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    Default At dinner, spaghetti with cod and fryed zucchini

    For 3 ppl

    Keep some cod and unfreeze, or keep it fresh if you live on the ocean.
    A couple of fillet.

    You will need too: a big onion, some celery, not too much, 2 ripen
    tomatoes without skin, 2 medium zucchini, some oregano, white dry vine,
    apple vinegar, salt.

    Put on the water to boil, fine chp the onion with the celery, and put it
    in a pan with few olive oil, just to to fade with low heat.

    Transfer the cooked vegetables in a masher, mash them and put at warm in
    a dish.

    Cook the codin the same pan, in small pieces, fade with the vine, add
    the mashed onion and celery, the tomato cutted in little cubes with
    their water, and low the gaz.

    Put the spaghetti in the boiling water, cut in julienne the zucchini,
    cut the julienne in half, wait until 5 minutes for the spaghetti to be
    ready, flour lightly the zucchini, fry them in very hot olive oil, keep
    them out the excess of oil in kitchen paper. sprinkle them with just 2
    drops of apple vinegar.

    Drain the spaghetti, jump them in the pan with cod, add a little
    quantity of oregano, serve in dishes and put on top an handful of fryed
    zucchini.

    Enjoy. No spoons on table, please :-D

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    Default Re: At dinner, spaghetti with cod and fryed zucchini

    Il 27/10/2010 15.11, as ha scritto:
    > For 3 ppl


    Sorry for the double post :-(
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    ale

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    ciascuno puo' interpretare a suo gusto.
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    ViLco Guest

    Default Re: At dinner, spaghetti with cod and fryed zucchini

    as wrote:

    > Put the spaghetti in the boiling water, cut in julienne the zucchini,
    > cut the julienne in half, wait until 5 minutes for the spaghetti to be
    > ready, flour lightly the zucchini, fry them in very hot olive oil,
    > keep them out the excess of oil in kitchen paper. sprinkle them with
    > just 2 drops of apple vinegar.
    >
    > Drain the spaghetti, jump them in the pan with cod, add a little
    > quantity of oregano, serve in dishes and put on top an handful of
    > fryed zucchini.
    >
    > Enjoy. No spoons on table, please :-D


    Welcome, Ale!
    A tip regarding julienne amd a question for the english-speakers:
    The tip: here julienne is used as a verb, like in "julienne the zucchini".
    The question: is this a correct usage of the term "julienne" or is it a
    tradition local to this group?
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    ViLco
    And the family stone




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    Default Re: At dinner, spaghetti with cod and fryed zucchini

    Il 27/10/2010 17.18, ViLco ha scritto:

    > Welcome, Ale!


    Hi there old "marpione"!

    > A tip regarding julienne amd a question for the english-speakers:
    > The tip: here julienne is used as a verb, like in "julienne the zucchini".
    > The question: is this a correct usage of the term "julienne" or is it a
    > tradition local to this group?


    Thanks for the tip, "it's a long way to Tipperary" for me.
    Aka: I don't have a good known of english language.

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    ale

    Perche' le ricette non sono formule, se non guide, orientamenti, che
    ciascuno puo' interpretare a suo gusto.
    A suo buon gusto.

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: At dinner, spaghetti with cod and fryed zucchini

    On Wed, 27 Oct 2010 17:28:28 +0200, as wrote:

    > Il 27/10/2010 17.18, ViLco ha scritto:
    >
    >> Welcome, Ale!

    >
    > Hi there old "marpione"!
    >
    >> A tip regarding julienne amd a question for the english-speakers:
    >> The tip: here julienne is used as a verb, like in "julienne the zucchini".
    >> The question: is this a correct usage of the term "julienne" or is it a
    >> tradition local to this group?

    >
    > Thanks for the tip, "it's a long way to Tipperary" for me.
    > Aka: I don't have a good known of english language.


    'julienne' is fine as a verb in english:

    Verb 1. julienne - cut into long thin strips; "julienne the potatoes"

    <http://www.thefreedictionary.com/julienne>

    your pal,
    blake

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