|The Italian Baker|
|by Carol Field|
Bread in Italy is rough country loaves with thick chewy crusts and flat disks of focaccia seasoned with the wild herbs of the fields.
Tip: Try ricotta easter pie for more results.
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Note: The traditional ricotta pie is flavored with ... confectioners sugar for at least 1 month. This adds a wonderful flavor to many Italian baked desserts.
The optional lemon ... were making a pie crust. In a ... cup of the ricotta. Add Parmesan ... golden. This rich, Italian holiday favorite is served as part of traditional Easter fare, and sometimes ... in your family, too.
Mix the flour and sugar together. Make a well in the center, add the 3 eggs, shortening and milk, mixing together until dough is easy to handle. ...
Oven temperature at ... rice, beaten eggs, Ricotta, sugar, lemon ... moderate oven for 1 hour. Let pie stay in oven for ... hour after it's done. Enjoy!
Mix all chopped ... uncooked eggs and Ricotta cheese in blender ... to fit large pie pan or 15 ... 3 months. Any Italian bread or pizza ... become wet underneath filling.
Mix Ricotta, pepperoni, Parmesan ... in pastry lined pie plate. Top with ... top is golden brown, at least 30 minutes. Let stand 15 minutes before serving.
Sift flour and ... lard with a pie blender or two ... pie plate. Mix Ricotta, 1 egg, ... top and seal. Gash top. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Serves 6.
Combine, mix to a soft dough. Roll on a dusted surface, knead about 20 times, split dough in half, roll each half thin (to make a top and bottom ...
Set aside 2 tablespoons egg to brush on top. Mix dry ingredients and make a well. Add oil, water and eggs. Spread crust in 13"x9" pan reserving ...
Boil rice and ... 3/4 cup sugar, ricotta cheese, egg yolks, ... one 9 inch pie pan (you will ... then reduce heat to 350 degrees for 40 minutes to cook.
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