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Gluten Free Chocolate Cake with Dark Heart – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten Free Chocolate Cake with Dark Heart


The chocolate cake with dark heart is an easy and delicious gluten-free recipe perfect for Saint Valentine, but not only! The pie is really quick to make with very few ingredients you have at home!

With these doses you will get 2 cupcakes.

Family💚 today I offer you not only a romantic recipe, but a delicacy ready in a few minutes, perfect for a special snack!

My mold measures 8cm in diameter and 4cm in height, even slightly larger, but not smaller, are fine.

The secret of the fondant heart is cooking, of course! In my oven I baked in the central part at 200 degrees static, preheated, but obviously all ovens are different so I recommend you do some trial And write down the cooking time perfect for having a nice chocolate waterfall!

How to regulate?

Let your pie grow, after 8 or 10 minutes you can open the door and check that a crust has formed on the surface. Shaking the tray, the pie must move slightly and detach itself from the edges of the mold … If it remains motionless, you have gone further in cooking!

The litmus test, unfortunately, is always the opening, but if you do a couple of tests, I assure you that you will prey on us and taste!

Indian veal curry burger – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Indian veal curry burger


This veal curry burger has all the flavor and color of Indian spices thanks to the delicious Madras curry sauce.

That of the curry burger is a simple recipe to make and of great effect, to be personalized with your favorite curry spice blend. I have always loved Madras curry, a mixture based on turmeric, coriander, cumin, fenugreek, paprika, pepper, mustard seeds, chilli, ginger, fennel seeds, garlic and cardamom.

I like to make the sauce with Greek yogurt, to make it creamy and light. But if you want to try a variant of Greek yogurt, I invite you to taste mine curry mayonnaise.

You can also use different types of meat for your burger, from chicken to beef, through lamb or turkey. I wanted to use the veal burger from the veal of Casa Vercelli.

This product is obtained only from the meat of fine calves, born, raised and selected in Italy, this minced meat is tasty and versatile, suitable for many recipes. It is digestible, has very little fat and a high content of proteins and amino acids.

post made in collaboration with Vitello di Casa Vercelli

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<h6>ingredients for 2 curry burgers</h6>
<h3>WHAT</h3>
<ul>
<li>2 burger bun</li>
<li>150 g of Greek yogurt</li>
<li>1 tablespoon of Madras curry (or your favorite curry)</li>
<li>50 ml of olive oil</li>
<li>2 veal burgers</li>
<li>1 red onion</li>
<li>1 teaspoon of sweet paprika</li>
<li>extra virgin olive oil to taste</li>
<li>mixed salad to taste</li>
<li>a bunch of coriander</li>
<li>half a lime</li>
</ul>
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HOW TO PREPARE THE CURRY BURGER

First, I peeled the red onion and cut it into wedges. I placed it on a baking sheet covered with baking paper, sprinkled with seed oil, sprinkled with paprika and seasoned with salt and pepper. I baked for 25 minutes in a hot oven at 200 degrees.

In the meantime, I cooked the 2 veal burgers without seasoning on a very hot grill pan for 8 minutes, turning them halfway through cooking.

Meanwhile, I mixed the curry spice mixture with the oil and Greek yogurt until the mixture was smooth and homogeneous.

Finally, I dressed the salad with oil, chopped coriander, lime juice, salt and pepper. If you don't like fresh coriander you can replace it with simple parsley

Everything is ready to whip up our curry burger: bread, curry sauce, veal burger, baked onions and lime salad.

Click.

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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.

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