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Crunchy pumpkin granola – Recipes on the fly – Gordon Ramsay’s version

crunchy pumpkin granola

There crunchy pumpkin granola is a quick and easy recipe for making a crunchy and tasty muesli at home with which you can make one healthy and nutritious breakfast.

With the addition of pumpkin puree, the star ingredient of the autumn season, you will get one granola with a beautiful orange color and rich in vitamins as well as very tasty. Cinnamon and ginger will give the final touch to give the classic taste and autumn scent!

What is granola

Granola for the uninitiated is a energy mix based on oat flakes and dried fruit and honey, which is mixed with honey or maple syrup and toasted in the oven. Doing so will form those delicious crunchy clusters of cereals and dried fruit that we love so much.

You can enrich your pumpkin granola as you like: the beauty is that you can create your own mix without necessarily weighing the ingredients. Check the consistency by eye and it will be very good.

The crunchy pumpkin granola can be enjoyed for breakfast in milk or yogurt, or as a snack but also for the classic after-dinner comfort food.

Also perfect as take-away breakfast to take to the office when you are running: prepare a jar of yogurt, add the granola and fresh fruit on top. Close and put in your bag!

To best preserve it, transfer the granola into airtight glass jars and store them in a cool, dry place for a maximum of 4-5 days.

Let's now see this delicious recipe.

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Crunchy pumpkin granola

  • 70-80 g of steamed and pureed pumpkin
  • 180 g rolled oats
  • 30 g of walnuts
  • 30 g almonds
  • pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds to taste
  • 2 tablespoons of honey or maple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon of seed oil
  • a teaspoon of cinnamon
  • half a teaspoon of ginger

If you like, also add dried cranberries or other dried fruit


Steam the pumpkin (without the peel) and blend it into a puree.

Combine all the ingredients in a bowl until they form a sticky mixture.

Spread the mixture well on the plate lined with parchment paper and cook at 160 'for about 30 minutes. Open the oven from time to time and stir the granola to toast on both sides.

Let it cool then store it in a glass jar.

crunchy pumpkin granola


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Crunchy Zucchini in Stick – Cooking Recipes – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Crunchy Zucchini in Stick - Cooking Recipes

# Family💚 hello! Today we cook delicious zucchini in stick, crunchy, golden it's a lot fast to prepare. I used a bread crumbs of alone rice, gluten-free And without corn and I cooked them in the oven with the ventilated function of the microwave. A few minutes for super appetizing courgettes.

The mission to make vegetables from the garden continues … And today it's the turn of the courgettes, without air fryer, but with the combined microwave.

I also recommend that you use this technique and these ingredients for other vegetables you like!

I used the ventilated function microwave because it reaches temperature much earlier and heats the kitchen less, but if you only have the traditional oven or you want to make a larger quantity, you can use the traditional oven in ventilated mode at 200 degrees and arrange the zucchini sticks directly on the covered plate of parchment paper.

Obviously they depend on the size of the zucchini and your oven, but in principle, you can keep them for 10/15 minutes at 200 degrees, depending on how crunchy you like them.

It is certainly possible to replicate this recipe with the air fryer. Keep the same temperature and check your courgettes after 10 minutes to evaluate how they are cooked and let me know how they are since I don't have it!

Chard Chips, Fast, Crunchy, Tasty! #Family DAY 15 – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Chard Chips, Fast, Crunchy, Tasty! #Family DAY 15

# Family💚 hello! Today I share the chard chips, quick, crunchy and appetizing for a "healthy" and greedy aperitif, also good for those who do not like blanched or sauteed green leafy vegetables. In a few minutes you bake and serve super crunchy chard chips!

It is not a novelty to render crunchy baked vegetables, (if we think of the very famous black cabbage chips!), finding myself having to consume chard taken directly from the garden, I wanted to replicate the technique with my microwave in the ventilated function.

This is a recipe also suitable for cooking with an air fryer, you can try to keep the same temperature, surely it will take less time, check, taste and take out!

Next time, I want to put gods instead of salt Sesame seeds, or I want to try my hand at preparing the gomasio, let me know if you know him and if you are interested in the preparation in the comments, below and on our social networks!

Having to use only the leaves, the waste is enough! You can use the whole white part of the chard ribs in different ways:

  • for soups, alone, with legumes or cereals allowed (quinoa, millet, corn couscous, rice of all kinds);
  • also roasted in the oven after blanching them;
  • on a bruschetta after having blanched them and sautéed in a pan;
  • once blanched (even in the microwave) you can freeze them comfortably.

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