Biscotti allo zenzero

250 gr di farina 0 bio 

45 gr di olio di semi di girasole 

60 gr di zucchero di canna grezzo, possibilmente, integrale 

8 gr lievito in polvere

1 cucchiaino di cannella 

10-15 gr di zenzero tritato 

80g di latte di soia (o altro latte vegetale) 

1 pizzico di sale 

zucchero a velo di canna per decorare (tritare lo zucchero di canna) 

Setacciare la farina e aggiungere il bicarbonato, il sale, lo zucchero, la cannella e lo zenzero. Aggiungete l’olio e, un po’ alla volta, il latte. Impastare fino ad ottenere un composto liscio e compatto. Se necessario, aggiungete ancora latte o farina. Una volta pronto un impasto liscio e omogeneo, avvolgete nella pellicola trasparente da cucina e fare riposare in frigo per mezz’ora. 

Trascorso questo tempo, stendere con il mattarello una sfoglia spessa circa mezzo centimetro, usare la farina per evitare che l’impasto si attacchi. Formare i biscotti con gli stampini. Cuocere per 20 minuti, fino a quando avranno preso un bel colore dorato.

n.b. x facilitare una volta pelato lo zenzero si può tritare con un po’ di acqua/latte nel frullatore/smoothiemaker 

Chili con tofu

(2 porzioni ca.) 

1 barattolo di fagioli (250g sgocciolato) 

1 cipolla 

1 carota 

1/2 costa sedano 

1 pomodoro 

1 peperone piccolo  

cumino q.b. 

tofu 1/2 panetto 

salsa soya q.b. 

passata di pomodoro q.b. 

paprika dolce q.b. 

peperoncino q.b. 

sale q.b. 

origano q.b. 


X teglia quadrata 20×24 o tonda 26cm 2/3 persone 

180 gr di farina di ceci 

600 gr di acqua 

6 cucchiai d’olio extravergine d’oliva (32gca.) 


pepe di mulinello 

Cuocere per 20-30 min a 200° il composto deve avere un’altezza di circa 1cm   

cotta in 45min  

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