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Old 10-29-2015, 04:58 AM   #501
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Thank you once again, Jigen. I'll definitely try the gnocchi.

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PASSATELLI IN BRODO [EMILIA ROMAGNA]

A simple and fast recipe I prepared for the day after Christmas' dinner.

INGREDIENTS
Grated Parmigiano: 1 cup
Grated bread crumbs: 1 cup
Eggs: 3
Salt
Nutmeg (powder)
Chicken broth: 1 liter

PREPARATION:
- Break the eggs and whip them with a pinch of salt;
- Mix the Parmigiano and the bread crumbs in a bowl, then add the scrambled eggs, and adjust with salt and nutmeg;
- Mix the ingredients, and obtain a ball of dough, then cover it with plastic paper and let it rest in the fridge for 30 minutes;
- Take the broth to boiling point;
- Use a potato masher (or a meat grinder, if you want: the dough will be pretty hard) to squeeze the dough in small cylinders, 2 or 3 inches long;
- Boil the passatelli unti they start to float;
- Serve the passatelli with the il broth, with some more parmigiano aside.

ENJOY.
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Just purchased a Book concerning traditional cooking from Milan. This is gong to be fun.
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