Air-fryer gnocchi tots

Air-fryer gnocchi tots

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  • 4
  • Easy
  • Meat-free
  • 5 minutes
  • 15 minutes
  • Woolworths Cherry Cinsault

“These are the perfect snack, starter or side to bangers or roast chicken. For a different take on fish and chips, serve the tots with battered fish and tartare sauce.” - Clement Pedro


  • 400 g Woolworths gnocchi Italian potato dumplings
  • extra virgin olive oil spray
  • 1 heaped T garlic powder
  • salt, to taste
  • 50 g Parmesan, finely grated
  • 1 x 180 g jar Woolworths Romesco sauce

Cooking Instructions

1. Place the gnocchi in a bowl, cover with just-boiled water and set aside for 10 minutes. Drain and allow to steam for a few minutes.

2. Coat the gnocchi with a few sprays of olive oil, then dust with the garlic powder and toss to ensure each piece is well oiled and seasoned.

3. Cook the gnocchi in an air-fryer at 180°C for 15 minutes, then give them a shake and cook for a further 5 minutes.

4. Place the crispy gnocchi in a serving bowl, season lightly with salt to taste and top with the Parmesan, allowing it to melt slightly. Serve with the Romesco sauce, at room temperature or warmed.

Cook's note: Air-fryers are famous for needing less oil than traditional cooking methods, but you do need some oil to get an even, golden colour. Use an olive oil spray to coat your food evenly.

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Photograph: Jan Ras 
Production: Abigail Donnely and Clement Pedro
Food Assistant: Leila-ann Moketedi

@wwtaste These 5-ingredient air-fryer gnocchi pops are absurdly good - and super easy to make. All you need is the @Woolworths SA gnocchi, olive oil spray, your fave seasonings and Parmesan. Find the full recipe at the link in bio. #tiktokthatshau #foodtiktok #easyrecipes ♬ original sound - WWTaste

Clement Pedro Recipe by: Clement Pedro
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Clement Pedro strikes a balance between rib-sticking fare you can really get stuck into and experimental recipes that take accessible ingredients to next-level status. Clem can do pretty much anything – and so can you with his recipes.

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