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Let's get to know Grana Padano PDO better. Quick and easy recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Among the Italian excellences our cheeses stand out and Grana Padano PDO occupies a place of honor.
It is produced in thirty-two provinces ofEmilia Romagna with its centenary history this cheese has conquered our palate and our tables declined in an infinite number of recipes and preparations.

This much loved cheese is also recommended by nutritionists in our daily diet, the reason is to be found in his nutritional values.

NUTRITIONAL VALUES

Grana Padano in addition to being a good and tasty food is also a healthy food.
With a portion of 50 gr it provides macro and micronutrients that everyone needs: a considerable concentration of high biological value proteins (leucine, lysine, phenylalanine and tyrosine); the fat I'm for 30% unsaturated (those considered "good"), i carbohydrates they are absent. Vitamins are also present: TO, B1, B2, B6, D, PP and E; it also provides 75% of an adult's daily vitamin requirement with a portion of 50 g B12, particularly important for those who follow a vegetarian diet.

One serving of Grana Padano contains only 54.5 mg of cholesterol. Considering that it is advisable to take a maximum of 201 mg of cholesterol per day, Grana Padano does not impact too much on the total amount.

Even the content of mineral salts it is interesting, the Grana Padano, in fact, contributes iodine (necessary for the functioning of the thyroid), zinc and selenium (antioxidants) magnesium, phosphorus, copper And football (as much as 60% of the recommended daily dose, essential for bones and teeth).

RICH IN CALCIUM AND LACTOSE FREE

Grana Padano is therefore a rich source of football thanks to the high amount of milk needed for its production: 15 liters of milk are required for one kilo of Grana Padano, despite this it is one of the few cheeses that can be also consumed by lactose intolerant, since it does not contain any. What makes Grana Padano PDO lactose-free is not the long aging but it is a consequence of its natural production process strictly defined by the Production Regulations. Grana Padano is therefore a cheese very digestible, also for this reason it is a food suitable for everyone: ai growing children, pregnant and menopausal women, the elderly and sportspeople. It nourishes, gives immediate energy and strengthens the bones.

THE NUTRITIONIST RECOMMENDS

To properly assimilate calcium you should:

– Reduce salt to prevent excess sodium from increasing calcium loss in the urine.

To limit alcoholic beverages because they decrease the absorption of calcium and reduce the activity of the cells that "build bone".

Do not overdo it with foods rich in fiber, the right amount is good, excess reduces the absorption of calcium.

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Baked pumpkin and potatoes (all together, in minutes!) – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Baked pumpkin and potatoes


Pumpkin and potatoes I'm a autumn outline simple and delicious, which comes fromUnion of the classic Baked Pumpkin with Baked Potatoes! It gets ready in a few minutes And without peeling vegetables! First they cut themselves in wedges, then they are seasoned with oil, salt, rosemary and finally everything is cooked together in the oven for an amazing result! Crispy and golden on the outside, soft to the bite, tasty, mouth-watering succulents!

Baked pumpkin and potatoes

For the quick preparation , I recommend that you use the pumpkin delica full-bodied, very tasty and green skin slightly watery! Alternatively, you can still use the quality you have available, aware that you will get softer wedges. In this case I left the vegetables with peel, believe me it is very good! and from the pumpkin au gratin to the one in the pan, it always gives a special touch! But if you want you can peel them! THE secrets for a perfect result are cut to equal size the pieces of pumpkin and potatoes, so that they cook evenly; And a few minutes of grill which will make the beautiful golden surface! Great hot, but also cold! Baked pumpkin and potatoes I'm a vegetarian and vegan side dish, healthy and light, perfect for accompany many meat dishes, from Braised to Hamburger, but also fish, cheeses. Try them soon!

Pumpkin and potatoes recipe

PREPARATION TIMES

Preparation Cooking Total
5 minutes 30 minutes 35 minutes

Ingrediants

Quantity for 4 people
  • 400 gr of whole pumpkin
  • 400 gr of whole potatoes
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • Rosemary
  • salt
  • pepper

Method

How to make baked pumpkin and potatoes

First of all wash the vegetables and cut into wedges all the same. Add the rosemary, salt and pepper needles directly to the pan and add a generous drizzle of oil.

Then mix with your hands in order to flavor everything well:

how to make pumpkin and potatoes

Add 3 tablespoons of water to the pan

Finally bake in the oven at 200 ° in the medium part for 20 minutes, then turn on the grill and go upstairs for 10 minutes

Yours is ready Baked pumpkin and potatoes!

Baked pumpkin and potatoes

You can also keep it for the following day!

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Strawberry tiramisu without eggs Quick and easy recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Strawberry tiramisu without eggs: Tiramisu is one of the most loved desserts in Italy, and is the best known Italian dessert abroad. It is simple to prepare and it is very good yet it hides some pitfalls, first of all is the presence of raw eggs, which expose you to the risk of salmonellosis, this can be overcome by pasteurizing the eggs (tiramisu with pasteurized eggs), or by eliminating the eggs as I do in this recipe. Today we make a variant of the classic tiramisu, using strawberries for the soaking and to decorate, it is the tiramisu that is made for Mother's Day as strawberries in the month of May are perfect, and then the tiramisu is so simple that it can be also made by children.

WATCH THE VIDEO RECIPE OF THE STRAWBERRY TIRAMISU

Ingredients for 8 people

250 gr of ladyfingers
15 strawberries to decorate
STRAWBERRY SYRUP for the bath:
180 gr of strawberries
70 grams of granulated sugar
60 grams of water
3 tablespoons of lemon juice
1 lemon peel
MASCARPONE CREAM:
300 grams of mascarpone
300 ml of vegetable cream
120 grams of condensed milk
1 tablespoon of powdered sugar

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How to prepare Strawberry Tiramisu without eggs

We prepare it strawberry syrup for the syrup: put in a saucepan over the heat (medium-low) and add the water, the filtered lemon juice, the lemon peel (only the yellow part), the chopped strawberries and the granulated sugar. We leave to cook for 5-6 minutes. Remove the lemon peels and filter the syrup in a narrow mesh colander and let it cool in the fridge.

We prepare the mascarpone cream using 2 containers: in one we put the mascarpone, the icing sugar and the condensed milk, mix well.

In the other, we put the liquid cream and whip it with a whisk, combine the two compounds and mix from top to bottom so as not to disassemble the cream.

Now let's proceed with theassembly of tiramisu: put a little cream on the bottom of the pan, then soak the ladyfingers on both sides in the strawberry syrup, arrange them next to each other until the first layer is complete, cover the ladyfingers with a few tablespoons of cream ( if you want you can add some pieces of strawberries on the cream. Proceed with another layer of ladyfingers soaked in syrup and cover again with the cream. Level the surface and decorate with strawberries to taste, I also used red sprinkles and mint leaves Put it in the fridge for at least 3-4 hours, and yours is ready At Strawberry tiramisu without eggs.

WINE PAIRINGS: Enjoy your Strawberry Tiramisu with a glass of limoncello

For the wine pairing I consulted the website: www.vinit.net or www.vinook.it

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