A new life at 67.Can a woman start all over again?

From my earlier Dandelion post you will have read that Dandelions are good for you.
A salad made with the young leaves, picked before the plant starts to flower and mixed with an Aceto Balsamico salad dressing tastes really delicate and willl do wonders for your liver.

Salad might not be for you, but try Dandelion Pizza.

Roll out a round of Pizza pastry,
Spread with Tomato Sugo,
Cover with cut pieces of Mozzarella Cheese (about 100gr.)
Sprinkle with crumbled bits of Pecorino Cheese (about 50gr.)
Lastly cover with 3-4 slices of Parma Ham,and freshly milled pepper.

Bake for 15-20 minutes at 2oo° C

Make a salad dressing with 1 Tablespoon of Aceto Balsamico,preferably rosso,and 2Tablespoons of Olive Oil. Salt and Pepper.

Mix with 50gr. of clean dry Dandelion leaves.
Spread over cooked hot Pizza,and serve immediately.

En Guete

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Comments on: "How to make a Dandelion Pizza" (4)

  1. Sounds yummy, will try.
    They sell dandelions leafs at our market, was holding them the other day wondering whether I should get some.

    PS. that diary and wheat with smoked meat however does not fit with my new eating habits
    🙂 ….. guess one could make an exception. 🙂

  2. You know what our friend Oscar Wilde said;

    “I can resist everything except temptation”

    And I think resisting too much temptation is definitely not good for you.

  3. I remember as a kid there used to be a pop drink called dandelion and burdock. I don’t know whether there were real dandelions in it, but it tasted good.

  4. Hi Anthony,
    In the first dandelion post of mine I mentioned this horrible brew that my Grandmother used to buy.At least something that I don’t agree with you on.

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