Do you fancy an appetizing dish? Maybe with a slightly magical name? With the 'meatballs of the dragon' you can try to put even herbs on the children's table, an ingredient that is often little loved. And if that's not enough, try to come up with a good story about the mysterious properties of dragon meatballs ...
600 gr of herbs
300 g cheese
100 gr of grated Parmesan cheese
Salt, pepper, breadcrumbs to taste
Boil the herbs in abundant salted water for about ten minutes, so that they soften well. Once cooked, drain and let them cool in a colander so as to lose all the excess water, squeeze them with your hand if necessary and finally cut them into small pieces. Subsequently, separately in a bowl, mix the herbs, egg, softened ricotta, salt, pepper and breadcrumbs to create a compact mixture. With your hands, form meatballs and pass them in the breadcrumbs. Put the meatballs in a baking dish with a drizzle of oil and cook at 200 degrees for 20 minutes.
Paolo Camozzi, gastronome of Cortilia.com (the first online agricultural market at km 0 for home shopping), is a teacher of the Slow Food association, which has been committed for years to promoting quality food and territory.
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