A receipt of Gordon Ramsay, again… It is the third receipt which we test and the third receipt is quite as delicious as the preceding ones… It is a book which I advise you to buy and use to impress your guests at the time of an "aperitif dinatoire", or for a "tête à tête" This time it is a receipt of muffins with Parmesan and Parma ham whose preparation is a little strange at the beginning but whose result is excellent. Without waiting more, the receipt:
- 85g butter not salted
- 100g of flour
- a pinch of salt
- Parma ham 100g, (small pieces)
- 3 eggs
- 4 sage sheets
- 40g Parmesan
- 220ml of water
First of all, put the oven to 200°. During this time, make gently heat water with butter in a pan, to mix them … I know water and fat does not mix… But I had not warned you that this receipt is a little strange When butter is quite molten increase fire. During this time mix salt with the flour. When the mixture starts to boil, add the salt-flour mixture and to withdraw fire to it. Mix vigorously until obtaining a homogeneous paste. Let cool.
Add eggs little by little to the mixture in order to obtain a homogeneous and flexible paste.
Then add the Parmesan, sage and Parma ham.
On a plate going to the oven, place a greaseproof paper sheet and made small heaps with the preparation (not more than 3 cm in diameter). Let cook during 20 to 25 minutes until muffins take a a little gilded color. Eat them hot or cold. Enjoy