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Piedmontese Stuffed Peaches – Yet another food blog – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Piedmontese Stuffed Peaches - Yet another food blog


These stuffed peaches are a traditional Piedmontese recipe that combines the sweetness of peaches with the intense flavor of amaretti and cocoa. This is my version with peaches in syrup.

Piedmontese stuffed peaches are a typical dessert of the gastronomic tradition of Piedmont, born in the countryside where peaches were a very common fruit. This simple but tasty recipe combines easily available ingredients, such as this tasty seasonal fruit, amaretti biscuits and almonds, creating a dessert with a unique flavour.

For the Piedmontese stuffed peaches recipe, yellow peaches or nectarines are usually used. Yellow peaches have firm, juicy flesh that holds its shape well during cooking, while nectarines, which are a fuzzless variety of peaches, offer a similar texture with smooth skin. These types of peaches are ideal because they do not fall apart easily during cooking and absorb the flavors of the filling well.

The variations

Authentic variations may include adding dark chocolate to the filling or flavors such as vanilla and cinnamon. In some versions, peaches are cooked in their own syrup to intensify the flavor and sweetness of the filling. In others, they are nuanced with wine.

Some modern variations include the addition of dry biscuits instead of amaretti or the use of walnuts instead of almonds. Another interesting alternative that I like to experiment with is the use of apricots, which offer a pleasant variation in taste and size… to eat in one bite!

I like to crumble a macaroon on the cooked stuffed peaches before serving and decorate with mint leaves for a contrast in color and texture. And if you also want to add a temperature contrast, you can serve them hot with a scoop of cream ice cream!

Stuffed peaches all year round

Stuffed peaches can be made at any time of the year thanks to the use of peaches in syrup*, which not only allow you to have a pantry ingredient always available, but they also reduce cooking times while maintaining the original taste.

By using peaches in syrup, in fact, the dessert is ready in a few minutes, without giving up the tradition and authentic flavor of the Piedmontese recipe.


Seasoned like a pizza maker they are better – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Baked eggplant pizzaiola recipe



Watch the video of the aubergines with this pizzaiola seasoning, the result is really excellent, one of the best ways to season baked aubergines

We could eat aubergines cooked this way every day, only 3 ingredients, you cook them in the oven and without frying! The seasoning is pizzaiola style so oregano, cherry tomatoes, capers but there is also mozzarella so that they almost look like aubergine pizzas. Easy to prepare but the result is TOP! One of the best condiments for baked aubergines.Baked eggplant pizzaiola recipe


2 aubergines, 1 kg

200 g of tomato

140 g of drained mozzarella

1 tablespoon capers

20 g breadcrumbs


60 ml of extra virgin olive oil




Place 60 ml of oil in a large bowl and salt, also add the oregano

Cut the aubergines lengthwise, they must be a little more than 1 cm thick

With what remains you can make an aubergine pesto

Preheat the oven to 190g fan assisted

Place the aubergines on a baking tray with baking paper and brush them with the seasoned oil on both sides.

Bake at 190 degrees in a fan oven

In the meantime, cut the tomatoes into small pieces

We put the tomatoes in the oil that has remained

Also cut the mozzarella into small pieces

And in the bowl of tomatoes, put the oregano, two tablespoons of breadcrumbs, the capers, the pepper and mix

After 15 minutes, take the aubergines out of the oven and season them first with the mozzarella and then the seasoned tomatoes

Place the breadcrumbs on top

Bake at 190 degrees ventilated and after 15 minutes we can take them out of the oven!

Practical and quick recipe for pizzaiola-style baked aubergines


AUBERGINES PESTO https://youtu.be/7GzDB65iazU?si=-W25RHnp5OL0SNRh

PASTA ROLLS WITH SICILIAN AUBERGINES https://youtu.be/0mZfhvZvq9Q?si=0ptrmtWVn-XO-Dab


EGGPLANT SALAD: https://youtu.be/vcPQZ6FluW0?si=DaNVyvnO_befxk5o

EGGPLANT BURGER https://youtu.be/PlTuH4VqH8U?si=gYK7TprQMgDoSqeS


Recipes with aubergines: 3 tasty ideas – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Recipes with aubergines: 3 tasty ideas


Eggplants are one of the most versatile and loved vegetables in the kitchen, thanks to their rich flavor and soft texture. If you are looking for new recipes to try with this ingredient, you are in the right place! In this article, we will explore three tasty ideas for making delicious dishes with eggplant.

Eggplant Parmesan

One of most classic and beloved recipes with aubergines it is definitely aubergines parmigiana. This traditional Italian dish combines fried aubergine slices with tomato sauce, mozzarella and parmesan, creating an irresistible mix of flavors and textures.

Eggplant stuffed with rice and tuna, a light recipe that can also be enjoyed cold

Another tasty idea for preparing aubergines is to stuff them with a mix of tasty ingredients. Stuffed aubergines are a versatile and popular dish, perfect to serve as an appetizer or main course.

Eggplant pizzas, a quick and tasty recipe

The aubergine pizzas are a delicious alternative to the classic pizzas, ideal for an aperitif or a light starter. With their base of grilled aubergines, they offer a lighter and healthier version, maintaining all the flavor and deliciousness. Quick and easy to prepare, these pizzas are perfect for surprising your guests with a touch of originality. A versatile dish that can be customized as desired, adapting to different needs and tastes.

Eggplants are a versatile and tasty ingredient that lends itself to many creative preparations in the kitchen. We hope these three ideas have inspired you to experiment with eggplant and create delicious dishes to enjoy together. Enjoy your meal!


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