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  • Cappelletti  | Smeg UK

    CAPPELLETTI

    Preparation (filling): Fry the finely chopped onion in the butter and then add the finely chopped cured ham and chicken breast, the minced beef and the 2 crumbled sausages. Stir and leave to brown well. When the mixture has browned, add the cloves, cinnamon, salt and pepper. Cover tightly and leave to cook more...

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  • Farfalle with radicchio | Smeg UK

    FARFALLE WITH RADICCHIO

    Fry the onion in 3 tablespoons of the oil; when softened, add the radicchio and season with salt and pepper. Brown for a few minutes. Let any liquid evaporate, add the cheese and milk, then stir well. Meanwhile, cook the pasta in salted boiling water until "al dente"; as soon as it is ready, drain and tip more...

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  • Gluten-Free Fettuccine | Smeg UK

    GLUTEN-FREE FETTUCCINE

    Attach the dough hook to the stand mixer and add the flour, eggs and salt. Mix on speed 1 until the dough is homogenous and comes together in a ball. Check the consistency of the dough with your finger. If it leaves an imprint (like a ripe peach) and doesn’t stick to your finger, it’s ready. If the more...

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  • NIDI DI RONDINE (SWALLOW'S NEST)	 | Smeg UK

    NIDI DI RONDINE (SWALLOW'S NEST)

    Prepare the dough with flour and eggs, don’t use the entire amount of flour. Let the dough rest for 30 minutes. Clean the mushrooms, take off the base and slice them. Don’t wash the mushrooms, otherwise they would absorb the water and lose the flavour. Better use a wet cloth. Stretch the dough until more...

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  • Passatelli noodles in broth | Smeg UK

    PASSATELLI NOODLES IN BROTH

    Make a tasty meat and chicken broth. Mix the breadcrumbs with the Parmigiano Reggiano, eggs and a generous grating of nutmeg, until a firm dough forms. Pass the dough through a colander with medium-size holes, cutting the emerging noodles to a length of approx. 2 cm. Plunge into boiling water; after approx. more...

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