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  • Beet Pasta with Brussels Sprouts, Goat Cheese and Toasted Pine Nuts | Smeg US

    BEET PASTA WITH BRUSSELS SPROUTS, GOAT CHEESE AND TOASTED PINE NUTS

    For the sauce: Pour in the water and add the beets to the Smeg blender. Blend until smooth, adding more water if needed. Add the butter to a medium skillet. Cook the butter over high heat until it becomes brown, about 1 minute. Add the beet puree to the skillet and stir to combine. For the topping: more...

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  • Cappelletti  | Smeg US

    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 US

    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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  • Golden Yellow Turmeric Pasta Dough  | Smeg US

    GOLDEN YELLOW TURMERIC PASTA DOUGH

    For the dough: Attach the dough hook to the Smeg stand mixer and add the flour, salt, eggs and turmeric powder to the bowl. Mix on speed 1 for 3-5 minutes until the mixture comes together as a ball, adding a spoonful of water at a time if the mixture is dry or extra flour if the dough is sticky.  Wrap more...

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  • Passatelli noodles in broth | Smeg US

    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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