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Baked apples with jam and dried fruit – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Baked apples with jam and dried fruit


The baked apples with jam and dried fruit they are a healthy and low-calorie sweet, excellent for after dinner or for a healthy winter snack. They are prepared in a few minutes and cooked either in the traditional oven or in the microwave in no time.

In practice, the apples are slightly emptied by removing the core part with a knife. Then they are stuffed with a mixture of dried plums, oat flakes, orange marmalade, chopped hazelnuts and lots of cinnamon.

The result will be a divine scent that will flood the whole house! Cooked apples are delicious both warm but also cold.

The baked apples they can also be accompanied with a sprig of cream!

Baked apples with jam and dried fruit
Baked apples with jam and dried fruit
Baked apples with jam and dried fruit
Baked apples with jam and dried fruit
Baked apples with jam and dried fruit
Baked apples with jam and dried fruit

Gluten Free Sandwiches with Cheese and Bacon – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten Free Sandwiches with Cheese and Bacon


Gluten-free cheese and bacon sandwiches, easy to make, fluffy and stringy. You can accompany these sandwiches with vegetables or other cheeses, but even alone, they are almost a single dish!

Family💚are always looking for tasty solutions for bread-making, but that they are easily reproducible by all and that they can bring the children with the taste of gluten-free flours: this is where these stringy sandwiches with bacon were born.

Click here for my sandwich mold!

For this recipe I used 6 grams of fresh brewer's yeast and let it rise for 5 hours. If you want to speed up or lengthen the leavening you can follow the instructions below:

10 gr fresh brewer's yeast (5 gr dry brewer's yeast) => 2/3 hours in the oven off with the light on

6 g fresh brewer's yeast (3 g dry yeast) => 4/5 hours in the oven off (you have to turn on the light depending on the room temperature, if it grows little, turn it on)

3 gr fresh brewer's yeast (1 gr dry brewer's yeast) => overnight in the fridge

You can also make these sandwiches with the planetary mixer with the hook leafy, starting from the flour in the bowl, dissolve the yeast in the water and add it to the flour, let the dough work, then add the oil and finally the salt.

As you can see, these sandwiches have 100% hydration, with gluten-free flours, it is normal to use more water, but 100% hydration you still have to know how to manage if you work by hand. In this case you can afford it because you put the dough directly into the die and in any case it always depends on the type of flour used and how it absorbs.

Simple and Racy Cauliflower Pancakes – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Simple and Racy Cauliflower Pancakes


Cauliflower pancakes are a side or second dish, gluten-free, delicious and quick to make, even for children, with a thousand variations depending on the spices and of vegetables that you like. I provide you with a simple cauliflower pancake that you can enrich with other vegetables or ingredients of your choice.

Family💚 vegetable-based dishes are never too many at home, partly for personal tastes, partly to offer children a palatable dish And healthy and this is one of them.

Microwave cauliflower, ready to freeze => find it here!

By omitting the smoked cheese, or by choosing a lactose-free cheese, this recipe is also suitable for intolerant, since the parmesan it is naturally lactose free.

If you want, you can modify the recipe by removing the eggs and replacing them with potato starch, until you reach an ideal consistency… It will be easy, since you don't have to form the pancakes with your hands!

This same recipe (perhaps by adding breadcrumbs and starch), you can also make it in the oven: form pancakes on the baking sheet or in a pan, covered with parchment paper and a drizzle of oil. Cook for about 20 minutes at 200 degrees ventilated, checking browning and cooking.

I anticipate the question that will surely come from the Family💚 … If you can place a sheet of parchment paper in the basket and form the pancakes inside, you can certainly try cooking them in an air fryer.

ATTENTION:
Cooking in the oven and in the air fryer needs a firmer dough (which you get with more flour, starch or breadcrumbs), while in the pan it can be even softer, because you can raise the heat slightly and help you with a spatula to hold them. together, which you can't do in the oven.

You can make these pancakes with other vegetables: zucchini, broccoli, cabbage, pumpkin, etc …

You can also play with spices and create new flavors that are close to everyone's tastes.

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