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Macaroni with breadcrumbs


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Put the macaroni to boil

Fry the breadcrumbs, and after cooling, mix with the sugar

After the macaroni is cooked, drain the water and rinse a little with cold water


Mix the macaroni with the breadcrumbs over low heat for 2-3 min


Tagliatelle with crispy breadcrumbs - Everything you need to know about the recipe

  • It is a recipe that started in Southern Italy, the place where simple ingredients work wonders! Southern Italy, the poorest region of the peninsula, has produced throughout its culinary history some of the most spectacular recipes, known and appreciated worldwide. Even if they had few ingredients at hand, even if they are not very spectacular recipes as a way of preparation, I am amazed by the combination of tastes and flavors, aromatic herbs and sauces. Hence its origin and our recipe today, Tagliatelle with crispy breadcrumbs.
  • Precisely because it is not a complicated recipe, but one with simple ingredients, it is important that all ingredients are of the best quality, carefully chosen.

So I chose the 100% durum wheat pasta from Paste Baneasa, pasta made exactly like in Italy and which, you know very well, I have been using in Teo’S Kitchen for almost 2 years! This time I used tagliatelle, because it is the kind of recipe in which long pasta fits. Of course, you can also use spaghetti. And, about the 100% durum wheat pasta from Baneasa, I remind you that they recently changed their packaging and you will find them on the shelf in the packaging version in the bag, not in the box.


300 grams of macaroni (or any kind of thicker pasta)
3 eggs, 50 ml of milk
150 grams of sheep cheese
200 grams of fresh cottage cheese
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons breadcrumbs
200 grams of plain or smoked cheese
salt and pepper to taste

Put water in a pot and boil it with salt. When it boils, add the macaroni and let them boil until they become al dente, that is, not very, very boiled, but exactly as much as you can. While the macaroni is boiling, grate the sheep's cheese separately and then mix it with the well-drained cottage cheese and milk. Add beaten eggs, salt and pepper to this mixture. Put everything in a heat-resistant form, which you have previously greased with butter and which you have covered with breadcrumbs.
Add the macaroni and cheese here. Put everything in the oven for 30 minutes. At the end, put thin slices of cheese over the macaroni and put the tray in the oven for another 10 minutes.

This recipe can very easily become a dessert if you add a few tablespoons of sugar and raisins to the cheese and milk mixture and give up the cheese. Good appetite!


Macaroni with baked cabbage & # 8211 with breadcrumbs

Macaroni with baked cabbage & # 8211 with breadcrumbs, a recipe as simple as it is delicious, a light and filling dish, only good during fasting and not only.

Today I want to tell you about a simple and interesting recipe: macaroni with baked cabbage, with breadcrumbs. The idea of ​​this prescription of post it may seem strange to those who have not tried it. I assure you that it is a tasty and filling food, perfect for Lent and beyond. In a way, it can be considered that this food is the good but more saturated sister, with more carbohydrates, of the well-known and popular hardened cabbage.

The taste is ultimately hardened cabbage. Macaroni offers more satiety and the breadcrumbs added at the end bring a pleasant crunchy note. You can use whatever pasta you want, bought or homemade, but I recommend short pasta. If you are fasting, choose eggless pasta. I used some nettle pasta with nettle. I prefer durum wheat ones because they are fuller and healthier. The taste was quite neutral and in combination with cabbage a very successful combination.


When you get tired of the dishes you have been repeating and you do not necessarily want to eat meat at the last meal of the day, you can try this easy recipe for macaroni and salted cheese. The cooking time is about 20 minutes, needing another 45 minutes to have a delicious dish for your loved ones.

Ingredients for macaroni and salted cheese:

230 grams of macaroni
3 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon mustard powder
3 cups of milk
1/2 cup finely chopped onion
1 bay leaf
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1 egg tied
340 grams of grated cheddar cheese
1 teaspoon coarse salt
freshly ground black pepper

3 tablespoons butter
1 cup breadcrumbs

4 steps to prepare macaroni and salted cheese

1. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, add water to a large pot and salt and bring to a boil. Add the pasta and cook al dente.

2. In another saucepan, melt the butter. Add the flour and mustard powder and mix for about 5 minutes. Be careful not to get lumpy at all. Add the milk, onion, bay leaf and paprika. Bring to the boil for 10 minutes, then remove the bay leaf.

3. Add the egg to the liquid composition, as well as 3/4 of the grated cheddar cheese. Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Add the macaroni to the pot, turn off the heat, then pour the composition into a heat-resistant container. Sprinkle the remaining cheese.

4. To make the topping, melt the butter in a pan and add the breadcrumbs. Pour this composition over the macaroni and place in the oven for 30 minutes. Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes before serving.


Savarine with breadcrumbs

I love savarins, when I was in high school I bought two of them and sat down at a more secluded table so that no one would see me eating them :). I would say that the situation hasn't changed much, only that now I'm tired of the ones I bought that don't have anything of the taste from long ago (or maybe I didn't find the right confectionery) I make them at home and eat as much as I want, I even put pictures on net for everyone to see :)).

The recipe below is very simple, I have another version on the blog but without breadcrumbs. This is just as easy to do as if the taste is close to childhood. I did not specify the weight I used as a unit of measure spoon (as in the past) :)

Ingredients for 14 pieces classic shapes:

1. Mix the egg whites with the sugar until you get a glossy meringue, gradually add the yolks, mix well and then gradually add the flour mixed with breadcrumbs, stirring lightly over the head. Fill the savarine forms about 3/4 well greased with water and bake at 180 degrees for 10 minutes.


2. Let them cool a bit and then take them out with a toothpick, so they don't break easily.


3. We make the syrup from 250ml of water and 150g of sugar, let it boil and then we add a little rum essence.
4. 500ml whipping cream mix well with 4-5 tablespoons of sugar.

5. Cut the savarine lids with a serrated knife and syrup the savarins well with a spoon and then fill them with whipped cream.

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Papanasi with a mixture of cheese and breadcrumbs

What could be better for the dessert portion than the famous ones papanasi with a mixture of cheese and breadcrumbs?

[Papanas are a kind of dessert made from sweet cottage cheese, eggs, flour, semolina, breadcrumbs and sugar. They are normally served with cream and jam or jam, but are also served sprinkled with sugar.
Papanas are a traditional dessert. It is possible that this word comes from the Latin papa, which means (among other things) "baby food"]. & # 8211 by Wikipedia.
Whenever I make desserts with cheese (pies, spaghetti, croissants or cakes), I like to combine cottage cheese
fresh with salted cheese, especially with telemea. The taste is particularly sweet + salty, but not overly salty.
Combine about one part salted cheese with two or three parts fresh cheese.
I did the same for these papanasi and they came out special compared to another time when I prepared them only with fresh cow's cheese.

And from the category of traditional cheese recipes, I also recommend it Dobrogean pie recipe.

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Walnut macaroni (simple, fasting recipe)

This simple recipe by macaroni with walnuts it always reminds me of my childhood, of my grandparents, of the days when I played without worries. Although I am now a mother, I can't help but become a child every time I eat mewalnut carts, so in the old days.

When I was a child, my brother and I remember that the only pasta recipes that were prepared at home were this and the one with cheese (see the recipe here). I can't say now which is my favorite. Both have their own charm and taste. Usually, the recipe for walnut pasta was made more on fasting days over the year. And the one with the rest of the cheese.

In my childhood, cheese was a luxury, but you read that right, cheese, butter and many other ingredients that are so accessible today, at that time were a luxury for many families. So, statistically speaking, although I did not do calculations, I think both recipes were cooked proportionally the same.

Maybe even with walnuts more often because we have nuts in the yard and so we got their fruit for free and we had it at our discretion all year round. Not to mention that not only the fact that the nut was accessible made this recipe to be prepared more often but also the fact that it is made incredibly easy.

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So easy for a long time I hesitated to write the recipe on the blog on the grounds that it is too simple and that I have little to say about it. In addition, it is a versatile recipe in the sense that you can put as much walnut as you want and as much sugar as you like. In the past, I saved even on these ingredients, but today I prepare the recipe using them in larger quantities.

So, I think that maybe it would be better not to write a certain amount of ingredients now, but just to say what they are and how they are prepared. The rest you will adapt to your taste. If you are a big nut lover, you will put more. Or vice versa. Same with sugar. More or less. I haven't tried the honey version but of course you can use it instead of sugar without any problems. So remember, the quantities in the recipe are approximate.


Macaroni pudding with cheese

Macaroni pudding with cheese is perhaps one of the most prepared and loved recipes in the world. I make them classically, according to the recipe inherited from my mother, which never fails. Although it seems trivial, macaroni pudding with cheese saves you from any situation that requires a quick and tasty preparation.


Pasta with nuts and breadcrumbs

When I was a child and I asked my mother to make us something sweet, she made me this "dessert" because it was very fast and filling.

1. Boil the pasta according to the instructions on the package, drain the water, then mix it with a tablespoon of butter.
2. Fry the walnuts in a Teflon pan for 1-2 minutes, then cut them into suitable pieces.
3. In a pan, brown the breadcrumbs with the sugar, stirring constantly. Be careful not to burn it! After firing, add the walnuts.
4. Put the breadcrumbs with walnuts, cinnamon and rum to taste.
5. You can serve hot or cold.

Pasta with breadcrumbs and nuts

Boil the pasta in salted water and then drain and rinse with cold water in a strainer.


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