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Pumpkin muffins (with a stringy cheese heart) Soft, Greedy and Fast! – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Pumpkin muffin


THE Pumpkin muffin they are gods rustic delicious! Made flour, eggs, milk, pumpkin puree which makes them very soft it's a stringy cheese heart! A unique goodness perfect like starter, aperitif; snack, to serve instead of bread to accompany sliced, cured meat, or main courses; inevitable for the Buffet of the Halloween Party! Together with the delicious pumpkin pie, the beloved Halloween cookies, pumpkin fritters and other delicious treats! Believe me they will literally be snapped up! between large and children!

Pumpkin muffin

It is also a quick preparation And very easy! Once you have obtained the pumpkin puree, just mix it all ingredients in 1 bowl and 1 tablespoon; alone 5 minutes and go into the oven! In this case I have chosen to make gods Savory pumpkin muffins with Leerdammer heart, you can use the soft cheese of your choice : toma, scamorza, filatello, fontina; or create the tasty combination pumpkin and gorgonzola!

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Pumpkin sandwiches (very soft and delicious with pumpkin puree, excellent on their own or to be stuffed)

Pumpkin muffin recipe

PREPARATION TIMES

Preparation Cooking Total
15 minutes 20 minutes 35 minutes

Ingrediants

Quantity for 6 pieces (big size)
  • 250 grams of raw delica or mantovana pumpkin (net weight of waste) *
  • 270 grams of flour '00 (or wholemeal or gluten-free)
  • 60 gr of parmesan or parmesan
  • 80 ml of seed oil
  • 30 – 40 grams of milk
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 1 sachet of yeast for savory pies
  • salt
  • 100 gr of stringy cheese (leerdammer, fontina, scamorza)
  • 2 tablespoons of pumpkin seeds to complete
  • * If you choose another type of more watery pumpkin, use 300 gr because you will have to squeeze the pulp very well to obtain a dry puree!

Method

How to make salted pumpkin muffins

First of all prepare the pumpkin, clean it and cut it into cubes and cook the PUMPKIN IN THE OVEN

then blend it with a blender. The pulp will be thick and dry if you have used delica:

pumpkin puree for pumpkin muffins

Then pour the oil and eggs into the pumpkin, mix well with a spoon. Finally add the flour, cheese, salt and sifted yeast. Turn quickly and very little. Add the milk to soften the mixture.

Finally pour 1 tablespoon of dough into each cup, then add 2 – 3 pieces of cheese and finally cover with another large spoonful of dough:

how to make pumpkin muffins

Then add the pumpkin seeds to the surface:

ready-to-bake pumpkin muffins

Finally, bake in a static oven in the medium – high part at 190 ° for about 20 minutes, the time for beautiful domes to form!

Yours are ready Pumpkin muffin !

Savory pumpkin muffins

Once cool, seal them in cling film so they will keep for 3 days!

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Gluten Free Microwave Cake with Chestnut Cream – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten Free Microwave Cake with Chestnut Cream


Preparation

# Family💚 hello! Today I offer you one cup cake in the microwave with chestnut cream! Perfect for breakfast or single-portion snack, very easy and quick with just a few ingredients, too filled: with a little trick, you can insert a filling you like inside the cake: I put the chestnut cream, but you can replace it with hazelnut cream, pistachio cream, jam of any kind.

Here you will find the Christmas cup cake!

Here you will find the egg-free cocoa cup cake!

Step by step

STEP 1

I pour a part of oil into the cup and grease the edges well.
I pour sugar, flour and yeast into the cup and mix them together with a teaspoon.

STEP 2

I add the egg and whisk with the spoon, I also add the milk and the remaining part of the oil.
Always mix everything with a spoon, obtaining a smooth cream.

STEP 3

I add the grated lemon peel.
I mix and bake at 900 W for a minute and a half (you can do the toothpick test!)

STEP 4

Once taken out of the oven, I let the cake rest for a couple of minutes. With the spout of a piping bag, I make a hole in the surface by pushing and turning the spout. Remove the "cap" and fill the hole with jam.

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Celiac, wife of a serial intolerant and mother of two small, excellent forks, in order not to succumb to the kitchen, she has tamed her and now commands her like a wand.
He invent new ways to cook easily, quickly and effortlessly … and he almost always succeeds!

Homemade Sofficini Quick and easy recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Sofficini Homemade: everyone loves sofficini, they are a quick second course, crunchy and in a few minutes dinner is ready, well I discovered a recipe that is really the same as the original, the result? The homemade ones far outweigh the packaged ones, for flavor and for the quality of the ingredients used. I prepared about 10 with tomato sauce and 10 with ham and mozzarella. I have frozen them before cooking so if necessary I fry them or add a drizzle of oil and put them in the oven, a good side dish of vegetables and dinner is ready!

Ingredients for 20/22 sofficini 14 cm in diameter

  • 800 ml of milk
  • 400 gr of flour 00
  • 30 gr of butter
  • 2 teaspoons of salt
  • breadcrumbs to taste

Stuffed with ham and mozzarella
cubes of cooked ham 200 gr
mozzarella cut into cubes 200 gr
bechamel 200 ml
a pinch nutmeg

Stuffed with tomato
200 gr of mozzarella cubes
300 ml of tomato sauce
oregano and extra virgin olive oil

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How to make homemade Sofficini

Put the milk, butter and salt in a saucepan, when it comes to a boil, pour all the flour and begin to mix vigorously, when the walls of the saucepan begin to sizzle, remove the saucepan from the heat, pour the dough onto a work surface floured, we knead it for a few moments and give it a ball shape. Let it cool, after 15 minutes divide the dough into 4 parts and roll out the first "pastry" about 3-4 mm, flour the work surface and the rolling pin well

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use a large enough bowl to shape the pastry and prepare the filling (ham in this case, mixing béchamel, ham, smoked cheese and a little nutmeg).

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Make the discs with a few tablespoons of the ham mixture. Brush the inner edges of the sofficini with cold water and fold them in a half moon shape, seal them by pressing with the prongs of a fork. Let's move on to the breading: first we dip the sofficini in the beaten egg and then pass them in the breadcrumbs on both sides.
FRIED : fry the sofficini in hot oil (if we pour a little breadcrumbs in the oil and it starts to bubble then the oil is at the right temperature) pour 1 or 2 sofficini at a time into the oil, let them cook for 2 -3 minutes per side, until golden brown.

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Sofficini Homemade

BAKED: If you prefer to bake the sofficini in the oven after breading, place the sofficini on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, add a drizzle of oil on the surface and bake at 180 ° for 15 minutes, or until golden brown.

WINE PAIRING: Pagadebit of Romagna

For most of the wine pairings on this blog I consulted the site: www.vinacciolo.it

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Enjoy your meal!

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