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Delicious appetizers: 5 recipes for a super aperitif – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Delicious appetizers: 5 recipes for a super aperitif

L’culinary art it is a vast and fascinating universe, where every ingredient, every spice, every cooking technique becomes a piece of a mosaic that seduces the palate. For food and wine enthusiasts, the appetizer is not just the beginning of a meal, but a real declaration of intent, a prologue that promises stories of flavors and aromas. In this article, we will explore five delicious appetizers which promise to transform every aperitif into a memorable gastronomic experience.

The magic of quick appetizers

Piadina baskets, the delicious appetizer ready in 10 minutes!

In Italy, piadina is more than just a dish; it is a symbol of conviviality, of shared moments. The piadina baskets represent a creative reinterpretation of this tradition, a play of shapes and flavors that enchants from the first glance.

Baked pumpkin chips, the crunchy recipe with a very quick method!

Baked pumpkin chips are proof that simplicity can be surprisingly refined. This appetizer plays on the balance between the natural sweetness of the pumpkin and the crunchiness obtained with careful cooking. A dish that combines taste and aesthetics impeccably.

The appetizer as an expression of creativity

Broccoli flan, the easy and spectacular recipe

The culinary art is fully expressed in dishes such as broccoli flan, where the strong and earthy flavor of this vegetable meets a presentation that excites the sight before the palate. A flan that is a hymn to creativity in the kitchen.

Fried ricotta: the perfect recipe for a killer home-made aperitif

Fried ricotta is a small luxury, an appetizer that transforms a humble ingredient into a crunchy and enveloping delight.

Homemade spreadable cheese, the creamy and enveloping recipe

Homemade spreadable cheese, on the other hand, is a caress for the palate, a creamy consistency that welcomes and envelops every bite. Both represent the essence of hospitality, of the pleasure of sharing something made with your own hands.

In these five recipes, every ingredient, every gesture in the kitchen becomes a word in a gastronomic story waiting to be told. From the playful shapes of the piadina baskets to the crunchiness of the pumpkin chips, from the rustic charm of the broccoli flan to the refined simplicity of the fried ricotta and spreadable cheese, each appetizer is a invitation to explore worlds of flavorto celebrate the beauty of the table and the pleasure of being together.

Gluten-Free Schiacciata with Biga to Fill – 24 hours of leavening with 1 g of Yeast [Saltimbocca Napoletano] – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten-Free Schiacciata with Biga to Fill - 24 hours of leavening with 1 g of Yeast [Saltimbocca Napoletano]

Hi #Family💛 I’m finally sharing these wonderful stuffed flatbreads, made with biga and a gram of yeast with 24-hour leavening!

For #sabatopizza, I prepare the biga on Friday evening, I let it rise in the fridge all night and the next day at lunchtime I prepare the main dough, as written in the steps below!

It is a very hydrated dough, if you are a beginner I recommend decreasing the quantity slightly waterfallif you then change the mix, as you know, you have to be even more careful, because the dose could change radically!

I worked it with the planetarybut if you want you can do without, using a spatula if you are comfortable.


Soft tart (with clever mould) the basic recipe step by step – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Soft tart

There Soft tart it’s a basic sweet recipe simple and versatile; made with a dough similar to that of a cake which cooks in the typical way clever tart moldfrom which we obtain a soft base And concave in the centerideal from stuff to taste with custard, chocolate cream, ganache, namelaka, mascarpone cream; that you can to decorate with fresh fruit, dry, grains; in this way they can be achieved many types Of Soft tarts And Quick stuffed cakes.

Soft tart

TO difference of the classic tart, it is one easier preparation And quickit will be enough whip the ingredients in 5 minutes . Attention to the realization is the clever mold is essentialthe one with the classic rise in the center so that the central cavity typical characteristic of Soft tart. Once cooked, let cool before filling! With this soft base you can achieve infinite versions , from the choreographic fruit tart, a delicious chocolate tart, the Lindt milk cake; a pistachio tart, the wonderful Kinder bueno cake! Perfect to present on the table as dessert at the end of the meal, for more special occasions! or also birthday cake!

Soft tart recipe


Preparation Cooking Total
10 minutes 15 minutes 25 minutes


Quantity for a 28cm tart mold

  • 150 g of ’00 flour
  • 130 g of sugar
  • 100 ml of milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 80 ml of sunflower seed oil (or equal quantity of melted butter)
  • vanilla (1 sachet or a spoonful of extract)
  • 8 g of baking powder for desserts


How to make a soft tart

First of all, whisk the eggs with sugar and vanilla in a bowl, stirring constantly, add oil, milk, finally flour and sifted yeast, until you obtain a fluid mixture.

Then butter and flour a craft mold and pour the mixture:

Finally, cook in a hot static oven at 180° for about 20 – 25 minutes on the medium side.

When tested with a toothpick it must be dry!

Then remove from the oven and after allowing to cool for a few minutes in the pan, remove from the mold and leave to cool completely on a wire rack.

when it will be completely there Soft tart it will be ready to fill!

soft tart recipe

I leave you some ideas for filling with sweet creams of your choice

Can I make a soft chocolate tart?

Yes, for the base just use 110 g of 00 flour + 40 g of bitter cocoa powder)

Once cooled, you can keep your soft tart for 3 – 4 days well sealed in cling film, the first day even at room temperature, then better in the fridge.

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