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Baked pasta with fungitiello by Marisa Laurito: Simpler and better than the Sicilian one, the fastest and most stringy for Easter – Gordon Ramsay’s version

baked mushroom pasta


baked mushroom pasta

Pasta with baked mushroom aubergines it is truly exquisite. We are not really talking about Sicilian, but about a simpler and equally good dish, with an incredible gratin on the surface. The undisputed protagonists are aubergines, cooked in the way that in the south is called mushroom. The vegetables are cut into cubes and are added later fried in abundant oil. Once ready they are seasoned with a wonderful cherry tomato sauce fresh. They are good as a side dish, but prepare plenty of them because they are also excellent for seasoning pasta.

Pasta with baked mushroom aubergines

Ingredients x 5

  • large aubergine 1
  • garlic 2 cloves
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • salt
  • pepper
  • cherry tomatoes 15
  • basil
  • diced mozzarella 200 g
  • grated cheese
  • bread crumbs
  • butter 1 nut
  • pasta 500 g

Preparation

The first thing to do to prepare pasta with baked mushroom aubergines is to wash the aubergines and cut them into cubes. In a pan, heat plenty of oil and fry the two cloves of garlic. Add the aubergines and cook until tender golden and soft. Meanwhile, rinse the cherry tomatoes under running water and cut them into 4 parts. Add them to the aubergines in the last 5 minutes of cooking. Season with salt and pepper and season with chopped basil leaves. At your place a mix to mix all the ingredients well.

Drain the pasta al dente. Transfer it to the pan with the seasoning. Stir with the mozzarella cut into pieces and drained and with the grated cheese. Butter the baking tray and sprinkle it with breadcrumbs. Transfer the seasoned pasta inside. Complete with another sprinkling of grated cheese and distribute the butter cut into cubes little ones. Cook at 220 degrees until a crust forms on the surface. Your pasta with baked mushroom aubergines ready. Enjoy your meal.

READ ALSO—> Creamy spaghetti, tuna and aubergines sciue sciue, the Sicilian recipe in 10 minutes with the sauce that is prepared while the pasta is cooking

Conchiglioni stuffed with meat sauce by Benedetta Rossi. More than lasagna or baked pasta. The first one at Easter that can be done in 10 minutes – Gordon Ramsay’s version

conchiglioni stuffed with sauce


conchiglioni stuffed with sauce

Conchiglioni stuffed with ragù they represent a timeless Italian Sunday dish. It is an appetizing first course, ideal for lunches with family or friends. In addition to being scenographic and delicious, this recipe is incredibly simple to make like all of the chef’s Benedetta Rossi. Stuffed conchiglioni are an authentic delight, a perfect alternative to classic lasagna or baked pasta. It is also ideal to use leftovers from the fridgeavoiding waste and offering something genuine and pleasant to the table.

Conchiglioni stuffed with ragù

Ingredients x 4

  • conchiglioni 250 g
  • tomato puree 700 ml
  • bechamel 500 ml
  • minced veal meat 300 g
  • minced pork 300 g
  • onions 130 g
  • grated parmesan 60 g
  • carrots 120 g
  • white wine 150 ml
  • water 150 ml
  • extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons
  • basil
  • fine salt

Preparation

The first thing to do to prepare shells stuffed with ragù it is chopped carrot and onion. In a pan, pour a drizzle of oil and add the salt, then add the onion and carrot, leaving to cook over medium heat for 5 minutes. Add minced veal and pork, mix well and cook for a further 8 minutes. Add the white wine and let it evaporate over a high heat. Pour the tomato puree and the water together with a few basil leaves. Mix and let cook for 40 minutes. At the end of cooking, let the ragù cool for at least 10 minutes.

In the meantime, boil the conchiglioni in boiling salted water for 5 minutes, then drain them al dente and place them on a tea towel. Place them upside down so that any water can drain and be absorbed by the cloth. Prepare the bottom of a baking dish with a layer of bechamel and 4 tablespoons of ragù. Arrange the shells with the opening facing upwards. Using a piping bag, stuffed conchiglioni with ragù. Cover the conchiglioni with a layer of bechamel and add the grated cheese on top. Cook in a static oven at 200 degrees for 20 minutes. Your shells stuffed with ragù they are ready.

Read also: Conchiglioni with bechamel and smoked salmon, the delicious and super quick appetizer

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Baked pasta my way, just like my grandmother made it: All the tricks to make it perfect – Gordon Ramsay’s version

baked penne


baked penne

Baked pasta it is a classic of Italian cuisine, loved by everyone, from the north to the south of the country. In the following recipe there is a particularly tasty version. If you want, according to your needs you can also cook pasta in the oven the day beforestore it in the refrigerator and heat it the following day, it will be even better blended and tasty. It is certainly not a dish that is cooked often, considering the time it takes and also the calories it provides. But when cooking it is always party at home and no one refuses an encore. And when you come back from a night out, you always open the oven to see if there’s any left.

Baked pasta

Ingredients x 3

  • minced meat 150 g
  • bread 1\2 slice
  • milk
  • egg white 1
  • salt
  • nutmeg 1 pinch
  • parsley
  • parmesan
  • bread crumbs
  • pasta 260 g
  • tomato puree 330 g
  • fior di latte 130 g
  • eggs 1
  • speck
  • onion
  • carrot
  • extra virgin olive oil

Preparation

The first thing to do to prepare baked pasta they are meatballs. Soak half a slice of bread in milk, removing the crust. Squeeze the breadcrumbs well and united egg white, salt, parsley, nutmeg, salt, parmesan and breadcrumbs. Mix well. Better let it rest the mixture for an hour. Meanwhile, cut the fiordilatte into pieces and leave to drain. Place the egg in a saucepan, cover it with water and bring to the boil, then cook. 8 minutes. Cool under cold water and peel it. With the meat mixture, form the meatballs. Let’s put it in the pan. Prepare a sauté with onion, carrot and speck and brown it in extra virgin olive oil.

Add the tomato puree with a little water. Season with salt and add the meatballs. Cover with the lid on and cook over low heat 30 minutes, remembering every now and then to turn the meatballs. Drain the pasta al dente and transfer it to the pan with the sauce along with a little of its cooking water. Also add half the fiordilatte and mix. Butter the baking dish and sprinkle it on of breadcrumbs. Create a first layer of dough, then the boiled egg cut into pieces and the remaining fiordilatte. Cover with the other pasta and complete with a sprinkling of breadcrumbs and parmesan and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. Cook at 200 degrees for 20 minutes. Your baked pasta ready.

READ ALSO—> Bucatini bomb, baked pasta with courgettes which is an explosion of flavour. The real recipe from Salento

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