Mi considero fortunata. Non sono nata ricca, non sono nata privilegiata, ma sono nata amata. I was born loved and just for that reason I feel blessed. I’m not particularly religious, but hey, it’s good friday. I wish we could feel like being kind, friendly and goodhearted every day of the year, but, at least, in some special days, we can try to think and remind to ourselves the importance of kindness.
So. For people who believe, no meat should be eaten this evening. And a new idea came to me (from heaven?) : tuna and carrots balls, with a touch of ginger and parsley. Polpettine di tonno e carote, con un tocco di zenzero e di prezzemolo. At first I thought it would not work, but I wanted to try anyway and… the miracle ! Fidatevi: sono veramente buone!
80 gr tuna – tonno
1 carrot – 1 carota
1 egg – 1 uovo
grated bread – pangrattato
evo oil – olio evo
ginger – zenzero
parsley – prezzemolo
Cut the carrots in strips. Tagliate le carote a julienne.
Add the tuna, and all the other ingredients; some grated bread too. Mescolate tutti gli ingredienti, anche un po’ di pangrattato
make the balls and roll ‘em in the bread. Fate le polpette e impanatele
Poi friggete girandole almeno 2 volte. Turn twice during cooking.
I think you’ll love the taste ! Sono veramente più buone di quel che mi aspettavo. Easter Miracle !
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