Evening at Grands-Pa with friends to play table games. “Zombiecide” and “Mices and Mystics”. For the evening I have prepared a little recipe for the aperitif and I have no idea how to name it yeah!
1 store-bought pizza dough (thick dough)
1 box of pesto
1 tomato (or cherry tomatoes)
150 g of chopped mozzarella
A roast chicken breast.
Roll out the pizza dough, in the middle and along the entire length place the pesto and chicken on top. Sprinkle with 100g of mozarella.
Fold the first tier of the dough over, add the rest of the mozzarella and place tomato quarters all along.
Fold down the last tier of dough and sprinkle with Parmesan.
Leave the Pizza Dough to cook for the duration and you’re done!
For the service cut into slices. Personally, to keep my fingers clean (and not damage cards and other game pieces), I wrap my share in a salad leaf. It’s also the perfect dish to eat in front of the TV!
This is something very simple that I always have in my closet when I receive people unexpectedly at my house. I serve them either just like that or with a little cream cheese with herbs on it as a quick appetizer, which changes from peanuts and savory appetizer cakes which are so unhealthy.
Ingredients for a jar:
1 kilo of small button mushrooms
40 cl of wine vinegar
20 cl of water
6 cloves (or 10 juniper seeds)
10 black peppercorns
2 bay leaves
3 sugar cubes
Cut off the earthy stems of the mushrooms and wash them with vinegar water.
Cook them in a pot of cold water for 5 minutes on low heat after boiling. Drain and let cool completely.
Prepare the marinade with the vinegar, water, sugar, salt, bay leaf, pepper and cloves (which can be replaced to taste with 10 juniper seeds).
Bring to a boil and simmer over low heat, covered, for about fifteen minutes.
Pack the mushrooms in a glass jar. Cover with marinade. Pour a layer of oil on the surface, for good conservation.
Close carefully and store in a dry, dark and cool place.
Wait 2 weeks before tasting.
приятного аппетита! pronnonced : “priyatnogo appetita!” witch means: “Have a good meal!”