italy. They are made mostly from rice flour and potato starch. They cooked very quickly in a pot of boiling water. I served them topped with store bought vodka sauce and shredded Parmesan cheese. I added steamed broccoli and tomato mozzarella salad on the side for a colorful, well rounded meal. My gluten-eating guests liked the gnocchi as much as those of us with food restrictions and the meal was super quick to prepare.

This is a new product I will happily add to my list of quick weeknight meals. To purchase visit the stock up section of CuisineCube.com.


5 thoughts on “CoraBella Gnocchi | Triumph Dining Product Review”

  1. Gnocchi are probably the best gluten-free pasta that tastes and behaves as close to the original as can be. They are very satisfying. But eat them all up when cooked as they tend to get hard and not reheat very well.

  2. The potato gnocchi are made with wheat flour? How can this be gluten free? Any GF certifications? The bag was too small to read the ingredients. Is there anyway you could forward that information?

    Thank you in advance,
    Pauline Capece

  3. Delicious and satisfying. The perfect chewy starch to offset a spicy, meaty marinara sauce. It may poison my immune system, but unless it knocks me out of my chair, I don’t care. I’m going to die from something. I don’t want it to be boring food.

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