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Single-portion Instant Pandoro Stuffed with Pistachio, Orange and Chocolate Cream – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Single-portion Instant Pandoro Stuffed with Pistachio, Orange and Chocolate Cream


Instant gluten-free Pandoro, single portion, soft and fragrant like the original, but very fast! These pandorini are also perfect for filling, I chose dark chocolate, pistachio cream and an orange cream without eggs and without milk.

# Family💚these little Pandoro are a delight, an excellent idea to customize a filling, but delicate and fragrant also to be served with powdered sugar only.

With these doses you will get 7 pandorini.

This recipe is dairy-free and butter-free, perfect for those with lactose intolerance or looking for a dairy-free recipe.

The fillings of these pandoro can be the most disparate, I put it simple dark chocolate, pistachio cream, it's a orange cream very fast without eggs and milk.

You can also put a custard, a mascarpone cream, hazelnut or lemon cream, in short, whatever you like best!

To have a beautiful effect from an aesthetic point of view, choose the tallest cups, so as to cut them out with the help of a star mold as you can see in the video.

Once cooked, remove the cup, turn your pandoro and place a star mold on the base (the one for biscuits will be fine) and cut with a knife without a saw slightly diagonally to have the effect of the classic pandoro, as you can see in video.

Christmas tart with jam – Recipes on the fly – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Christmas tart with jam


The Christmas tart with jam it is a simple and original idea for proposing a tart during the Christmas period.

Instead of the classic diamond pattern we are used to seeing, this tart is decorated with a Christmas landscape made with shortcrust pastry and simple cookie cutters. Very easy to make and the result is really pretty.

Trees, houses and stars will make your tart special and much appreciated.

You can choose the jam you prefer, the important thing is that it is dark to create the night sky strewn with stars. Blueberries, berries, cherries, choose the one you like best.

The Christmas tart with jam it is perfect for breakfast or a snack or to decorate the Christmas table. Once cold you can also sprinkle it with a little icing sugar.

Let's see the recipe immediately.

Christmas tart with jam

This Christmas tart is prepared with a shortcrust pastry with seed oil.

A basic dough prepared in a more delicate version, where seed oil (peanut or sunflower) is used instead of butter. And it is still very tasty, crumbly and suitable for all types of shortcrust pastry desserts.

The preparation of the pasta shortcrust pastry with oil it is a bit faster than the classic one, since this type of pastry that does not contain butter does not have to rest the classic 2 hours in the refrigerator (to cool the butter).
It is ideal for preparing all kinds of biscuits and pies.

For this recipe you will need some Christmas-themed cookie cutters:

Christmas tart with jam

Christmas tart with jam

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Quick and easy beer meatballs – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Quick and easy beer meatballs


Today we prepare together the meatballs with beer, a quick and easy second course, tasty and savory, to combine with your favorite beer.

By now you know my passion for meatballs, and these beer patties are no exception. I prepare them very often, all year round, experimenting with different ground meats and different types of beer, to obtain always different combinations.

What always remains the same is the process, which gives the dish that unique enveloping creaminess. In fact, stewed cooking allows the meat to be perfectly cooked and creates an irresistible, slightly bitter sauce, depending on the type of beer used.

Post in collaboration with Veroni Salumi

Quick and easy beer meatballs

ingredients for 2 people

WHAT

  • 500 g of minced veal
  • 1 egg
  • a bunch of aromatic herbs to taste
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • breadcrumbs to taste
  • flour 00
  • 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 red onion
  • 33 cl of lager beer
  • Salt and Pepper To Taste

HOW TO PREPARE BEER MEATBALLS

First, I combined the meat, the egg, a pinch of salt, a sprinkling of pepper, the chopped aromatic herbs and the minced garlic in a large bowl.

I chose veal for a more delicate result and to enhance the taste of the beer, but you can use your favorite minced meat, adjusting the cooking times, longer, for example, for beef or pork.

I mixed with a fork until the mixture is homogeneous and I adjusted the breadcrumbs to make it less moist and malleable. With slightly wet hands I formed my meatballs, which I passed in a little flour.

I heated the oil in a pan and browned the meatballs over high heat. Once golden on all sides, I added the sliced ​​red onion, seasoned with salt and pepper, then blended with beer, about 100 ml at a time.

It will take about another 15 minutes for the beer meatballs to cook, which I served with aromatic herbs and a nice mug of Pils.

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IN THE GLASS, OR IN THE MOUTH

For this recipe, both for the preparation and for the pairing on the table, I chose the Ragasola of Toladolsa, a Pils beer born from the collaboration between Veroni Salumi and Lambrate Brewery.

In Emilia, there is a dialectal way of speaking that tells the essence and philosophy of Birrificio Lambrate beers. “Tola Dolsa” in fact literally means “take it sweet”, calmly, enjoying life as it comes. And with Toladolsa we can “take it” sweet with 3 different beers, Ragasola / pils, Sdora / weiss and Filos / ipa.

In particular, Ragasola, girl / girl in Emilian, is a light beer, low fermentation and unfiltered, with a floral and herbaceous aroma and a pleasantly bitter finish that degreases perfectly in combination with meat.

You can find them all here, on the shop Veroni Salumi.

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