Ricotta & strawberry sandwich
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Ricotta & strawberry sandwich

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Easy yet so tasty & in season! Healthy too!

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Ingredients

  • 1 soft bagna, nearly all the way sliced open but not the whole way so that one end of the top still holds on the bottom
  • a bit of minarine
  • a few tablespoons of fresh sheep's ricotta
  • 2 large ripe strawberries, cleaned, hulled & cut into thicker slices

Method

    1. Take your open bagna & smear the 2 sides in with a bit of minarine.
    2. Now, smear the 2 insides of the bagna in with a few tablespoons of fresh sheep's ricotta. You can choose how much you like. I like to smear them not evenly but rough!
    3. Arrange your sliced strawberry slices on top of the ricotta bottom of your bagna.
    4. Lay the smeared ricotta top of the bagna on top of the strawberries & enjoy!
    5. ** Variations: 1. This is also lovely with the addition of grinds of fresh black pepper 2. This is also lovely with fresh rocket leaves & with a bit of good aged balsamic vinegar
    6. MMMMMM,...

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