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Pan Brioche Plumcake Stuffed with Jam, Hazelnut Cream and Pistachio Cream – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Pan Brioche Plumcake Stuffed with Jam, Hazelnut Cream and Pistachio Cream


Today we make brioche pan plumcakes filled with hazelnut cream, jam and pistachio cream, soft and easy to make. Delicious and soft even the next day, they are one of the best homemade snacks I have eaten … even better than many packaged snacks!

With these doses you will get 8 plumcakes.

Family💚 these snacks are kind of pigeon egg, simple to make, excellent also the day after, easy to customize, and convenient to prepare the night before and let it rise all night.

To get the excellent result you see with minimal effort, I recommend that you use one planetary, it will work independently and you can get this super creamy dough.

If it doesn't have a planetary mixer, you can use a whisk with the spiral hook and work well as per recipe!

Click here for my loaf pan!

Alternatively, you can use a mold from muffin with cups, being careful not to overfill, but keeping to the middle of the cup because they should relieve a lot in cooking!

As you can see, the dough is very soft, to prevent the filling from going to the bottom, I tried to sprinkle a layer of starch on the first layer of dough, before stuffing and then covering with the other layer of dough … It works!

For this recipe you will find a leavening of 3/4 hours as the quantity of yeast is important, but it is often more convenient for me to knead the night before and bake in the afternoon or the evening after … How to change the recipe?

You don't have to change the recipe, actually! You just have to pay attention to temperature! In winter, if you have a cool house like mine, just put the bowl well covered with plastic wrap and a cloth in the oven with the light off.

If the temperature isn't that cool, or it's summer, put it in the fridge overnight and bring it back to room temperature before cooking.

ATTENTION:

If after rising you notice a sour smell unfortunately the dough has gone bad, probably due to a too high temperature.

To have excellent snacks even the next day, it is important to keep them in the best way: in the cake pan, otherwise in hermetically sealed bags or tin boxes.

Chicken strips in a pan (soft and tasty) Recipe in 7 minutes! – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Chicken strips in a pan


The Strips of chicken I'm a second dish of meat, greedy! Variant Chicken with lemon. It is about Chicken breast sliced ​​in small strips precisely "rags"Cooked in the pan with very few ingredients: water, herbs or spices of your choice and a pinch of Flour; that they will form a succulent cream that wraps the strips of chicken making them very soft, creamy, and incredibly tasty! Ready on the table in 7 minutes!

Chicken strips in a pan

For the quick and easy preparation, you can use the whole chicken breast to cut, the slices or buy directly some strips of chicken. The result it does not change!

It's about a extremely versatile recipe and that you can realize in a thousand variations! You can use water + spices or herbs aromatic of your choice : turmeric, chopped rosemary, paprika, curry . Or when using the broth instead of water! As well as, you can use the potato starch instead of flour to make your shredded chicken too gluten free!

Perfect among the Second courses saves dinner or lunch! to combine with a tasty Purée or Polenta! When time is running out but you don't want to give up a delicious dish that even children love!

Discover also the:

Chicken curry (the original recipe with step-by-step photos to make it creamy and delicious)

Recipe Chicken strips

PREPARATION TIMES

Preparation Cooking Total
2 minutes 5 minutes 7 minutes

Ingrediants

Quantity for 2 people

  • 300 gr of chicken breast
  • 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon and a half of flour (or potato starch or cornstarch)
  • a level ladle of water or vegetable broth + 1 teaspoon of turmeric or curry or finely chopped rosemary or other herbs or spices of your choice
  • salt
  • pepper (optional)

Method

How to make Straccetti

First of all, slice the strips of the size of 4 – 5 cm

Then in a large pan mix together oil, 1 tablespoon of flour, a ladle of broth or water with spices of your choice, I put a little turmeric:

how to make chicken strips

Finally, flour the strips with the remaining flour.

Then place the pan on the fire for half a minute, always turning, immediately pour the strips and over low heat swirl, you will see that they will cook slowly and a cream will congeal.

If you see that it is too thick, add 1- 2 teaspoons of water. Time 4 – 5 minutes and they will be ready and very soft, stir in a pan adding salt and pepper if you like.

Yours are ready Strips of chicken

strips of chicken

Enjoy them hot!

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Polenta pan with corn flour – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Polenta pan with corn flour


The Pan polenta with corn flour or Amor polenta it is a very particular, albeit simple, typical dessert, prepared not only with wheat flour, but also with corn flour. It is soft and compact, with a typically bitter taste given by the amaretto liqueur.

This dessert is part of the Lombard culinary tradition, but it is also famous in Umbria, where the well-known pastry chef Pazzaglia, in times of war and hardship, found himself inventing a cake with corn flour. The only one that was found in abundance.

The Polenta pan with corn flour it is a simple and very greedy dessert, perfect to be enjoyed for a snack or breakfast but also as a dessert for after dinner. Rich and fragrant, it has the characteristic of having a shape with particular grooves.

If you don't have this typical mold, you can still cook it in a classic loaf pan. Or buy it conveniently on Amazon.

Let's see immediately how to prepare this delicious dessert.

Polenta pan with corn flour

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