..and I found a solution for my banamisù: I just added some coffee. And it worked 😀
E’ bastato aggiungere un po’ di caffè per renderlo molto più piacevole. Quindi, se il caffè lo mettete dall’inizio, sicuramente sarà perfetto 😀
I coundn’t go over it… or better, I couldn’t resist it!
Ok, this is not a “diet” dish, but! There are at least 2 positive points about it:
1. no salt. The (pork) sausage is tasty enough for itself, so that you won’t need any salt added
2. more potatoes = less meat. If you cut the potatoes in small pieces, you will feel like you are eating a lot, but you will eat just a small piece of meat. In my case the sausage was really small: 60 gr
So, the recipe is simple, but with a couple of tricks:
1. peel and cut the potatoes in small pieces
2. boil the potato cubes in hot water for 3-4 minutes
3. start to brown them in a pan with little oil
4. chop the meat in pieces
5. when potatoes are half cooked, turn them in a random way, add the meat in pieces and cook it all together
We should not love fried potatoes so much, but… what can we do ? we love them. And… I won’t explain you the meaning of the post title, ok ? 😀
1. pelate e tagliate le patate a cubi abbastanza piccoli
2. bollite le patate per 3-4 minuti
3. cominciate a friggere le patate in poco olio
4. tagliate la salsiccia a pezzi piccoli
5. quando le patata sono a metà cottura, giratele, aggiungete i pezzi di carne e finite la cottura
il bello è che non dovete aggiungere sale.
Rice is quantized. Il riso è quantizzato, nel senso che i suoi granelli possono essere considerati i “quanti” di riso. But cheese can be made in pieces small ad lib. So risotto ai 2 formaggi – 2 types cheese risotto – is a quantum-not-quantum thing.
Ok, enough with weird thoughts… in fact is a very simple thing:
– sautéed butter + onion * soffrittino di cipolla
– rice * riso
– 2 cheese type * 2 formaggi
just cook the rice in some broth, and add it to the sautéed
in the end add the cheese and blend
As you can see it’s a very small serving, but I’m a lover of small servings. They’re healthy and, if you are still hungry, after a dish, you can eay some fruit or a yogurt or some other light food 🙂
Languages are funny sometimes. In italian “quantico” is an adjective, but in english you have to use “quantum” as an adjective. And “quantum”, actually, is a latin word. And “ad lib” refers (again) to the latin “ad libitum”, when, in italian, you say “a piacere”.