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Butterless pancakes with maple syrup – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay

Butterless pancakes with maple syrup

To prepare your pancakes, sift the Flour and add it sugarThe baking powder and the pinch of salt.
Jumbled up good for him dry ingredients. At this point, in another bowl, beat theegg with the milk el’seed oil.

Winter fruit salad with caramelized syrup – Italian Cuisine

Winter fruit salad with caramelized syrup

1) Toasted the almonds in a small pan and transfer them to a plate. In the same pan paid the sugar and caramelize it over a high flame by rotating the container until the sugar melts and takes on color. United caramel almonds, pour everything on a sheet of parchment paper and let it cool.
2) Peel live four oranges and separate the wedges. Grainy and wash the grapes. Pour the remaining orange juice into a saucepan and bring it to a boil. Add a third of the minced brittle and stir until melted. Let it cool down the syrup.
3) In a bowl jumbled up the orange wedges and grapes, pour over the syrup and let it rest for 1 hour. Serve the fruit salad with the crunchy remaining in small pieces.

Posted on 04/12/2021


Chestnuts in syrup – Recipe Chestnuts in syrup by – Italian Cuisine

First clean the chestnuts with a cloth, cut them crosswise with a small knife with a smooth blade, then cook them for 10 minutes in boiling water together with the thyme.

Leave them in the hot water so that they do not dry out and, being careful not to burn them, take them one at a time and peel them (also removing the inner skin) starting from the incision to make the task easier.
Continue like this with all the chestnuts.

Prepare the syrup by boiling the water with sugar, lemon peel and vanilla (after cutting the pod).
Simmer for 5 minutes, then remove from heat, remove the lemon and vanilla and add the rum.

Arrange the chestnuts in a sterilized jar (here the procedure to do it correctly) and cover them with the still boiling syrup, then plug tightly and let it cool upside down.

The chestnuts in syrup are ready: let them season for 1 month before tasting them.

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