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Old 10-21-2009, 07:41 AM   #67
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Originally Posted by panhype View Post
This thread is epic win. I'm really grateful!!!

As to requests, i usually prefer the simpler, less time consuming dishes. And fried stuff (well, that's just me). What i'd really be curious about is Saltimbocca alla Romana. i'm making that myself occasionally... well, my recipe is inspired from a German cookbook
Ich habe das original Rezept gefunden. Du kannst deine Version hinzufügen. Danke für deine Hilfe. Ich werde das Video-Rezept auf Youtube anschließen.
PS: Entschuldigung für meine schlekt Deutch, Ich bin ziemlich verrostet. ^_^


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SALTIMBOCCA ALLA ROMANA (LAZIO - ROMA)

INGREDIENTS:
12 small veal meat slices
12 slices of ham (prosciutto crudo
1 branch of Sage
2 ounces of butter
salt and pepper
1/2 glass of white wine

PREPARATION:
- Wash and dry the Sage;
- Beat the slices, to make them very thin;
- On each beaten slice, put the ham and a leaf of sage;
- Wrap them and close them with a toothpick;
- In a frying pan, melt the butter;
- Place the Saltimbocca in the pan and cook them on both sides for tho minutes and a half on each side;
- Serve hot, with their cooking gravy.
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