Mammole alla giudia - for 2

Mammole alla giudia - for 2

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"If one dish is symbolic of Rome’s cucina ebraica and the ghetto, this is it. If one dish sums up my roots (Jewish, and a mum who grew up in Rome), this is it. If one dish has come to symbolise Bocca di Lupo, this is it. A fried artichoke. Heaven on earth. It is delicious on its own as an antipasto, with salads or marinated vegetables as a main, with fried mozzarella, with sweetbreads, with lamb, with seafood…" Jacob Kenedy

You will be provided with all the necessary ingredients to complete this dish for 1 person. It will have 7 short steps which are detailed on a recipe card, a youtube video, and a group Zoom cook-along.

Allergens/Dietary - All packs prepared in a mixed kitchen, we cannot guarantee the absence of any allergen. No allergens were used intentionally in the above recipe.

You will need:
A frying pan (smallish is cool, 20cm or so)
- Oil for frying in (any neutral oil – groundnut or sunflower or corn or rapeseed or ‘vegetable’) – a 1-1.5cm depth in the pan (200-250ml for a 22cm pan)
- A plate lined with kitchen paper, for draining

- Tongs

Your pack serves 1 as an antipasto, and contains:
  1. 1 mammolo artichoke, which has been cleaned and parcooked