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Recipe by Rena Tuchinsky

One-Pot Creamy Chicken and Gnocchi (Dairy Free)

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Meat Meat
Easy Easy
6-8 Servings
Allergens

Contains

- Gluten - Wheat
1 Hour
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Based off a popular recipe originally called “Marry Me Chicken,” this all-in-one-pot meal may not solve the shidduch crisis, but it will make your family very happy!

For more great cooking, watch Supper, Again?!

Ingredients

One-Pot Creamy Chicken and Gnocchi

  • 8 boneless skinless chicken thighs or pargiyot

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil

  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic or 3 cubes Dorot Gardens Frozen Garlic

  • 1/2 tablespoon paprika

  • 1/2 tablespoon oregano

  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper

  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Directions

1.

Heat the olive oil and garlic in a pot on medium heat till fragrant. Add the chicken to the pot in an even layer.

2.

In a small bowl, combine the spices. Shake half of the spices over the chicken, then flip the chicken to cook on the spiced side for two minutes. Add the rest of the spices over the chicken as well as the sliced sundried tomatoes. Flip the chicken again to cook on the other side.

3.

Cover the chicken with the frozen spinach and gnocchi. Next, add the full can of coconut milk over the top. Cover and cook on a simmer for 20 minutes. Uncover and continue cooking for an additional five minutes.

4.

Remove from heat and add in the lemon juice. Mix, then serve.

One-Pot Creamy Chicken and Gnocchi (Dairy Free)

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D E
D E
6 days ago

I watched the video – Rena’s videos make me in the mood of cooking supper!- and it looked so good and different but not too different so I had to try it. It was really simple to make, didn’t take long to cook and smelled amazing. and best part: My family loved it! (my grocery didn’t have sundried tomatoes so I subbed for a bit of tomato paste and it was very good and prob less exotic which works for my family.)

Nechama
Nechama
1 month ago

Can I make this dish with rice?

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Miri
Miri
3 months ago

Can I use chocolate flavor coconut milk?

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Gavi
Gavi
3 months ago

Delicious! Used fresh chicken tender cuts, almond plain milk, subbed fresh Roma tomatoes chopped and fresh spinach torn into pieces. The family ate it up with some home made tomato garlic focaccia bread. This will definitely be in rotation.

Avigael Levi
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Reply to  Gavi
3 months ago

We admire your creativity with this recipe! Keep it up 🙂

chaya goldberg
chaya goldberg
3 months ago

can I use chicken breast?

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Gavi
Gavi
Reply to  chaya goldberg
1 month ago

I used chicken breasts cut into tenders (about a pound for my small family) and it worked for me.

esther Retek
esther Retek
3 months ago

Where can I find sundried tomatoes in Israel?

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Miri
Miri
4 months ago

A winner recipe was absolutely delicious !

shani nissel
shani nissel
4 months ago

I made this with soy milk instead of coconut milk. One commenter said she tasted the coconut and my family doesn’t like coconut at all, so I didn’t want to chance it. We also don’t like sundried tomatoes but I wanted to have some of the tomato flavor so I mixed 1-2 TBPS of tomato paste into the coconut milk. It was delicious!

Rena
Rena
Reply to  shani nissel
4 months ago

That’s great! Glad you made it work for your family!

Soroh Wolk-Yudkowsky
Soroh Wolk-Yudkowsky
4 months ago
Tehilla Ferres
Tehilla Ferres
4 months ago

can I use thin chicken cutlet instead ? if yes what would the adjusted cooking time be?

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Love food
Love food
4 months ago

This is absolutely delicious! Full of flavor. I actually do taste the coconut but I don’t mind it.
thanks rena!

Rena
Rena
Reply to  Love food
4 months ago

I slightly tasted it and when I asked everyone else they didn’t but maybe that’s because I knew it was in there 😂 either way glad you enjoyed!!

Chani Pleeter
Chani Pleeter
4 months ago

does the coconut milk add taste? If so, What can I replace it with?

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Joshua
Joshua
4 months ago

Beyond amazing.

tamar
tamar
4 months ago

my family doesnt like tomatoes any kind. if i put in a net bag will i still get the taste? i would love to have it in there. what about spinach i dont use it in my house as well. is it ok if i leave it out. if not i could try to use a little and see how it goes over

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Reply to  tamar
4 months ago

You can substitute herbs (cilantro, parsley, basil) instead of spinach and tomato paste might be a good alternative for actual tomatoes. Tomato paste adds so much flavor to a dish without adding a strong tomato flavor.

Beth Baker
Beth Baker
4 months ago

Can this be made with fresh spinach or kale instead of frozen spinach?

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Avigael Levi
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Reply to  Beth Baker
4 months ago

One hundred percent!

Miriam Kellner
Miriam Kellner
4 months ago

Where can you get gnocchi in Israel?

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Atara
Atara
Reply to  Miriam Kellner
4 months ago

Osher ad usually have and seen it in many other supermarkets too

Deborah Levi
Deborah Levi
Reply to  Miriam Kellner
4 months ago

My daughter makes her own.

Aliza Mervis
Aliza Mervis
4 months ago
Chaya Jaffe
Chaya Jaffe
4 months ago

Will this recipe work if I leave out the sundried tomatoes?

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Avigael Levi
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Reply to  Chaya Jaffe
4 months ago

Yes, but we strongly recommend using them- the sundried tomatoes add so much flavor and color to this dish.

Miri
Miri
Reply to  Chaya Jaffe
3 months ago

I did it without since my family doesn’t like and it came out out of this world.