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Recipe Creamed cod and polenta, the recipe – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

Recipe Creamed cod and polenta, the recipe


Step 1

Bring 1.5 liters of salted water to the boil, pour in the corn flour, stirring with a whisk, then continue mixing with a spatula for about 1 hour: you should obtain a soft polenta; roll it out onto a greased or baking paper-lined baking tray to a thickness of 1.5 cm and leave to cool.

Step 2

Peel and bone the cod very carefully. Cut it into cubes. Chop a shallot and let it sauté gently in a pan with 4 tablespoons of oil, the anchovy fillets and a small piece of chilli (measure it very sparingly), add the cod and cook it for 5 minutes so that it releases its water; then pour in the wine, let it evaporate, add the milk and cook for another 10 minutes or so; finally taste it and add salt if needed. Blend everything with the immersion blender adding another 4 tablespoons of oil.

Step 3

Cut the polenta, now cold and firm, into discs or squares and brown it in a pan with a little oil and butter until golden on both sides; alternatively, grease it lightly and bake it at 220°C for about ten minutes (croutons).

Step 4

Serve the cod on polenta croutons, finishing with a few drops of oil and chervil leaves if desired.

Chickpea hummus recipe with sweet scones – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

Chickpea hummus recipe with sweet scones


After soybeans and beans, they are the chickpeas the most cultivated legumes: Asia has the record, whileHummus it is one of the most typical preparations of the Mediterranean.

Fundamental and much loved on the tables of all time, one of the greatest families of ancient Rome, that of the famous orator Cicero, even took its name from chickpeas. And theItalydespite its production volumes not comparable to Asia, stands out for its variety of the offer.

In the regions most suited to climate and tradition, many types have become typical agri-food products (Pat) or Slow Food presidia: in Tuscany we find the small chickpea from Valdarno; in Campania the Ofanto chickpea and the black chickpea of the Fortore, with thick skin and intense flavor; in Basilicata the red chickpea from Latronico, base of a sweet cocoa cream to fill fried panzerotti; in Puglia the Nardò chickpea; in Sicily the red chickpea of ​​Cianciana, aromatic and rich in iron…

In the form of flour, chickpeas are the protagonists of many typical dishes, from farinata in Liguria to panelle in Sicily. Whole, they go into soups with other legumes and cereals such as mesciua from La Spezia or ciceri e tria, pasta and chickpeas from Salento.

And without chickpeas there would be no hummus, a sauce loved all over the world which we propose combined with in this recipe sweet scones.

Carbonara recipe with tuna and bottarga – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

Carbonara recipe with tuna and bottarga


We allowed ourselves some variations on the carbonara theme together with the Roman chef Ruben Bondì, who, among the various recipes, created a seafood one for us. There double tuna carbonara It resembles the traditional Roman pasta dish in appearance, but in reality, instead of bacon, the chef used fresh tuna cut into chunks and browned in a pan.

Eggs and pecorino of the original recipe are maintained, while the extra touch is given by the bottarga, tuna and mullet, to complete the dish together with ground pepper. A perfect recipe for pescatarians who don’t want to give up the idea of ​​carbonara.

But who is the author of the recipe? Ruben Bondì began his career as a chef in prestigious restaurants around the world and as a personal chef. He has racked up 1.5 million followers on Instagram and 2.4 million on TikTok, all in just one year of activity. He was recently awarded best influencer at the Inda Awards. He is the author of the book: Cook with Ruben and has recently started its first TV format: Cooking on the balcony with Ruben. In 2023 he entered the Forbes under 30s ranking.

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