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Increase the amount of Semolina flour to strengthen the dough. I use 3/4 semolina and 1/4 cup Whole Wheat and 2 and 1/2 cup White flour. Too much hydration will add to the ripping and a tight gluten bond will resist stretching and want to spring back. To get a thin stretchy dough that is very relaxed I added a process the works well to provide a slight ...


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My usual hiking partners and I have used prosciutto on several camping trips lasting between 5 and 14 days all mid summer. We have never had a problem with cured meats not being refrigerated. They taste great and have never given any of us any stomach issues. Salted pork has been around for a lot longer than refrigeration has. However as with anything read ...


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There seem to be a ton of gnocchi -recipees floating around... so I can really only guess which ones you ususally had. But for future batches try the following: If there are gluten-free semolina you can get, use those instead of only flour. One recipe I have calls for an egg-yolk, perhaps that is what your previous gnocchi had. How did you season? Nutmeg ...


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Is it cheating to put the cheese inside the gnocchi? I've used grated hard cheeses to help take up some of the moisture from gnocchi before. If you use cheese, plus some herbs or spices (nutmeg is pretty classic, a bit of rosemary might be nice as an alternative, or even lemon zest), it shouldn't taste like a baked potato. I'd also be concerned with your ...


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Ricotta Impastata is the finest Ricotta you can use for Cannoli filling. It is only made in Sicily. I am sicilian and my sister uses it for her Cannoli's, They are fantastic!! It is quite expensive but worth the price. Hope this helps for the person that said there is no such ricotta.



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