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Roll with cheese, bacon and ham

Roll with cheese, bacon and ham

The pieces of bacon are woven in the blanket, see photo 1

Place 4 slices of cow's cheese on top of the bacon blanket (which you will like, but be thinly sliced)

Over the cheese put the slices of ham (turkey .......... put the cara you like)

Repeat, there will be 3 layers of cheese, two of ham and two beds of bacon.

Weave another layer of bacon that is placed on top.

Roll everything, using a sheet of paper. Roll a little tight, take the paper off the roll and put the roll in a heat-resistant dish (from Decorix)

Mix the tomato paste with water and put it over the roll, sprinkle green or dried parsley, put the tray in the oven for 35-40 minutes at 180 degrees.

It can be served both hot and cold.

It goes very well with the garnish but also as a cold appetizer

Bread with bacon and cheese

a kind of appetizer bread, bread with bacon and cheese , delicious and easy to make. No leavening, with baking powder.

It goes great for breakfast, with a large salad or for the work package.

1 pack baking powder (10 g)

1/2 teaspoon turmeric (for color & ndash optional)

& ndash quantities for a 25 x 11 cm tray & ndash

How come:

Mix in a large bowl: flour, sugar, salt, baking powder and turmeric (if using).

Gradually add the beer, mixing with the mixer at low speed. After incorporating all the beer,

add the melted butter. Homogenize well.

Then add the thinly sliced ​​bacon, slightly hardened and drained of fat and grated cheese.

Homogenize. Pour the composition into a cake pan, greased with oil and lined with flour.

Bake in a preheated oven at 180 C for 50-55 minutes.

If it browns too much on top, after 30-40 minutes cover the cake with aluminum foil.

Appetizer cake with leeks, bacon and ham

Because it was Saturday for a double party, I thought the party would start with one cake and end with another: D. The first being, of course, a delicious appetizer cake, enriched with bacon and ham and scented with tarragon. And, to give you an idea of ​​how good the mentioned combination is, I tell you that, despite the considerable dimensions (30 cm in diameter and about 1.4 kilograms), the cake ended as you say. & # 8220La Multi Ani! & # 8221. Which I wish you for St. Nicholas too :).

The recipe belongs to master chef Jacob Hausmann. I must also tell you that, having about 20 guests, divided into two rounds and two days (friends and family), I prepared a large cake (30 cm in diameter) and a small one (18 cm). But if you make a single cake, in a shape of 24 cm, halve the quantities below !!

& # 8211 flour 300 g
& # 8211 eggs 6 pcs. big
& # 8211 milk 16 tablespoons
& # 8211 emmentaler 160 g
& # 8211 onion 2 pcs. (200 g)
& # 8211 unt 160 g
& # 8211 leek 3 pcs. (600 g)
& # 8211 bacon 250 g
& # 8211 Prague ham 200 g
& # 8211 liquid cream 200 ml
& # 8211 salt, pepper
& # 8211 dried tarragon 1 tbsp

Grate the emmentaler on a small grater and cut the onion very small (possibly with a robot). Put (in a bowl or directly on the work surface) sifted flour and salt. Add the cold butter, cut into pieces. Mix quickly, with your fingertips, until you get & # 8220crumbers & # 8221 of butter and flour. Add Emmentaler cheese, onion and tarragon. Mix well.

Put two eggs (one, if you make a 24 cm shape) and mix very, very well. You need to get a homogeneous dough, and if you find it a little soft, don't get impatient. Cover the dough and leave it in the fridge for at least an hour, during which time it will harden slightly.

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Cut the bacon and ham into strips, and the leeks cleaned and washed into rounds. Put the bacon in a non-stick pan and lightly brown it (in principle, no oil is needed unless the bacon is very weak, you can put a tablespoon of oil). Add the ham and leave for another 1-2 minutes. Add the leek. Leave for 4-5 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Take the dough out of the fridge and spread it on the size of the form (taking care to leave a slightly higher edge). Press so that the dough molds well on the walls of the cake form (I having two shapes, of different sizes, I divided the dough into three parts, they went in a large shape, the third, in a small shape). Prick the dough with a fork. Put the mixture of bacon, ham and leek, distributing it evenly over the dough. In a small bowl, beat the remaining eggs (4 eggs if you make them like me or 2 eggs if you make a single cake, 24 cm). Put the milk and cream, mix well, add a little salt and pepper. Pour the composition over the leeks and bacon (it should come close to the edge of the dough, but not exceed it).

Put the form in the oven and leave for about 40 minutes (it will gently squeeze from the edges and brown a little). Let the cake breathe for a few minutes and serve it hot.

Appetizer roll with olives and cheese wrapped in bacon

Whenever you are up for ideas for a snack, an appetizer roll with olives and cheese wrapped in bacon will get you out of the impasse, it is so tasty and it is so easy that its preparation takes only 5 minutes, the rest is taken care of by the oven .

It is so simple and quick, not to mention how tasty and why not very good-looking that even the most clumsy in the kitchen could prepare it without any impediment!

Usually I do it when I have guests, it looks good on the set and is appreciated more than any other appetizer.

It can also be served hot with a mashed potato or a salad, but let's not talk too long and get to work!

Stay tuned for the list of ingredients, but also for the simple way of preparation!

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  • 1 kg minced pork
  • 2 eggs
  • 150 g diced cheese
  • 100 g green olives
  • 1 capsicum pepper cut into cubes
  • 1 bunch of dill / parsley as you like
  • 300 g raw sliced ​​dried bacon
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Method of preparation:

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.

Put the minced meat in a bowl with the 2 raw eggs, olives, cheese, capsicum, chopped dill and spices. Mix well and set aside.

Wallpaper a 25/10 cm cake tray with slices of bacon.

Put the minced meat composition on the bottom of the tray, press well to fill air gaps and give the shape of a cake ready to rise.

We come and wrap with the edges of the remaining bacon on the outside and put the ends inside the tray.

Put in the preheated oven for 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Simpler and faster than that! But I don't hold you back, not the other way around, but my roll has tempered and I can't wait! So I wish you good work and good appetite!