Baked Pesto Pork Meatballs with Creamy Gnocchi
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Ground pork meatballs are seasoned with Alessi pesto and served with gluten free gnocchi tossed in a creamy bacon porcini mushroom sauce makes for a delicious and elegant main dish. Simple to make, economical and it puts the wow factor into your home cooked meal!
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I made these baked pesto pork meatballs with pastured ground pork, Alessi Pesto and gluten free breadcrumbs. Then I baked them on a parchment lined baking sheet at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. While the meatballs were baking, I made a creamy sauce using milk, half and half, uncured bacon, porcini mushroom powder (made by grinding Alessi dried porcini mushrooms) and garlic. I tossed the cooked Alessi gluten free gnocchi in the sauce and served it with some of the baked pesto pork meatballs. Then I drizzled the meatballs and pasta with Alessi balsamic reduction. SO GOOD!
For the Meatballs For the Gnocchi (make while the meatballs are baking) Serve
For the Meatballs
For the Gnocchi (make while the meatballs are baking)