Australian Junior MasterChef recipes
2 cups flour
1 Tspoon olive oil
3 sweet Italian sausages
1 clove of garlic
1 can peeled whole tomatoes
1/2 cup half & half
1/2 frozen peas
A pinch of salt & pepper
Olive oil enough to coat pan
• Make a well with flour and eggs.
• Mix with a fork.
• Add olive oil.
• Keep mixing until it gets more and more solid and becomes a dough.
• Set aside for 30 to 60 minutes.
• Then roll out dough into sheets so when you can see light through them that’s when you stop.
• Roll into a tube and cut the pasta into fettuccine strips.
• Lay out the pasta onto a dishcloth with a little flour to keep it from sticking.
• Let rest about 30 minutes or more.
• Put water in a large pot and boil with 2 big tablespoons salt.
• Throw fettuccine in and let cook until al dente about 3 to 5 minutes.
• Chop garlic finely.
• Sauté in pan with hot oil for a couple of minutes.
• Cut open the sausages and take out the ground meat.
• Add to pan.
• Sauté until almost cooked through.
• Put tomatoes in a bowl and squish with hands to brake them up.
• Add to pan.
• Simmer for about 10 minutes.
• Add salt and pepper.
• Add the half and half and mix well.
• Add the frozen peas to the hot sauce.
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What recipes did Isabella and Sofia cook on junior master-chef?
Sofia: falsomagro and crumbed eggplant, chicken and leek
cannelloni, prawn ravioli and sauce vierge, her tomato pie (forgot
the name), duck dumplings cooked 2 ways, pettole (Italian
doughnuts), fritelle stack.
Isabella: ricotta gnocchi and eggplant salsa, nonna's cotolette,
lemon meringue cupcakes, her pie ( forgot the name as well), Asian
duck noodles/ salad, poached berry tart, roast pheasant with a
quick game sauce, scampi stunner, spaghetti in nonna's snail
Those are the dishes they plated up in the invention test, mostly.