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  • Acqua pazza with mixed fish  | Smeg COM

    "Acqua pazza" with mixed fish

    Gut and scale the fish, then wash and dry them and season the insides with salt. Slice the boiled potatoes and arrange them on the bottom of an oven dish. Lay the fish on top, then dress with the chopped cherry tomatoes, oil, sliced garlic, a little parsley, the chopped chilli, wine, 2 cups of water and a more...

  • Ancient Grain Pizza | Smeg COM

    Ancient Grain Pizza

    Insert the Smeg pizza stone and turn the oven on to the “PIZZA” function.   Dissolve the yeast in the water, mix with a fork until it is all combined. Add the flours, yeast and two tablespoons extra virgin olive oil to the bowl of the Smeg stand mixer equipped with the dough hook. Start to mix more...

  • Chicken breast pockets with asparagus and ham | Smeg COM

    Chicken breast pockets with asparagus and ham

    Mince the ham and mix it with the cream cheese. Cut the asparagus into thin rounds. Divide the chicken breasts into two, then make a slit in one side. Fill the resulting pouch with the ham and asparagus, then close the slit using a few cocktail sticks. Oil the meat and season with salt and pepper. Peel more...

  • Chicken with oranges and olives | Smeg COM


    Cut the chicken into pieces and marinate for at least 4 hours in the juice of 2 oranges, half a glass of olive oil and salt and pepper. Once the hours have passed,  drain the chicken pieces and spread them out in a slightly oiled oven dish without overlapping them. Season with salt, some rosemary and more...



    For the crepes: In the Smeg blender, mix together all of the ingredients for the crepes. Refrigerate for one hour. To cook the spinach crepes, heat a little butter or extra virgin olive oil in a crépe pan or frying pan over medium heat. Add just enough of the mixture to cover the bottom of the pan. Swirl more...