Photography recipe
Fotografía Chef Signature Chef

METHOD 

 

Israel is a melting put for lots of cultures this dish was inspired by the fact that , sraelis love fried food (who doesn´t) and love cheese so we came up with this simple recipe of deep fried gnocchi that are very light, and crispy that can be served in many forms.

  1. Mix all ingredients except the flout into a smooth paste using a...

+

METHOD 

 

Israel is a melting put for lots of cultures this dish was inspired by the fact that , sraelis love fried food (who doesn´t) and love cheese so we came up with this simple recipe of deep fried gnocchi that are very light, and crispy that can be served in many forms.

  1. Mix all ingredients except the flout into a smooth paste using a food processor.
  2. Move mix into a bowel and gently incorporate the flout – do not over work, over working will make the gnocchi chewy.
  3. Using a piping bag with a 1cm diameter nozzle  pipe 20 cm long flutes on a tray covered with parchment a paper.
  4. Place for approx. 45 minutes in the freezer jst to make the mass easy enough to cut.Cut into small a pellets 1.5 cm long and keep frozen till use.
  5. Deep fry at 180 degrees.

We at the restaurant serve it on a “ragout” made of tomatoes , zucchini, onions , sun dried tomatoes and black olive but basically it can be served  in many forms.

 

-

Ingredients 4 persons
  • 500 gr Ricotta cheese
  • 1 egg
  • 250 gr Pecorino or Parmesan cheese
  • ½ tea spoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon pepper
  • ¼ tea spon ground nut meg
  • ½ cup fresh mixed chopped herbs
  • 100 gr flour.
Recipes. The Cook & Chef Institute