500g pack fresh gnocchi Pinch of salt 200g cream cheese

3 tbsp basil pesto 30g Parmesan, grated Freshly grated nutmeg Rocket, to serve

IPour boiling water from the kettle into a pot. Add the gnocchi and salt, bring back to the boil and cook for 3 min until the gnocchi float to the surface.


2 Drain the gnocchi. Add cream cheese to a pan with the pesto and heat gently to melt. Pour the gnocchi in the pan and stir gently to coat in the sauce.
Sprinkle over the Parmesan and a good grating of nutmeg. Serve with rocket.

What’s so

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* O ne of the smallest stone fruits, cherries pack a potent antioxidant punch.

* They are rich in an antioxidant called anthocyanin, which gives them their deep red colour, and helps protect against damage done by free radicals, such
as UV light.

* They are a potential wonder in the fight against some cancers – anthocyanins show promise in fighting carcinogens in the body by acting as a natural
anti-inflammatory to help repair damaged cells.

* Their anti-inflammatory properties have been shown to help cognitive function in rats by reducing inflammation in their brains, which could potentially
slow down human age-related memory loss.

* They can reduce arthritic pain and appear to alleviative swelling associated with gout.

* Che rries show promise in decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease, as some studies suggest they lower blood pressure.

* They’re high in fibre and rich in vitamin C, another antioxidant that helps promote fast healing and healthy cells. Their melatonin content will also help
with insomnia, too.

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