Recipes

Pizza Nera al Carbone Vegetale con Salmone, Crescenza e Rucola

La pizza al carbone vegetale con salmone, crescenza e rucola è perfetta se volete stupire i vostri ospiti con una pizza particolare! A parte le proprietà benefiche del carbone vegetale la caratteristica che più salta all’occhio è la colorazione nera della pizza. Il carbone vegetale è una polvere finissima che si mischia alla farina prima di impastarla, ma rimane inodore e insapore. La proporzione è di 15 gr di carbone vegetale ogni kg di farina. La pizza guadagna leggerezza e digeribilità, anche grazie al condimento “minimal” con salmone fresco, rucola e crescenza.

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Butter Puff Biscuit Dough

This is a kind of puff pastry-like dough, quick and easy to prepare. Flour Academy has taken this video recipe from a very famous food blog because of its perfect taste. You can use this biscuit dough as you prefer, we are sure you won't be disappointed!  ...

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Fresh Egg Pasta

There's simply nothing like preparing a pasta dish from start to finish, and this pasta dough recipe (100% italian) from GialloZafferano, Italy's #1 food website will help you feel that satisfaction! With this recipe you can make hundreds of different types of pasta,...

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Injera Recipe – Ethiopian Flat Bread

Injera is a popular Ethiopian Flat Bread, the bread is sour and spongy, traditionally made from teff flour (Teff is a grain native to Ethiopia). In this recipe, Oumou Bah, a famous african chef, is going to make Injera without using teff flour which is sometimes not...

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Savoury mini croissants

Are you looking for a quick but impressive idea for your holiday buffet? The mini-croissants with salmon and bacon could serve your purpose… let’s make them together!

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Croissants by Pierre-Dominique Cécillon

In this video famous chef Cécillon for Larousse Cuisine shows us how to make the perfect dough to get the real taste of french croissants. Follow his instruction in the video recipe below! https://youtu.be/x69jR0BrgNE Ingredients (1 lb. of dough) 1 cup of flour 1/3...

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Three Seed Spelt Bread

In this spelt bread recipe Titli Nihaan add three types of seeds to enhance the nutty taste of the spelt flour. The result is a magnificent-tasting loaf that Four Academy does recommend you!

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Spelt Pizza Dough

There are many great reasons to consider including some organic sprouted spelt flour in your pantry, because this “ancient grain” it's easier to digest, higher in protein and fiber, and  has a much better flavor and texture than other whole-wheat flours. Flour Academy...

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Brown Sugar Chocolate Chip Cookies

In this video, Martha Stweart makes a special version of chocolate chip cookies, a tradition that she loves to share with loved ones and friends. Unlike traditional recipes, this batter produces very flat and crisp chocolate chip cookies. Use an ice cream scoop to...

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Brazilian Pão de queijo

Learn how to make the original Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pão de queijo), a gluten free, grain free and very good recipe from south America. There are several ways to make Pão de Queijo: one method includes cooked potatoes, one method is sort of like a pâte a choux in...

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Almond Flour Pancakes

This low carb, gluten free recipe is good to people who are interested in healty product without giving up to taste. A simple and delicious almond flour pancake, ideal for a fast and healthy breakfast. This recipe is also very easy to double or triple for larger...

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Whole wheat banana nut bread

Watch how to make delicious banana bread your guests will love. This healthy recipe uses all whole wheat flour, as well as honey and very little oil. Yet it's dense, rich, and very satisfying. A very moist, honey-sweetened loaf with only nuts and a splash of vanilla...

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Fried chickpea polenta (italian “panelle”)

Frigittorie, found all over Palermo, means things fried, and the selections are endless. Breaded eggplant, broccoli, artichokes—all of the vegetables in season are coated with a flour paste (pastella) and find their way into a fryer. In Palermo, one of the undisputed specialties is panella, made of chickpea flour and cooked like polenta, chilled, and then cut into thick slices that are fried in olive oil. Fried panelle are eaten as is, or multiple slices are piled in a sesame bun and enjoyed as a big sandwich.

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Falafel – Crispy Fried Garbanzo Bean

Unlike most of America’s other favorite fast foods, falafel is rarely attempted at home, which is a shame, since it’s very simple to do, and even a relative novice like me can get some very decent results. One word of warning: you do need to know you’re going to have a craving for this a full day before you actually want to eat it.

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The best Lo Mein

Lo mein (Chinese: 撈麵) is a Chinese dish with wheat flour noodles. It often contains vegetables and some type of meat or seafood, usually beef, chicken, pork, shrimp or wontons. You can find it also with just vegetables. It often contains vegetables and some type of...

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Homemade Beer Bread

This recipe makes a very hearty bread with a crunchy, buttery crust. If you prefer a softer crust (like a traditional bread) mix the butter into the batter instead of pouring it over the top. Sifting flour for bread recipes is a must-do. Most people just scoop the 1...

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How to make a gluten-free all purpose flour mix

In the mix demonstrated here, we used 200 grams of sorghum flour, 200 grams of millet flour, 300 grams of sweet rice flour, and 300 grams of potato starch. (That’s for 1000 grams of flour mix. If you want twice that, simply multiply everything x 2. If you want 5 times that amount of flour, simply multiply everything x 5.).

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