lunedì 17 novembre 2014

Tavola di broccoli

We had a long week of rain here in Milan. Saturday was really bad it rained for 24 hours so I decided not to go out and take my sofa care of me all day.

For lunch I was so inspired to prepare a good and mainly a coloured lunch to fight against a bit of melancholy. So here’s the result.

Roman cauliflower

Sheep milk ricotta
Black pepper

Mix the ricotta with 2 spoons of water to get a creamy sauce. Steam the roman cauliflower for 12 min it must remain crunchy. Pan roast some almonds and rehydrate the raisin. Dress the roman cauliflower with some evo oil.

On the plate pour the ricotta sauce, lay down the roman cauliflower (warm) and some pan roasted almonds, raisins and some grain of Cervia salt and fresh grounded black pepper.

domenica 2 novembre 2014


love freselle! This crunchy twice cooked bread is delicious and It could be baked enriched with spices and served with every kind of food you most enjoy!

200 gr wholemeal flour
200 gr flour OO
250 gr water
8 gr fresh yeast
A pinch of salt

Dissolve the yeast into the water. Mix the flour, add the pinch of salt and then pour in the water. Knead the dough and leaven for 2 hours.

Cut dough into 4 parts and each part in 2. Work this 8 ball into rolls, close them as a circle. Leaven for an hour on the same pan to bake.

Preheat the oven to 170C, put the freselle for 15/20 min.

Cut the fresella into two parts horizontally then put back in the oven for 20/25 min.

Cool down and store in a bag in a dry place.