Gnocchi in Broth with Phyllo
After moving to New York from France in the early 1990s. François Payard became executive pastry chef at Manhattan's Le Bernadin, then at Daniel. He opened Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro in 1997. At the restaurant, Payard's executive chef, Philippe Bertineau, prepares individual servings of this gnocchi in small porcelain crocks or copper pans. For the phyllo crust, he quarters the layered dough (Step 1) and tops the dishes with it; as the phyllo bakes, it molds to the sides of the crocks.Plus: Pasta Recipes and Tips
The recipe can be prepared through Step 2 and refrigerated overnight.
Parmesan rinds can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months and used to flavor soups, stocks and stews.
Rich, nutty Parmesan marries well with a medium-bodied, fruity Chianti Classico.