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The best spring recipe with vegetables – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Spring risotto recipe

Spring risotto recipe

Risotto Primavera

The best spring recipe, with all the fresh seasonal vegetables such as asparagus, peas and new broad beans. An ancient recipe from my grandmother to color the table in the spring months.

Preparation 20 minutes

Cooking 25 minutes

Scope First dishes

Kitchen Italian cuisine

Portions 4

Calories 350 kcal

  • 200 gr net of asparagus
  • 150 gr net of fresh peas
  • 150 gr net of new beans
  • 350 gr of Carnaroli or Arborio rice
  • Carrot
  • 100 gr of onion
  • 2 spoons of oil
  • 40 gr of parmesan
  • 20 gr of butter
  • salt
  • Pepper

For the broth:

  • 2 liters of water
  • Celery
  • half a carrot
  • Half onion
  • Spring vegetable scraps
  • salt


  • First clean the asparagus by removing the hardest parts and cut them into rounds. Set the tips aside for later;

  • The broad beans must be cleaned and the peas shelled

  • Cut the carrots and onion

  • After cutting all the vegetables, sauté: two spoons in the pan and add the onion and carrot, sauté for 5 minutes;

  • Add the vegetables and cook for another 5 minutes

  • Toast the rice with the vegetables for a couple of minutes and then pour in the white wine

  • Add the filtered broth so that it is even with the rice, about 3 ladles

  • Lower the heat and from time to time when we see that it is drying, add more broth

  • Cooking lasts 18 minutes from this moment and 5 minutes before we will put the asparagus tips having a different cooking

  • Two minutes before, add the salt, pepper and, with the heat off, the butter and parmesan

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Morning porridge: recipes to wake up with energy – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Morning porridge: recipes to wake up with energy

The morning is gold in the mouth, they say, and there is no better way to start the day with energy and vitality than with a delicious morning porridge. This versatile and nutritious dish has become increasingly popular among lovers of good food and gastronomy, thanks to its simplicity and its ability to be customized with a wide range of ingredients. In this article we will explore some delicious and creative recipes to make your morning porridge and start your day off on the right foot.

Porridge: a healthy and nutritious breakfast

Porridge is a dish made from oat flakes cooked in water or milk, which can be enriched with a variety of ingredients such as fresh fruit, dried fruit, seeds, honey and spices. This food is known to be rich in fiber, protein and complex carbohydrates, which provide long-term energy and keep blood sugar levels stable. Furthermore, the porridge is highly customizable and can be adapted to each individual’s tastes and needs.

Classic porridge with fresh fruit

One of the most classic and loved versions of porridge is the one enriched with fresh seasonal fruit. To prepare this delight, just cook the oat flakes in water or milk and serve them with slices of banana, strawberries, blueberries or other fruit of your choice. This combination of ingredients provides a pleasant explosion of flavors and colors that will make your breakfast not only nutritious, but also irresistibly tasty.

Overnight oatmeal, the cold porridge recipe without cooking

If you’re looking for something more indulgent and indulgent, cold porridge might be the perfect choice for you. Just add a few ingredients and complete the dish with dark chocolate flakes. This recipe will satisfy your sweet tooth without compromising your health and well-being.

Morning porridge is aideal option to start the day with energy and vitality. With its versatility and its ability to be customized according to individual tastes and needs, this dish lends itself to infinite variations and interpretations. Experiment with different ingredients and discover your favorite version of this breakfast classic.

Baked cutlets (Quick and delicious recipe!) – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Baked cutlets recipe - Recipe by Tavolartegusto

The Baked cutlets I’m a second dish light and delicious, perfect for those who don’t want to frywithout giving up crispy breaded slice on the outside And soft inside, with a delicious flavor and that it doesn’t choke ! believe me it’s amazing, not just for those on a diet! It won’t make you regret it absolutely the much loved Milanese cutlet.

Baked cutlets recipe - Recipe by Tavolartegusto

After various experiments and failed attempts, I developed this one quick recipe absolutely perfect to prepare a baked cutlet truly exquisite. The secret? There double breading bread crumbs + corn flakes that remains crispy and golden, it doesn’t come off and above all it creates a shell that does not dry out the internal flesh. In this case I created some Baked chicken cutlets but you can also choose slices of pig, veal or beef; Attention cooking times change depending on the thickness. In the procedure you will find all the information. Excellent hot freshly made, accompany them with a side dish of baked potatoes; or to put in the fabulous and very soft Hamburger Sandwiches together with fresh salad and sauces, they will ask you to make them again and again! Let it bet?

Discover also:

Palermo style cutlet (baked in the oven, with breading enriched with herbs and cheese)

Baked cutlet recipe


Preparation Cooking Total
10 minutes 5 minutes 15 minutes

Cost Kitchen Calories
Bass Italian 233 Kcal


Quantity for 4 people

    • 4 slices of chicken
    • 2 tablespoons breadcrumbs
    • about 2 tablespoons of corn flakes
    • 2 eggs
    • salt
    • extra virgin olive oil


How to make cutlets in the oven

First of all, beat the slices so as to obtain an equal thickness.

The ideal thickness for chicken is 4 – 5 mm so not too thin. the same thing goes for pork.

for slices of beef and veal the thicknesses are usually 2 – 3 mm and in this case the cooking time should be halved.

Then dip the slice well in the egg, then dip it in the crumbled cornflakes and finally in the breadcrumbs very well

how to make baked cutlets - Recipe by Tavolartegusto

Be careful to bread very well on all sides so as not to have empty spaces and obtain a very compact and thick breading.

Finally, place the slices on a baking tray previously lined with baking paper and add a generous drizzle of extra virgin olive oil:

cook cutlets in the oven - Recipe by Tavolartegusto

Finally you can cook in a preheated static oven at 180° for 15 minutes on the medium-high side.

After 12 minutes check and turn to brown on all sides. and decide whether to leave 1 – 2 minutes more depending on the thickness

Then take out of the oven and serve piping hot!

Baked cutlet - Recipe by Tavolartegusto


My advice is to consume them hot immediately, if so, you can keep them the next day by heating them in the microwave

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