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I learned this in North Italy | I learned this in North Italy This traditional spring pie is so good and easy to make, after you see it you will add it to your cookbook! Made with... | By Chef Lorenzo's Suburban Chaos | I have my pie crust here. Look at this beauty. How it unravels perfectly. I come now with my creamed spinach. Okay? This is a traditional Italian recipe that we do for Easter. All right? And I'm super excited to show you. Okay? Put that all goodness of cream spinach in there. Look at that. Gorgeous. Now we want to Spread it out just like that. We want to do it like a nice layer of this spinach. Look how easily you know this is super easy. It takes just a few seconds to make this beautiful pie. You know for Easter everyone will love this. Right now. I have some a cotta. Okay some ricotta cheese. And we're just going to add it you know like a few few slices all in there. You see? Yeah right? There you go. There you go. Look at those ricotta slices. All right? Don't need to be perfect just like that. There you go. You cut it you know like it was mozzarella but this is super creamy. Right? There you go. And we want to put about this much. Okay? We want to spread these two on top. We want to make a nice layer of this beauty. Okay? Look at that. Beautiful. Now, for the most important part, to get that Italian flavor, we have some ground nutmeg. All right? Do not exaggerate with the nutmeg because it's actually a hallucinogic. Alright? You know, if you eat too much quantity, you know, you go to the moon. Now, on top of this beautiful mixture already, we have some Parmesan grated. Okay, we pour this all on top of the nutmeg. You know, to give it a nice flavor, there you go here. Just this beauty all in there and now to close this off we have a little bit more of the cream spinach and when I you know enclose all of this alright but this is just a thin layer you know to make you know to make our cake you know nice and combined have all the layers in there look at that alright now that we spray this with our nice spinach. Look at that. What we want to do, so this is optional but I can I want to put some crushed red peppers but this is optional, okay? There you go. So my cream spinach had the garlic already so I didn't add the any but eh you know if if you're making with your normal spinach yourself, just add the garlic. Now, we want to make sure that we have some holes. So take your ice cream scooper. Okay? And you make let's say four holes. All right? We'll make four holes and we're going to fill those with something special. All right? There we go. Make a nice holes. Make it a little bit bigger, right? Make it bigger, nice and big because we're about to put something delicious in there. All right, check this out. I have here 4 eggs, all right? One is for later. So we want to crack this on the floor. All right? So you know the shell doesn't go in there. And just pour the eggs in those delicious mixture. This is called Pasqualina cake. All right? For Easter. All right? So you know this is for Easter and that's why I have the eggs. So four eggs in there. There you go. Beautiful. You see no eggshells in there. Now we finish with some black pepper. Put off your paste. There you go. Like a lot and just some salt. Just a little bit. Voila. Just a nice sprinkle of salt. And if you remember at the start we had this beautiful pie crust. We unraveled this. Just like that and we go closing see make sure you open it up and we enclose all this beautiful goodness right in there see it just do like that alright perfect Okay, now we have our rustic. Crack it. Put it there. We have a whisk. We give it a nice. So, this is a brush but we give it a whisk with the brush. You know? Now, we do our nice egg wish on top and this is going to make sure that our pie becomes nice and translucent just like that there you go now since this got a lot of moisture alright this is what you want to do you want to do a few cuts in there alright so you can make kind of any decoration you want we're going to do like an egg alright because is Easter. But this is just you know to let the moisture go out. You see? No need to do anything fancy. Oh I grabbed one. That's fine. It's the slice I'm going to eat. There you go. See? And this is here. We added to the egg wish. There you go. Here. Let's brush it off. Look at this. Beautiful. Even more shiny egg wish. And now just a little bit of salt on top. You can use corn salt here, just a touch and now we bake this in the oven at 350 for about 25, 35 minutes. See you later. Look at this gorgeousness. Okay. Now, before did the presentation police come knocking on my door, you know, you can do it better, right? Look at that. You know, because my my paste, my pie grass wasn't as, you know, as as high as should've been. But, you know, for for, I think we did good. Now, let's see the results. Here. That's a nice crunch. Look at that. Check this beauty out. Look at that. Traditional. This is called torta Pasqualina. Okay? This is the US version of the torta Pasqualina. Make this you know if your parents are from Italy they'll be surprised. They'll be like I never taught you that. How where did you learn? You say Lorenzo told me. Huh? All right let's try. Let's try. It's gotta be good. I'm very happy about the result. All thing consider you know. There you go. Voila. Nice and crunchy, ricotta, spinach. Easy, easy and delicious. You know, maximum reward, minimum effort. Mm. And check the yolk. Look at that. How nice and creamy this is.
I learned this in North Italy | I learned this in North Italy This traditional spring pie is so good and easy to make, after you see it you will add it to your cookbook! Made with... | By Chef Lorenzo's Suburban Chaos | I have my pie crust here. Look at this beauty. How it unravels perfectly. I come now with my creamed spinach. Okay? This is a traditional Italian recipe that we do for Easter. All right? And I'm super excited to show you. Okay? Put that all goodness of cream spinach in there. Look at that. Gorgeous. Now we want to Spread it out just like that. We want to do it like a nice layer of this spinach. Look how easily you know this is super easy. It takes just a few seconds to make this beautiful pie. You know for Easter everyone will love this. Right now. I have some a cotta. Ok
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