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The Zuppa di Santa Carina, better than the classic Neapolitan mussel soup. The dish eaten on November 25th and 26th – Gordon Ramsay’s version

The Zuppa di Santa Carina, better than the classic Neapolitan mussel soup.  The dish eaten on November 25th and 26th


There Santa Caterina soup it is a seafood soup with potatoes, an easy to make second course that is traditionally eaten in NaplesSaint Catherine’s Day just like the mussel soup it is eaten on Holy Thursday. A delicate second course with a refined flavour, an excellent sea-land combination. There are many variations to make this soup, both in the ingredients and in the preparation, do not underestimate the spicy version. It does not necessarily have to be served as a single dish, it can be prepared by cutting both the potatoes and the fish into small pieces, and serve in single-portion bowls as an appetizer. While you give vent to your imagination, below I describe my version.

Santa Carina Soup

Ingredients:

  • 300 g of potatoes
  • 1 squid
  • 6 prawns
  • 500 g of mussels
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • salt
  • parsley
  • 7-8 cherry tomatoes
  • 3 slices of bread
  • 1/2 onion
  • 1 clove of garlic

Method:

To prepare seafood soup with potatoes, start washing and cleaning the squid, cut it into rings, also wash the prawns and mussels. Finely chop the onion, remove the green core of the garlic and chop it together with the onion. In a large pot, put a couple of generous turns of extra virgin olive oil, add the chopped garlic and onion, and add first the squid, and then the prawns, brown for a minute, add the white wine. Then peel and cut the potatoes into small pieces, add them to the pan, together with the tomatoes cut into quarters.

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Add a glass of water and start cooking over medium heat with the pan half covered. Cook for ten minutes, then add the mussels,

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and cook for another ten minutes, add salt if necessary.

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In the meantime cut the bread slices into pieces and fry them in a large pan with a little extra virgin olive oil, place them on a sheet of absorbent paper to eliminate excess oil.

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Place a portion of croutons on the bottom of the plate, then add the ready soup, completing the dish with chopped parsley, and some spicy chilli pepper if desired.

November pasta, with radicchio and speck: the creamiest and most delicious winter gricia – Gordon Ramsay’s version

radicchio and speck


There radicchio and speck pasta, is a first course suitable for lovers of particular flavours. In fact, the radicchio gives the dressing a bitterish flavour, which goes very well with the speck, all wrapped from cooking cream, which gives a unique creaminess to the dish. There are many variations for cooking this particular first course, both in terms of preparation and ingredients. You can use the type and shape of pasta you prefer, I used a rather particular pasta shape, typical of Emilia Romagna, Gramigna, it has the shape of a small, slightly twisted bucatino, which recalls the seed of the plant .

Radicchio and speck pasta

Ingredients:

  • 180 g of pasta
  • 350 g of long radicchio
  • 150g of speck
  • 150 g of cooking cream
  • laurel
  • salt
  • Pepper
  • garlic
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Grated Parmigiano Reggiano

Method:

To prepare pasta with radicchio and speck, clean and wash the radicchio, then cut it into small pieces. In a large pan, put a couple of turns of extra virgin olive oil, add the diced speck, and cook until it is crispy, transfer it into a small bowl. In the same pan, brown the garlic clove and remove it, then add the radicchio, let it soften, it will take about five minutesseason with salt and flavor with bay leaves.

Add the cream, and if necessary a couple of spoons of pasta cooking water. Cook the pasta al dente, and pour it directly into the pan, also add the speck, and mix everything together. Serve, completing with a twist of freshly ground pepper and parmesan. Read also: Bruno Barbieri’s baked carbonara, super creamy. It’s all done in the oven with a special ingredient. One glass is enough

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November Readings Checklist: Full Page and Bookmarks by Gordon Ramsay

November Readings Checklist: Full Page and Bookmarks


 

Hello friends! Below please find the November Bible Reading Printables. These are handy to print out and help you keep up with where you are in the plan. The goal is to check in and do your readings daily and hopefully this will be another great reminder to do just that. There is a full sheet printable and a printable that can be cut apart into bookmarks. The bookmarks are great to share!  For more faith based encouragement, visit my Faith Homepage.

Click here to print the full page checklist for November

Click here to print the bookmarks for November.

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