Could anybody please enlighten me which one is correct? And why? Cheers!
1. Gnocchi with Emborg Organic Garden Peas and Organic Spinach make an incredible meal!
2. Gnocchi with Emborg Organic Garden Peas and Organic Spinach makes an incredible meal!
It depends. I think that either is acceptable.
If you are thinking of those three things as separate items, you'd use 'make'.
If 'Gnocchi with Emborg Organic Peas and Organic Spinach' is the name of a dish, you'd use 'makes'. The fact that the words are all capitalised makes it look like this is the name of a ready-made product, or an item on a menu, in which case the singular would be better.
I am not familiar with Gnocchi - so I googled it.
I will substitute "dumplings" as the subject, because google says Gnocchi = dumplings!
(Fabio is right. Only the subject is relevant to the correct usage of "make" or "makes". )
"Dumplings make an incredible meal" would be the only correct statement. Dumplings is plural, so only "make" will do. :)
I'd go with "make" to respect the fact that gnocchi is a plural noun in Italian. I wouldn't capitalize quite as enthusiastically as you do, however. Emborg sounds like a brand name, so it should be capitalized; the rest can be lower case. Regardless, delicious - enjoy!
Gnocchi with Emborg organic garden peas and organic spinach make an incredible meal!