Gnocchi is an Italian pasta dish made from potatoes, egg and flour. It's simple, but feels gourmet, so you're guaranteed to wow a crowd. Switching up regular potatoes for sweet potatoes gives this dish a pop of colour and the added benefit of vitamin A, which helps in maintaining good eyesight.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 300g serving|
|Energy ||154 kcal |
|396 kcal |
of which saturates
|2.3 g |
|6 g |
of which sugars
|27.8 g |
|71.5 g |
|Fibre||2.7 g ||6.9 g |
|Protein||4.2 g ||10.8 g |
|Salt||0.6 g ||1.5 g |
Sweet potatoes are a great source of dietary fibre, helping to keep the digestive system healthy and regular. They also contain a high amount of beta caretones (vitamin A) in the colouring of the vegetable, which help to maintain healthy eyes and eyesight.
A single tomato provides about 40% of the RDI of vitamin C, which could help to prevent cancer cells from growing. They also contain a large amount of vitamin K which is essential for blood clotting and controlling bleeding. Not bad for a simple sauce!
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