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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.

Carrots: properties, curiosities and useful information Quick and easy recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Carrots: properties, curiosities and useful information

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Origin: Middle East, the carrot was imported by the Greeks and Romans. At first they were used for medical purposes or to feed animals but, thanks to Caterina De 'Medici, during the sixteenth century carrots began to be used for cooking.

Property: The carrot contains many mineral salts, vitamins and above all beta-carotene, which has an antioxidant and beneficial action for the skin, eyes and heart. Furthermore, its consumption lowers cholesterol levels

Curiosity: Did you know that the carrot was purplish in color? The orange pigment, in fact, is due to some Dutch horticulturists who, in the seventeenth century, made some selections as a tribute to the royal family (The Orange).

Sowing: from February to June; the carrot plant prefers a warm and temperate climate, does not need a lot of water and loves loose and soft soil. The plant has a very slow growth and must be defended from weeds that can steal nourishment from it. for more info on how to grow carrots read here: How and when to sow carrots

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Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen


Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen

When we combine the Norcia sausage with the unique flavor of cardoncelli mushrooms, let's create a really good and tasty second course or single dish. A special and easy to prepare recipe.

A few simple ingredients are needed and in a few minutes you will be serving a dish that will really please everyone.

Read also: Creamy sausage meatballs with mushrooms

Difficulty: low

Cooking: 30 minutes

Preparation: 15 minutes

Flat cost: medium

Doses: 2 people

INGREDIENTS FOR 2 PEOPLE


* You can also use the classic sausage.

TOOLS USED


no stick pan,

HOW TO PREPARE THE NORCIA SAUSAGE AND CARDONCELLI MUSHROOMS

• Start by cleaning the mushrooms by eliminating any earth residues; cut them into slices and peel the Norcia sausage.

• Heat a drizzle of olive oil with the whole garlic clove in the non-stick pan and brown the garlic. Add the pieces of sausage and cook over medium heat for about 5 minutes.

Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen

• As soon as the sausage is lightly browned, simmer with the red wine.

Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen

• Flavor with dried bay leaves.

Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen

• Add the cardoncelli mushrooms and cook for about 10 minutes or until the mushrooms are wilted.

Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen

• Add the diced red tomatoes and continue cooking until the tomatoes are cooked. When cooked, remove the garlic and bay leaves.

Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen

• Serve hot. For more info on conservation read the tips ▼ below.

Norcia sausage and cardoncelli mushrooms recipe from Creativa in the kitchen

• I suggest you to consume freshly prepared, but if leftover, you can store in the fridge (once cold) or room temperature, but from consume within the day.

• You can replace the Norcia sausage with the classic sausage, as long as it is peeled. This way the sausage will absorb the flavor of the other ingredients.

• You can also use other types of mushrooms (e.g. porcini or champignon mushrooms), in season.

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