Black Pepper Gnudi With Peas and Mint
What’s a gnudi, you ask? Think of it as a lighter, fluffier version of gnocchi, with a hefty serving of delicious ricotta cheese in the dough. In fact, gnudi is a reference to the filling inside a ravioli; these dumplings have just enough flour to thicken the cheese into a dumpling. Take note! When the gnudi are cooking, keep an eye on the water—you’re looking for just barely simmering, since a rolling boil will make them fall apart. Eat these fresh out of the pot, so that they don’t become gummy.