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Leftovers Management. Teri Maxwell I am talking to you.

laPapessaGiovanna

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Anti-fast takes its toll, so many leftovers, and since our favourite fundie planner doesn't seem to know what to do with them,  :flyingspaghetti: put into my mind this idea of a recipe, NOT. My leftovers were some chicken breast and ham. I defrosted some puff pastry20151107_113241.thumb.jpg.acbcbf6cbd56b7took some shallots and some radicchio that in this season abounds here.20151108_115049.thumb.jpg.5f52495b3f57a7  I sauteed the shallots with extra virgin olive oil and then added the radicchio cut in little pieces and cooked for 10 minutes with homemade bouillon, a little bit of water and half a glass of red wine (I used cabernet sauvignon), when all the liquid evaporates the radicchio is ready.  Then I flattened the puff pastry, 20151108_122156.thumb.jpg.c91964c3d6a920  put some bread crumbs in the middle to absorb humidity during the cooking20151108_122436.thumb.jpg.405a4346411310  and distributed the radicchio, the chicken and the ham in this way. 20151108_123030.thumb.jpg.c9a78b66e6b3c2 Closed the package in semi-fancy way and put into the oven at 180ºC for 40 minutes.20151108_132042.thumb.jpg.b3218d1e0a4690  And this time I even remembered to take a pic of the dish  :my_biggrin:20151108_132213.thumb.jpg.77d4a803abb5c0

 I can assure it was delicious and I'm nearly sure Stevhovah wouldn't approve  :naughty: 

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Curious

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That looks delicious!   I saw you had started a blog, but hadn't gotten a chance to read it yet.   Now that I know you are including pictures of your wonderful sounding food, I'm going to go back and read your other posts.

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laPapessaGiovanna

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That looks delicious!   I saw you had started a blog, but hadn't gotten a chance to read it yet.   Now that I know you are including pictures of your wonderful sounding food, I'm going to go back and read your other posts.

 Thanks  :my_smile: I include a lot of pics because I struggle to translate from italian cooking jargon, I hope pics will help to clarify  :56247957a2c7b_32(17):

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Cartmann99

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That is some tasty goodness. :56247955dd693_32(12): I assume the wine was from the family vineyard, right?

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That is some tasty goodness. :56247955dd693_32(12): I assume the wine was from the family vineyard, right?

right

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 Thanks  :my_smile: I include a lot of pics because I struggle to translate from italian cooking jargon, I hope pics will help to clarify  :56247957a2c7b_32(17):

It's all crystal clear so far! Looks delicious and a great idea for anti-fast season. :)

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