Half a perch
1 Red onion
3 Garlic cloves
8-10 Cherry tomatoes
Half tine of black olives
Step 7. Bake for another 20 min.
Step 8. Buona appetito
P.S. I would like to note this fish dish goes very well with white wine.
Passatelli it’s a typical dish for our region Pesaro e Urbino or north Marche. You can prepare the meat broth, following the classic recipe. Pasta for Passatelli are done from breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, lemon zest, eggs and nutmeg. It’s a perfect winter dish.
Ingredients:250 g breadcrumbs / pangrattato100 g parmesan cheese / parmegiano5 eggs / uovazest of 1 lemon /1 lemone gratugiato1 pinch of salt / pizzicato di sale1 pinch of black pepper / pizzicato di pepe1 tbsp white flour / farina1 pinch of nutmeg /pizzico di noce muscato
Before you start getting interested about this recipe I would like to warn you, It’s not the easiest one and it requires a loooong time to make it! But IT’S WELL WORTH IT! So, if you are still interested, go ahead!
Ingredients for 12 pieces :
400 g flour,
80 g sugar
150 g milk
1 pack(7g) dried yeast
30ml warm water
20g vegetable oil
100-150g unsalted butter
step 1. Take luke-warm water and the dissolve the yeast .
step 2. Warm a milk (but make sure that milk is not hot) and mix in the egg, sugar and oil.
step 3. Sift the flour
step 4. Mix all ingriedients together and knead, knead, knead…..till dough stops sticking to your hands.
step 5. Cover the dough with clearfilm and leave to rest for 1,5-2 hrs.
step 6. Divide the dough onto 6 even parts
step 7. Take one part and roll out the dough aprox 3-4 mm thin
step 8. Spread the buter with a thin layer
step 9. Roll on in roll
step 10. Take one roll and with cut it with a knife in half (like on the photo).
step 11. And roll in the “rose” shape.
step 12 When all the craffins are done, cover them and leave for another 1,5 hrs
step 13 Preheat the oven to 200 C and bake your craffins for about 20 min
step 14. Enjoy these fantastic craffins
P.S For the filing you can choose any thing you like, i do my with sugar and sinnamon; sugar and pistachios… use your imagination!