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Potato and vegetable rosti, a quick preparation for a vegetarian dish full of color and flavor – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

Potato and vegetable rosti, a quick preparation for a vegetarian dish full of color and flavor

If you are looking for a vegetarian dish from the quick and easy recipe to be realized, the potato and vegetable rosti are the ideal choice. The dish combines crunchiness, freshness and vitality, creating a balance of flavors and textures. Whether you are an expert in the kitchen or a beginner, this versatile option adapts to every culinary skill, ensuring a satisfying and appetizing result.

Porridge, for a breakfast full of imagination and flavour – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

What’s better than a good one porridge a breakfast? We all know it: it’s good to start with a nutritious meal to have the adequate fuel to get to the middle of the day without feeling hungry again. Of Anglo-Saxon tradition, this dish includes a oat soup at the base, then seasoned with ingredients of your choice, according to your taste. We provide you with the below basic recipe plus some suggestions for a fancy porridge. Then in our gallery you will find some tips for variations on the theme which can help adapt the recipe to your needs.

How to make porridge: the basic recipe

The ingredients

  • 40 g of oat flakes
  • water or milk to taste


  1. Take a saucepan or saucepan and pour the oat flakes into it, covering them with water or milk.
  2. Cook over medium heat for about 5 minutes, until the oats thicken.
  3. The porridge base is ready: place it in a bowl and now let your imagination run wild with the garnishes!

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English porridge

Get 1 handful of raisins, 1 tablespoon of chopped almonds, 1 tablespoon of chopped hazelnuts and 2 tablespoons of yogurt of the flavor you prefer. Once the porridge is ready, add these ingredients and mix well.

Porridge with red fruits

This recipe is a bomb of antioxidants. To the basic recipe, add 1 tablespoon of maple syrup, 2 tablespoons of mixed berries (blackberries, raspberries, blueberries) and chocolate chips to taste. Delicious, but healthy!

Porridge banana split style

Add 1 tablespoon of chia seeds, 1 diced banana and 1 tablespoon of bitter cocoa to the basic porridge. A slightly revisited banana split, but excellent for starting the day on the right foot.

Porridge with dried fruit

To the basic porridge, add an apple cut into pieces during cooking and your favorite chopped dried fruit (whether walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, cashews…). Once ready, serve it in a bowl. You won’t be able to do without it anymore.

Savory porridge with eggs and rocket

To do the savory porridge you need an egg and arugula. First you need to toast the oat flakes in a pan with extra virgin olive oil and a pinch of salt. Then, once this operation has been done, cook the oats in the saucepan with the water as per the basic recipe. In the meantime, cook the egg in the pan (fried or poached) and cut the rocket. As soon as the porridge is ready, serve it in the bowl with the egg and rocket placed on top. And enjoy your meal.

Tart for Mother’s Day: 20 recipes full of love – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

A tart for the Mother’s Day It’s always a great idea. In fact, on the second Sunday of May we will meet with the desire to celebrate it, dedicate lots of love to it and have a rich and good lunch. Everyone has the choice of the first courses on the menu, but one rule remains: leave some room for dessert!

And what better dessert than tart for Mother’s Day? Evocative, homemade and simple to prepare, remember the many afternoons spent doing snack with a good tart and a steaming cup of tea, i awaken Sundays who saw her towering on the table among the lattes, inebriating us with perfumes and all lunches in which, after the second course, there was always space for a bit of mum’s tart!

So, whether it is the classic shortcrust pastry preparation or a more imaginative variation, it will be perfect to close the upcoming Sunday lunch. But which one to choose?

Tart for Mother’s Day: our ideas

If you love chocolate the choice is simple: they are there tart with ganache, oranges and cream, recipe from the famous pastry chef Ernst Knam, and the two-chocolate tart without oven, a quick and clever idea that transforms the shortcrust pastry shell into a crunchy base of dark chocolate, puffed rice and chopped hazelnuts.

Those looking for an exotic touch won’t be able to resist the tart meringue pie with mangosteen creamor to tart with mango and kiwi ribbons, while the strawberry and rhubarb tart with lime panna cotta, the tart with rose creamthe tart with small fruits and the hazelnut and strawberry tart they will be perfect for bringing a bit of spring to the table.

There double tart with base and cover, it is the ideal choice for those who love classic flavors and can be served while still warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream to make it even tastier, try the spiced pear tart or the pasticciotto tart with cream and black cherries. To end on a high note, we also offer recipes that include tarts with a creamier preparation, thanks to the soft fillings that characterize them: the forest tartthe quick tart with the oven offthe almond, rosemary and apricot tart, there Lazio ricotta tart, there muesli tart without oven and the cake with bischeri for true gourmands.

Tarts for Mother’s Day: 20 recipes

Mother's Day

20 tarts for Mother’s Day

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