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You must be on something to come up with this! ;-) Gnocchi with adobo is strange enough to imagine, but UBE gnocchi with adobo??? I have never had ube in a savory dish. But hey, most Americans have never had avocado as dessert, so who's to say ube wouldn't work this way? I have to say, the ube gnocchi with butter sounds interesting.

But, really...HOW did you think of making gnocchi from ube?

Wow--that is a crazy dish that I might just have to try...if I can find purple yam in NYC. I DO love all things ube.

As a new reader to your blog I have two suggestions for chicken adobo: use half soy sauce and half patis instead of all soy sauce. Whaddya think? Secondly, I cook collard greens in the adobo 'sauce' to eat with the chicken. The bitter greens can really stand up to the strength of adobo. AND--I'm going to have to try using cider vinegar--what a good idea!

That's an interesting "must try at least once" gnocchi with butter and sage.
BTW, where did you get your absinthe?:D

Katrina, it is strange isn't it? I was afraid I'd get the stink eye for this post;) I think we usually think of Ube as a dessert because that is always how it is served. But for this gnocchi, there is no sugar in the recipe, so the only sweetness comes from the yam itself, and that is a very mild sweetness. I do admit though, good ol' steamed rice is always best with adobo. I actually came up with this idea while I was making my Ube ice cream. After I steamed and mashed the Ube, I started thinking of different preparations for potato dishes. And gnocchi sprang to mind!

Hello Penelope. I'm not sure about the patis/soy combo as patis is much more salty than soy (at least to me it seems more salty). I must say though, I love the idea of collard greens with adobo sauce! That's a great idea!

oggi, yes, it's good to try everything once;) And I still have an old bottle of absinthe a friend of mine brought back from Europe. Although nowadays, absinthe is completely legal in the U.S.

How about this recipe that you and I have enjoyed together and fits perfectly into this blog:

2 parts vodke
1 part absinthe
ice

Mix in martini shaker. Pour into martini glass. Enjoy. Hallucinate.

And, by the way, you're welcome for the absinthe from Europe. It's not as much fun sneaking it back into the country when it's now legal here.

I have never had purple yam gnocchi - much less have it with adobo.They look delicious. I'm off to check out your adobo recipe - can it be better than mine ;)?

Marvin,
Your wife is a lucky, lucky woman! My favorite color and my favorite pasta all in one! How did you know? :)

Will the ube go well with a cream sauce like alfredo? Perhaps with lobster or shrimp? Yumm!!

Man, you and Wandering Chopsticks have been giving me awesome ideas. You cooking gods, you! It's quite striking that purple...I bet little kids will clamor to eat it. I mean they eat Play-Doh right?!

i love your creativity with the humble ube. butter and sage happen to be my favourite pasta and gnocchi dressing. will have to try that with ube gnocchi once.

That's awesome! I've heard about and seen purple potatoes but I've never had one. How creative to make gnocchi out of them! Do they taste different?

Marvin, these are awesome and I love the colour!

I had dinner last night with some food bloggers whose blogs you've been reading (and who've also been reading your blog), and we talked about how we so enjoy reading Burnt Lumpia because you give us a totally fresh perspective of Filipino food. I doubt any of us could've ever thought of turning ube into gnocchi, and none of us has ever dared to make longganisa, because we already have all these preconceptions which you don't.

By the way, I've got to thank you for the succession of ube posts! I don't think I've ever seen my favorite color this much in any food blog. I can't stop looking at the pictures. I especially like the one with the egg yolk, and the second-to-the-last photo with the army of adorable purple gnocchi! :-)

Very cool. I saw a post on epicurious about purple potato gnocchi, but I think using the sweeter taro or purple yam would make a dish far more interesting. First thing I thought of was maybe a garlic based oil sauce, but never thought of adobo. Hmmm, a pesto maybe? garlicky pesto. No cheese though.

absinthe is legal in the US now?? hmmm LOL

I am finding it hard to imagine purple yam gnocchi but I think its worth a try. and with adobo? hmmm my aunt cooks her adobo with balsamic vinegar which I surprisingly loved.

Katrina clued me in on this post...impressive! That is pure genius! Ube gnocchi...why on earth not? :) It's a root crop like potato (and I've seen sweet potato gnocchi and beetroot gnocchi) plus it's purple so you have the cool color to boot! You make me see Filipino food through new eyes :)

You're so good with the purple foods!!!!!

http://gothamist.com/2007/09/26/sweet_potato_ch.php
I just saw this soup on Gothamist and thought that in case you haven't lost interest in all purple foods yet (or for future inspiration) you might want to try using ube instead of the sweet potato.

this is brilliant! we're making ube halaya in bulacan tomorrow but this is such a cool twist!

Check you out!!!! These look amazing- and I agree- I love gnocchi sauteed in a bit of butter until it forms a crisp crust. What a great idea on using the purple ube.

Thanks for voting for my butter prawns on steamy kitchen. :)

This purple yam gnocchi looks so unique and wonderful...I love purple yam (more than patatoes). Plus the color is so vibrant. I love it.

it's about that time again...holiday season! how about an ube pie? Grimace would approve!

Hi, too good for this idea, i made a sweet potato gnocchi http://franco-pinaykitchenexperiments.blogspot.com/2006/01/sweet-potato-dumplings-gnocchi-de-pdt.html
and the idea i got was from a Pinay blog showing the Gorgoria Pinoy deli from North of Luzon, I think. May i add this ube gnocchi on my blog!

Matt, even though it's legal now, your Absinthe "martini" is still quite delicious.

I doubt my adobo is better than yours Veron;)

WC, I'm the lucky one!

Hi Leah. I'm not a big fan of cream sauces, so I can't answer that question fairly. But give it a try and see if you like it.

Elmo, that's a good point. It looked especially play-doh-y when coming out of the ricer.

Thanks maybahay! Butter and sage went surprisingly well with the ube, well, it tasted good to me at least.

Hi Hillary. Yes, Ube tastes different than purple potatoes. Ube is a bit sweet.

Thank you, Cynthia:)

Wow, thanks Katrina. I'm jealous that I can't have dinner with you and your blogger friends. But am very greatful that I am worthy fodder for your dinner conversations.

Hi Mila. A pesto with the gnocchi sounds like an interesting combo worth trying out.

Hi raissa, yup, absinthe is legal now.

Thanks Joey! I wouldn't call myself a genius. I'm just curious;)

Thanks Steamy! That's probably all the purple I'm good for.

Thanks for the link mila. Sweet potato soup eh? Hmmmm...

Hi Margaux. I hope you post about your ube haleya. I'd be very intersted in seeing that.

Thanks tokyoastrogirl!

Hi Rasa. I'd vote for your food any day. It always looks so good.

Hey Janice! I think me and Grimace will be parting ways for a little bit. It's me, not him;)

Hello relly, thanks for stopping by. Of course you can add this to your blog!

You are a purple food genius!

You're so creative! This is a different way to appreciatae purple yams. First time I've seen purple gnocchi!

I think it's a great idea to use purple yam to make gnocchi! I think yam tastes better than potatoes...since it's sweet (specially for the Filipino palatte---we like do lean towards the sweet-ish stuff) and I just adore the color purple ;P

Oh my gosh, these are amazing! I found your blog through Lasang Pinoy, and I'm glad I did! Your blog is wonderful!

Thanks prac, but I wouldn't call myself a genius. Delusional perhaps;)

Thanks Toni!

Hi Jen. Yes, the sweetness of the gnocchi is a nice change of pace.

Hi Julie. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you visit my blog often.

hi im mario summer is gone and it's time for me to change menu and im looking for new one thinking of violet gnocci thats why im here is it ok to combine with shrimps and artichokes

You know, I've always said, as an Italian major and a Filipina, that the similarities between our two cultures are profound.

UBE gnocchi.

Do you see what I'm saying??!??

You're a genius. I'm so glad to have found your blog; maybe it'll inspire me to write more on mine.

I'll come back to read more of your stuff and add you to the blogroll for A is for Adobo.

mario, shrimp and artichoke sound fine. give it a try.

Thanks mags. I look forward to seeing more on your blog. Thanks for stopping by!

I have found purple yam and its sister the white yam at the outdoor vendors in NYC's Chinatown.

Love the idea of ube gnocchi and will try it with a sage butter sauce for Thanksgiving...mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

Next time you're in Alameda you can check out American-made absinthe. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/12/05/MNQJTO9FM.DTL

this looks ridiculously tasty! never thought to use yams, but that seems like an healthier alternative to regular potatoes. you could even add some flax meal I bet!

I just tried this recipe using purple sweet potatoes (not sure if Ube is the same thing, or not.) It's fantastic!

I loved this and posted your blog page on our Facebook page, too! I had a cooking class for homemade gnocchi recently and have made sweet potato and other kinds, but didn't think to us our kumara/purple yams here in Tonga for these! I will serve them with a maple and brown sugar butter sauce...thanks for posting...your photos are beautiful.

Natalie

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