Thursday, October 1, 2015

Here's a very special Italian Recipes From A Hidden Restaurant In Milan...feel it

“I liked the name, despite everyone else’s confusion: Potafiori. Of course, as some one who's from Bergamo, Rosalba says  refers to that ‘thing’ that once held all of us the way a vase holds a plant so it can grow. But it also has other meanings, like the verb potare, to prune, as well as pot, which in both French and English means flowerpot, but also a pan. And they are both plants and food and are offered here.”says Rosalba – florist, singer and now restaurateur so,Being somewhat hidden was intentional. which is to say,according to the chef,If you want to get this food, you’ll  have to look for them. cos those who happen to walk past the place but haven’t heard of it are intrigued, because it’s hard to tell exactly what is done there:..but this time we want to show you how to Prepare the tomato sauce  right in your house,following the instructions of an eggplant parmesan recipe. so what you need is
Slice the eggplant into thin rounds and fry them in olive or peanut oil. Slice the mozzarella into rounds. Sear the swordfish in a skillet and salt to taste. To prepare the parmesan, line the bottom of a baking dish with the eggplant. Top with pieces of swordfish, mozzarella slices and a little basil. Layer more eggplant, swordfish, mozzarella and basil, and finish with a layer of eggplant. Bake at 350°F for about 10 minutes. Serve with the tomato sauce.

for your ingredients,get them here;

0.8 lb round eggplant

2 oz mozzarella

10 oz cherry tomatoes

1.3 lb swordfish cut into slices the size of the eggplant and 3/8” thick

0.75 oz fresh basil

Extra virgin olive oil (or peanut oil)

at the end of the whole exercise,this is what you're expected to get

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