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Coconut Easter Treats Quick and easy recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Coconut Easter treats: with only 3 ingredients and coconut nests with chocolate eggs, they are very easy to make and fun to do with the help of children. In the video below, my daughter helps me who had fun messing around! The taste is that of the typical coconut sweets!

Ingredients for 8 Easter nests

  • 125 gr of Rapè coconut (grated) / coconut flour
  • 90 gr of egg whites (about 3 eggs)
  • 40 gr of granulated sugar
  • Hazelnut cream
  • 24 chocolate eggs



  1. In a saucepan with a thick bottom, mix the coconut, egg whites and sugar, put on low heat for 3-4 minutes, stirring to prevent sticking to the bottom and to mix the ingredients well.
  2. Let it cool down.
  3. We use the muffin pan: butter it and cut strips of parchment paper, put 2 crosswise in each mold (they will be used to easily extract the nests once cooked and cooled). We create the nests by putting about 3 teaspoons of the mixture in each mold, press lightly on the edges to give the shape.
  4. We bake a 140 ° for 20 minutes or in any case until golden brown.
  5. Remove from the oven and let the nests cool and in each one put a little hazelnut cream (Nutella) and 3 chocolate eggs. The hazelnut cream will serve as a glue for the eggs.

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Happy Easter


Microwave Roasted Peppers, No Grill, Easy to Peel! – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Microwave Roasted Peppers, No Grill, Easy to Peel!

Dear Family, you know how much I love peppers in all forms! Today I share with you a quick and easy way to roast them in the microwave! I'll show you how easy it is to peel them without waste, without smells and without dirtying a grill.

Personally I prefer this system to the microwave for many reasons, of time, of smells, of simplicity, but also more trivially, because sometimes I don't have space on the stove!

Choose large peppers is pulpy, once roasted and removed the skin, you can use them in a thousand ways: we have put them in a beautiful piadina, as you see in the video!

By eliminating the skin, the filaments white inside and i seeds, I'm more digestible.

Once peeled and completely cold, then safely freeze. I recommend you do it in airtight containers so as not to spread the smell in the freezer.

SEE ALSO => Microwave Peppers in 9 Minutes, Ready to Freeze and 9 Super Quick Ideas to Use Them

Spelled Salad Quick and easy recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Spelled salad: A fresh first course (or single dish), ideal for a summer lunch, topped with celery, raisins, Grana and almonds. A mix of flavors that combine perfectly with each other for a fresh and delicious dish. Also perfect for the lunch box to take to the office!

Ingredients for 4 people

  • 300 gr of pearl spelled
  • 3 sticks of celery
  • 3 tablespoons of sultanas
  • 40 gr of almonds
  • flakes of Grana Padano
  • 3-4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt to taste.



  1. We wash the pearl spelled under running water, drain and pour in boiling salted water for the cooking time indicated on the package (generally 20 minutes).
  2. Meanwhile, put the sultanas in water, soak them for 20 minutes.
  3. We wash the celery stalks and cut them.
  4. We chop the almonds coarsely.
  5. Drain the spelled at the end of cooking and give it a quick rinse under cold water.
  6. We pour all the ingredients in a salad bowl (Spelled, raisins, celery, almonds)
  7. Season with extra virgin olive oil and add the flakes of Grana Padano.
  8. We serve at room temperature or cold.

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Enjoy your meal!


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