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Gluten Free Heart Brioche, Cream and Chocolate – Easy Dough Without Butter and Oil – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten Free Heart Brioche, Cream and Chocolate - Easy Dough Without Butter and Oil


Gluten-free brioches are easy and versatile with this recipe without butter And oil with cream in the dough! I gave my croissants a shape a heart, I filled them with custard and chocolate, excellent for a breakfast, snack or delicious dessert.

With this dose you will get 24 small brioches (my heart mold measures 7 cm in the widest part!)

# Family💚 I am extremely happy to share this beautiful, versatile and delicious recipe that you can give a thousand shapes and fill as you like!

You know I'm crazy about custard, I couldn't help but put it in these sweet hearts! For the sweet tooth, any type of spreadable cream (hazelnut, pistachio, almond) or jam is also fine.

See also => ​​Gluten Free Custard and Chocolate Cream – One Foolproof Recipe for Two Tastes

The important thing is to know that this brioche cuts wonderfully!

To have an impeccable leavened cake, you must always start from a super homogeneous dough, I show you that you can also get it by working by hand, but if you want to help you with a planetary mixer, you can definitely do it!

Use the leaf hook and make the recipe as described below.

These brioches, by appropriately modifying the ingredients, you can absolutely make them lactose-free.

Aloo curry: cream of Indian potatoes – Gordon Ramsay’s version

aloo curry - cream of Indian potatoes


Potatoes, broth and spices: the ingredients list of this aloo curry is short, but I assure you that its aroma and flavor will be full of tasty nuances.

There are many versions of Aloo Curry, but the one I want to share with you is my favorite. “Aloo” which in Indian means “potato”, the undisputed protagonist of this fragrant and very simple recipe. A poor dish, but rich in taste.

aloo curry - cream of Indian potatoes

ingredients for 2 people

WHAT

  • 300 g potatoes (peeled)
  • 1 tablespoon of seeds (black mustard, cumin, coriander and nigella)
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon of mixture of Madras curry*
  • 3 cm of fresh ginger
  • 1 large shallot
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 2 cups of vegetable broth
  • parsley to serve
  • a few drops of coconut milk or Greek yogurt
  • Salt to taste

HOW TO PREPARE AN ALOO CURRY – INDIAN POTATO SOUP

First, I toasted the seeds in a large pan, then I combined the oil and the powdered spices. This step is essential to express all the aromas of the spices.

I combined the sautéed shallot, ginger and garlic, peeled and finely chopped and, after a few minutes, I added the potatoes. I let them brown for a couple of minutes, then I covered with the broth, lowered the heat and cooked (if necessary you can adjust with a little water).

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At the end of cooking I blended almost all the potatoes with an immersion blender, leaving some whole for a chewable effect, I put it back on the fire for another 5 minutes and I served with fresh parsley (or coriander, if you like) and a few drops of milk coconut.

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aloo curry - cream of Indian potatoes

Scope della Befana shortcrust pastry biscuits – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Scope della Befana shortcrust pastry biscuits


The scope della Befana – shortbread biscuits they are lovely simple and very scenic sweets, ideal for celebrating Epiphany.

In practice they are gods simple shortcrust biscuits which are given the shape of a broom and decorated with melted chocolate and colored sugar tails.

The brooms of the Befana they are ideal for enriching the Befana stocking with sweets made with your hands and that will leave your children speechless.

Just a little shortcrust pastry, melted chocolate (dark or milk) and sticks like mikado sticks.

With a little imagination, your biscuit sweeps are ready to go!

Follow the various steps of the recipe to find out how to turn simple shortbread biscuits into real brooms.

The scope della Befana – shortbread biscuits

To give your biscuits the shape of a broom, you can use a bell-shaped mold, to which you will have to cut the part of the "clapper" that protrudes. Then with the tines of a fork cut underneath the wide part so as to simulate a real broom.

With a long and wide toothpick create a hole where you will then insert the chocolate stick. This phase is the most delicate because the stick could break easily. Insert it gently!

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