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Scarola lettuce with roasted carrots

Raw scarola lettuce is particularly appreciated for its crunchiness and delicate and slightly bitter taste. For a mixed salad we suggest accompanying it with other ingredients with a sweeter flavor such as grapes, pears, pumpkin and carrots.

Cut the carrots into cubes and transfer them to a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Season w …

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Cold spätzle with baby spinach

Grown using the integrated pest management method, OrtoRomi Spinacini are ideal both cooked and raw as a side dish for tasty salads or as a main ingredient for first courses.

Blend the raw baby spinach with the eggs, nutmeg, water and salt to obtain an intense, smooth and fine green cream. Place it in a bowl and gradually incorporate the …

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Escarole and lentils soup

Escarole is a variety of endive that is particularly suitable for use as an ingredient to cook for quick and easy side dishes and soups. Famous is the Neapolitan one, prepared with anchovies, olives, raisins, pine nuts and chilli.

Peel the carrot and cut it into cubes. Peel the garlic and cut it in half, then transfer it to a saucepan wit …

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Bitter-sweet Shiitake mushrooms with basmati rice

Do you know Shiitake Mushrooms? They have Asian origin, mainly from China and Japan, but today they are also grown in our Italian territory. Shiitake is defined as the “elixir of life” and is the basis of oriental medicine precisely because of its beneficial properties.

In a pan heat the sesame oil, add the maple syrup or honey …

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Fake risotto with barley and saffron

With the addition of sautéed mushrooms, a source of fiber, vitamin B5 and selenium, we discover together the steps of this saffron barley. Did you know that Selenium contributes to the normal function of the immune system while Vitamin B5 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Chop the shallot and brown it in a saucepan w …

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Italian “torta salata” with Champignon mushrooms and mozzarella cheese

Italians love to prepare “torte salate”, pies usually made with leftovers that can be served as an appetizer or brought to quick trips. OrtoRomi offers you a ready to eat tray with sautéed Champignon mushrooms, a source of fiber, vitamin B5 and selenium.

In a non-stick pan, season the olive oil with the garlic, then add the m …

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