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" Pallotte Cheese And Eggs – Italian Cuisine

" Pallotte Cheese And Eggs


First make the tomato sauce: brown the garlic clove in olive oil, then remove the garlic, add the tomato puree and basil, salt and cook for at least 15-20 minutes on a low flame .

While the sauce is cooking, start with the preparation of the pallotte cacio e uova: mince together the other half of the garlic, parsley and cheese (or you can finely chop the garlic and parsley with a knife and then season the cheese, the choice is yours) .
Put the eggs in a bowl, beat them lightly with salt and pepper, then add the seasoned cheese.

Start stirring, then add the breadcrumbs, a little at a time: you will have to obtain a compact but soft mixture, the right consistency to be worked with just damp hands without splitting (because too dry) or discarding (because it is too soft) .

With wet hands, form the pallotte, gradually placing them on a tray.
Then heat the seed oil in a frying pan and start cooking, a few pallets at a time so that the temperature of the oil does not drop too much and that the pallets are not in contact with each other, risking to join or break. I used 2 different cooking pans to speed things up.
Gently turn the pallotte occasionally, so as to obtain a uniform golden brown.

As soon as they are ready, drain the pallotte on absorbent paper. They are already cooked, so if you want you can taste them already, but I assure you that after the final passage in the sauce they will be even better!
Bring the sauce to a boil, then lower the pallotte and cook for about 20 minutes, so that they absorb the sauce and are flavored.

The cheese and eggs pallotte are ready: serve and serve immediately, hot!

Vegan revolution in Brazil with the first plant eggs – Italian Cuisine


Vegan breakthrough in Brazil: one of the largest egg producers, by consumer demand, launches 100% vegetable eggs

Brazil, one of the largest egg producers in the world, seems to have reached a significant vegan turnaround. Recently, in fact, the leading company in the egg market, not only in Brazil but throughout South America, has recently launched a new product in all respects similar to the eggs, packaging included, but 100% vegan. What is the beginning of a change of food route, of a country increasingly oriented towards the reduction of animal proteins?

Vegan revolution in Brazil?

The growing worldwide attention to environmental and animal rights issues is gradually conditioning not only the mentality and eating habits of consumers, but also the trend of the food market. While increases the production and sale of vegetable and vegan alternatives, including the well-known Impossible Burger or the first plant-based can of tuna that has been on sale this year, even big brands and leading companies in the meat and dairy market are adapting to this new trend. It is the case, rather sensational, of the Grupo Mantiqueira, the first egg producer in Brazil, which has decided to adapt to the new needs of the market and to work on an alternative vegan food. For some time, in fact, even in what is the sixth largest egg producing country in the world with 2.2 billion eggs only in 2016, there is an air of change. A few months ago, following the Animal Equality survey on the dramatic conditions of caged chicken farms in Brazil, a survey was conducted that highlighted the growing demand from consumers for plant-based foods. In particular, 29% of the more than 9,000 Brazilian citizens interviewed stated that they would significantly reduce the consumption of meat, eggs and dairy products.

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The non-egg egg that the Brazilians expected

Grupo Mantiqueira, in order to face this social change and the growing demand for vegan food, has collaborated with the Good Food Institute (GFI) Brazil, a non-profit organization that promotes plant food through scientific and political initiatives. The end result was N.Ovo, or a 100% vegetable and vegan egg, made with pea starch and vegetable protein. This food, sold in the usual cardboard egg boxes, is their perfect substitute, ideal for example for preparations such as bread and cakes. The company said it was proud to be part of this national vegan turnaround and to have understood that there are much more sustainable ways to feed the world.

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Desserts without eggs, our delicious recipes – Italian Cuisine


Flour, butter, eggs and sugar. These are the first ingredients that come to mind when it comes to desserts, but nothing is taken for granted. Preparing delicious desserts without eggs is indeed possible as our recipes demonstrate. Go ahead a tarts, waffles, cakes, spoon desserts, plum cake and much more to enjoy the pleasure of a delicious dish without limitations. Many dessert recipes that I usually expect the use of eggs in fact, can be prepared with groups of alternative ingredients, including pancakes.

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But preparing a dessert without eggs does not necessarily mean relying on a vegan recipe. Very often in fact, to make the dough soft despite the absence of eggs, we rely on one extra dose of milk, better if whole. If we are tied to a vegan diet, we can focus on the milk of soy, but the effect is not guaranteed. To avoid mistakes when making desserts, let us rely on recipes designed to be prepared with the ingredients we intend to use: making arbitrary substitutions could compromise the final result!

In the gallery above, our desserts without eggs.

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