Here today we include a recipe ... also because what I do in my life is this: to cook! So the idea came from my trip to San Francisco along the Pier where there are many food stalls selling "street" for me amazing!
Bene ecco io mi sono letteralmente tuffata in questo "bread ball" quindi palla di pane che potevamo farcire a nostro gusto ecco il risultato
Well here I have literally dipped in this "bread ball" ball of bread so that we could stuff in our taste is the result
For the bread:
- 500 g of flour 0
- 20 g. of yeast (better if you have the yeast)
- Half a tablespoon of salt
For the stew of prawns:
- 12 prawns
- 5 tomatoes
- A bunch of parsley
- Extra virgin olive oil
- 2 cloves of garlic
- A few basil leaves
- Half a glass of white wine
Prepare first the bread, put the flour and salt in a corner of the same in such a way that does not make contact with the yeast have dissolved in a bit 'of warm water and place in the center of the flour. Knead adding water until the dough will not be smooth and homogeneous. Work for about 15 minutes. Shape into a ball, cut a cross on the surface, cover with a damp cloth and let rise for about 4 hours.
Shape into balls the size of a fist and let rise for another hour. Bake in the oven for half an hour at 200 degrees, lower the temperature and finish cooking.
Meanwhile, peel the prawns and engraving on the back. In a large skillet pour oil extr. , garlic and chopped parsley, pour the shrimp, sprinkle with half glass of white wine and let it evaporate, then add the diced tomatoes and basil, cook for a few minutes.
Take the bread balls cut off the top and dig in removing the crumb, pour two prawns per serving and a little 'tomatoes. Serve on a platter.