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Baked delica pumpkin – Italian Cuisine

»Baked delica pumpkin


First of all, wash the pumpkin well and remove the seeds and internal filaments with a spoon, then cut the pumpkin into slices that are not too thick (but, above all, fairly equal to each other, so that they cook evenly)

Arrange the slices on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper (without overlapping each other), season with salt, oil, honey and thyme, then cook for about 40 minutes (but it depends on the size of the slices: check the skin with the tines of a fork: if come in and out easily, as with potatoes, the pumpkin is done) in a convection oven preheated to 180 ° C.

The pumpkin delica in the oven is ready: serve it hot, lukewarm or even cold.

Molise baked pasta – Italian Cuisine


“This recipe represents mine Molise roots, very important, profound, never forgotten . It is full of memories there baked pasta from Dominga (in honor of grandfather Domenico) Lion, twenty-six years old, raised in Parma, a Chinese degree recently obtained in Venice. «My family is from Irsina, near Matera. The dish I am telling is in fact the one that the maternal grandmother Lucia, called Mamma Cia, always prepared on September 16, for the feast of the patron saint, Santa Eufemia. We also put dried sausage cubes inside, a local specialty. The secret? A generous sauce with which the layers of pasta are then sprinkled, which in fact ends cooking in the sauce. Even my boyfriend is crazy about it, he too of Molise origins, who as a child stole the tiny ones from his grandmother fried meatballs, one of the ingredients that make up the recipe. On the other hand, I remember certain late awakenings, on Sundays, when, instead of coffee with milk and a croissant, we had breakfast making the shoe in the famous sauce, the aroma of which permeated the air. A poem".

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Dominiga Leone.

Baked cheese with honey – Italian Cuisine

Baked cheese with honey


Two ingredients that go perfectly together and that can turn into a real treat for the palate. Try our recipes with baked cheese

If you are a lover of cheese platters with honey and jams, you will go crazy for these recipes in which cheese is the protagonist and is baked in the oven with honey, dried and fresh fruit and many other delicious ingredients.

Here are the most irresistible recipes with this combination.

Baked camembert with honey

This second is simply extraordinary if you love melting sweet cheeses.
You can use a form of brie or camembert and put it in the oven to cook with slices of abate pear with the peel
inside a not too large terracotta dish.
Season everything with a mix of extra virgin olive oil and honey and scented with thyme leaves.
You can also use other seasonal fruit if you prefer, such as i figs as long as they are there.
Bake for 10 minutes at 180 ° and then serve the cheese that has melted inside with plenty of honey and with breadsticks or croutons to sink into the warm heart.

Baked ricotta

Alone two ingredients to serve a second course, but also a truly unusual and tasty dessert.
This is the ricotta baked with the honey.
To prepare it, just place a whole cow's milk ricotta in a small pan and season it with plenty of wildflower honey or chestnut honey, if you prefer a more intense flavor.
Cook it at 200 ° for about 25 minutes, until it becomes colorful.
Serve warm with hazelnuts And chopped walnuts coarsely and this is a great appetizer to present with grape and figs as an accompaniment, but also a dessert served with a sprinkling of cinnamon and dark chocolate flakes.

Strudel with pecorino cheese, spicy provolone and honey

Another recipe that can be prepared in an instant and that makes a great impression is this savory strudel, perfect for an appetizer and second course.
Use a puff pastry or shortcrust pastry base with a fork and place slices of semi-seasoned pecorino and spicy provolone in the center.
Season everything with honey and add a crunchy part: walnuts or hazelnuts or pine nuts.
Close the strudel and cook it at 180 ° in a static oven for 35 minutes.

Discover in the gallery many other tips for preparing your baked cheese with honey!

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