Delicious Gnocchi All’Arrabbiata recipe which is vegan, gluten-free, and easy to make. This blog post is kindly sponsored by Pomi, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Healthy Gnocchi All’Arrabbiata recipe
Are you a fan of hearty and spicy sauces? If yes, keep reading. Because this Gnocchi All’Arrabbiata sauce recipe is going to be perfect for you. It’s hearty, spicy, fruity, and very tasty. The recipe is furthermore plant-based, gluten-free, and super easy to make. Making the sauce takes actually less than 20 minutes. Easy vegan dinner recipes that taste amazing are my fave and I bet yours too.
Gnocchi vs Pasta
What do you prefer? Pasta or Gnocchi? I actually love both, however, lately I have been obsessed with Gnocchi. These cute mini “potato dumplings” are super tasty and versatile. You can buy store-bought Gnocchi or even make your own. I have been experimenting a lot with gluten-free Gnocchi recipes and recently came up with one protein-rich version that came out pretty amazing. I will need to make it one more time though, just to be sure that the recipe is really perfect.
The Gnocchi which you can see in this blog post are the homemade ones and I really like how they turned out. I will most likely share the recipe on my blog in the near future because I am pretty sure that some of you are interested in a homemade Gnocchi recipe that is vegan AND gluten-free. But until then you can use store-bought Gnocchi which taste great as well.
Gnocchi All’Arrabbiata sauce
Like mentioned before, it takes less than 20 minutes to make this hearty, fruity All’Arrabbiata sauce. I’ve used Pomi’s Chopped Tomatoes which are not only organic but also made in Italy. And we all know that sun-ripened Italian tomatoes are the best. I really love their brand a lot and I can taste that the tomatoes are perfectly ripe and processed immediately after harvesting. This sauce is not only great for Gnocchi All’Arrabbiata, but it’s also amazing for pizza and pasta!
You most likely already have all ingredients at home to make this hearty Gnocchi All’Arrabbiata. The recipe is super simple and done fast. All you need is a package of Gnocchi, chopped tomatoes, a couple of condiments and a skillet. Easy peasy!
This Gnocchi All’Arrabbiata recipe is:
- Easy to make
- Ready in less than 20 minutes
The recipe serves 2-4 (depending on how hungry you are). I managed to “devour” everything (which you can see in the photos) with my boyfriend in one sitting lol. It was sooo yummy! However, vegans always tend to eat quite a lot, at least we do, haha.
If you make this delicious Gnocchi Arrabbiata recipe and maybe even take a photo of it, then I would love to see it. You can DM it to me on Instagram. Don’t forget to tag me in your Insta caption + photo with @elavegan and use the hashtag #elavegan and I will gladly check out your post.
- 500 g gnocchi (store-bought or homemade)
- 750 g chopped tomatoes
- 1/2 tbsp olive oil
- 1 onion chopped
- 3 cloves of garlic minced
- 1/2 tsp salt (or to taste)
- 1/3 tsp pepper (or to taste)
- 1 heaped tsp sugar
- 1/4 to 1 tsp red pepper flakes (*see recipe notes)
- 1 tsp Italian seasoning
- 2 tbsp tomato paste
- 1 bay leaf (optional)
- A splash red wine (optional)
- Fresh herbs to garnish
- Vegan cheese sauce (optional)
- In a pan or skillet heat olive oil over medium heat and add chopped onion. Fry for about 3 minutes, then add garlic and spices, stir with a spoon.
- Next, add the chopped tomatoes and bring to a boil.
- Add one bay leaf (optional), the tomato paste, red wine (optional) and let the sauce simmer over low heat for about 10 minutes. Stir occasionally.
- Meanwhile, cook the gnocchi as per the package instructions.
- Taste the sauce and adjust seasonings as needed. Pour sauce over gnocchi and enjoy! You can add vegan cheese on top (optional). I added my vegan cheese sauce.
- If you don't like it too spicy, add less red pepper flakes.
- Recipe serves 4. Nutrition facts are for one serving.
Nutrition information is an estimate and has been calculated automatically
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I’m making this for the second time, and i’m making a double batch of the sauce to freeze. It is an amazingly flavorful chunky sauce, and i add sprigs of fresh rosemary to it! i’ve told my daughter and daughter in law it’s the best recipe, and so easy too!!! Thank you for posting this!!!
That makes me so happy! I am glad you like the recipe. 🙂
Looking forward to trying this. What do you pair this with? I was thinking to add either shredded spinach or broccoli. Would love your thoughts! Do you eat just this as a meal?
Yes, I often add spinach. But broccoli, zucchini or any other veggies are also a great addition. 🙂
Hello if it’s no trouble are you able to share the gnocchi recipe please?. I appreciate your blog more than I can Express. There are many great Vegan bloggers out there but it’s hard to find gluten free vegan. So I am so so thankful for you!!
Thank you very much, Christine! I will make a separate blog post early January!
Best wishes, Ela
Hi Christine, the gluten-free vegan gnocchi recipe is now live! https://elavegan.com/gluten-free-vegan-gnocchi-recipe
Oh this looks and sounds amazing. I too would LOVE the gnocchi recipe. Store bought is hard to find gluten free with clean ingredients. Thanks so much for your blog!
Thank you, Holly! I didn’t know it’s so hard to buy gluten-free store-bought gnocchi without tons of unhealthy ingredients.
Hello, I have posted the homemade gnocchi recipe today: https://elavegan.com/gluten-free-vegan-gnocchi-recipe
Such a simple and yummy dish Ela! I use Pomi too they’re great!
Thank you, Jess! Yes, their products are amazing. 🙂
Where can I find the recipe for the gnocchi pls?
Rita, I will share the recipe in a different blog post in the future. You can subscribe to my newsletter if you don’t want to miss it. 🙂
I have posted the recipe today: https://elavegan.com/gluten-free-vegan-gnocchi-recipe
Can’t wait to see the gluten free gnocchi recipe! They look so yummy!
You can check it out here: https://elavegan.com/gluten-free-vegan-gnocchi-recipe
Hi! I’ve had a package of gnocchi for ages in my pantry, not knowing what to do with it. Thanks for the inspiration! Was wondering if I could use fresh Roma tomatoes in place of the boxed tomatoes, and if so how many would you suggest?
I am a new subscriber to your blog, your recipes are wonderful. I have been vegan a little over one year now and my large family resents me MIGHTILY, says I’ve joined a CULT (????)
Susan, Wife and
Mother of 8 boys and 1 daughter
Thanks so much for your compliment, Susan! Yes, you can use 750 g (26.5 oz) of fresh tomatoes. 🙂
Ela, thank-you for your prompt reply ❤
What brand of gnocchi did you use?
I’ve only seen one gluten free gnocchi in the store and it wasn’t good.
Hi! I wrote about it in my blog post. They are homemade. 🙂
Oh sorry! I miss read what you’d written.
I look forward to seeing and trying your gluten free gnocchi recipe!! ????
Check out the recipe here: https://elavegan.com/gluten-free-vegan-gnocchi-recipe
I really enjoy your posts. You r great and what you’re doing. ????
Would you be so kind and share the recipe for the gnocchis? The place I live, theres no chance to find them in the store.
I am so glad you enjoy my post, Eva!
I will send you an email.
Much love, Ela ????
I’m also looking for a recipe for homemade gnocchi since I do not buy plastic and gnocchi are always in plastic! Would you mind sharing it? 🙂 also would you have another sauce you’d recommend if you do not eat tomato? Thanks!
Hey, I will share the recipe of the gluten-free gnocchi on either Sunday or Wednesday. So please subscribe to my newsletter, so that you don’t miss it. Also, you could check out this spinach sauce recipe and also this vegan mac and cheese recipe if you don’t eat tomatoes. 🙂