5 quick and easy recipes for Halloween – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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5 recipes for Halloween : Here are some last-minute ideas for making some delicious Halloween recipes with just a few ingredients for the buffet of this monstrous party that everyone now likes, adults and children!

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How to make quick recipes for Halloween

1.TOAST MUMMY

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Ingredients for 12 people:

6 slices of bread for sandwiches, 10-12 pitted black olives, 12 slices of Hungarian salami, 8-10 slices of sweet cheese already cut into slices.

Cut the bread for sandwiches into rectangular shapes more or less the size of a smartphone, toast for a few moments and then add the slices of Hungarian salami cut of the same size. Cut the sweet cheese into strips and arrange it as if they were the bandages of a mummy, bake at 160 ° for a few seconds, so as to make them melt just, not excessively! Finally, add the pitted black olives cut into slices to make the eyes. And your mummies are ready!

2. RAGNETTI PIZZAS

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Ingredients for 12 pizzas

1 roll of packaged pizza dough, pitted black olives, thin slices of sweet cheese, tomato sauce, extra virgin olive oil, salt.

Create discs with a cup or a pastry ring, cover with a spoonful of tomato puree previously seasoned with oil and a little salt, bake for 7-8 minutes, add a thin slice of cheese and bake for 1-2 minutes. Remove from the oven and create the spiders with the pitted black olives, fix them on the pizzas and serve!

3. FINGERS IN THE SANDWICH

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Ingredients for 6 sandwiches

6 sausages, 6 hot dog buns, 6 tablespoons of Ketchup.

Sauté the frankfurters in a pan for a few moments, they just need to brown slightly. Cut with a small knife a bit of the frankfurter skin almost at the end to create the nails of the fake fingers, also make two or three thin cuts to imitate the folds of the phalanges, put the frankfurters in the buns and add a little ketchup to imitate blood.

4. PUMPKINS

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Ingredients For 6 people:

bananas, mandarins, celery stalk, chocolate chips (2-3 for each half banana).

Peel the tangerines and add at the top a piece of celery stalk previously washed of about 2 cm to reproduce the stalk of the pumpkin. Peel the bananas, remove the bananas in half, choose straight enough bananas, each half banana will have to stand "upright" by leaning on the cut part. Now take 2 chocolate chips for each half banana and make the ghost's eyes by positioning (pressing a little) the drops with the protruding part outwards, you can also make the mouth in the same way, and here are your banana ghosts. and your mandarin pumpkins!

4. SWEETS OWLS

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Ingredients for 6 people

6 cupcakes (or round snacks such as Girella Motta), 12 Oreo cookies, 12 smarties for eyes (pairs of browns-yellows and purples) and 6 orange or yellow smarties for the beak, 2 tablespoons of Nutella

Use Motta swivels as a base, or cupcakes, spread a layer of Nutella on the surface. Open the Oreo cookies in two and use only half with the white filling, fix the eyes of the owl on the Swivel or Cupcake, create the pupils using the brown or yellow smarties, while for the owl's beak use an orange smarties. Happy Halloween!

WINE PAIRING: RED WINE or Sangria! For wine pairings consult www.vinacciolo.it

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