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Gluten Free Donut and Dark Chocolate Butter – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten Free Donut and Dark Chocolate Butter

# Family💚 hello, today I offer you a gluten-free donut to the chocolate easy and delicious, soft as a cloud, light without butter and without crumbs! You make this donut simply with one whisk, I added both bitter cocoa and dark chocolate to the mixture for a unique delicacy.

Excellent for breakfast, snack and snack for the whole family, it is one of those recipes that everyone really likes!

To enjoy a donut as soft as a cloud, you have to work eggs and sugar for at least 5 minutes and obtain a mixture that is tripled in volume and clear.

Add the ingredients as per recipe and continue to work with the mixer (watch out for splashing liquids!).

Of course if you have one planetary, you save time, since it does it alone; even using a food processor with blades makes you faster and still get an excellent result.

Here you can find the lemon cloud donut!

This donut is one of those soft desserts that stays soft for a lot of days, I keep it in the cake pan. Alternatively, you can put it in a food bag and close it with a clothespin.

Homemade Cough and Sore Throat Candies Quick and Easy Recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Homemade cough and sore throat candies: these tasty candies have honey, ginger and lemon among the ingredients, they are a valid alternative to balsamic candies that are purchased for cough and sore throat. Ginger, honey and lemon have known disinfectant and antiseptic properties and relieve the discomfort of sore throat. Acacia honey is preferred as it has specific properties suitable for treating sore throats.

Ingredients for about 25 candies

  • 100 grams of brown sugar
  • 50 ml of water
  • less than 1 tablespoon of honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon of powdered ginger
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon juice
  • 250 grams of powdered sugar (reusable)

Watch the Video of Cough and Sore Throat Candies


How to make candies for cough and sore throat

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Candy for cough and sore throat

Put the icing sugar in a low container, level the surface with a spoon or a scoop

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Candy for cough and sore throat

use a chupa chups or with a cork to create hollows

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put all the ingredients in a non-stick pan and cook over low heat for 10-12 minutes, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon.

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Candy for cough and sore throat

When the caramel has thickened (do a test by pouring a drop of caramel on a saucer, if the drop remains firm without slipping then it is ready), pour it into the recesses of the icing sugar and let it cool for at least 15 minutes. Turn the candies in the sugar and use a colander to remove the excess sugar. Yours are ready homemade cough and sore throat candy.

Put the candies in a food bag with a little icing sugar and place in the fridge or freezer to preserve their shape and consistency.

For this purpose, acacia honey is preferred, thyme honey or manuka honey: properties and benefits of honey

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Enjoy your meal!


Speck Goose cooking ingredient – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Speck Goose cooking ingredient

We are now talking about an ingredient that we often use in the kitchen, namely Speck d’Oca. This ingredient is obtained from the animal's breast, which is then spiced and smoked, with a tender and tasty lean part combined with a soft and sweet fatty part, goose speck is considered a real specialty

It is a delicacy that is typical of rural areas where this farmyard animal is widely bred, let's say one of these typical areas could be identified in the lower Friuli, but also in the Pavia area where, in the Mortara area, a famous salami is produced. goose IGP.

Speck d’Oca how to prepare it

Here is an idea to enjoy this product and its duck counterpart (with which it can also be substituted in the soup). Starting with the oranges that you will have to peel, then make them into wedges and collect the juice that comes out of it in a small bowl. Once this is done, take a serving dish, and serve in the following way, that is, make a bed of salad and season it with the juice and very little salt. Finally, place yourself on top of the oranges. Complete with a generous grind of pepper and a drizzle of oil that is always good for us .. So just to finish you have to spread over two dozen thin slices of goose speck and 2 tablespoons of chopped pistachios, then serve. And of course, as always, we say good appetite to all of you.

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