Cannelloni al sapore di Birra

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Start  this recipe with a dilemma, how many people know that even with the beer you can use in the kitchen to get some very delicious dishes.???
well maybe one day someone will know give me the answer.
I wanted to make cannelloni flavored beer adding to my way of seeing the right  ingredient the kitchen

Ingredients for the filling:

  1. Beer(heineken
  2. Garlic
  3. Minced meat
  4. sausage meat(salami)
  5. Ricotta cheese
  6. Eggs
  7. Cheese
  8. Eggsplat(aubergine)
  9. Salt & Peper
  10. Bechamel sauce

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Cut the eggplant very fine, and do the same thing with the meat of the sausage, add minced meat and you can start a large part of it  fry (brown)with oil of course  garlic salt and pepper ,and when all of it get dry add the beer   let cook everything  until take all the  flavor.

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Ingredients for the sauce:

  1. Peeled tomatoes
  2. Fresh basil
  3. Olive Oil (extra vergin)

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Now add the fried you had done before with beer, together with  the ricotta and eggs and a bit of cheese, mix everything together and begins to fill the cannelloni,

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easy and fast to fill the Cannelloni  I used the sac a poche(pastry bag)

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Now in a bowl with a brush a little butter to avoid burning the bowl .. and then add the béchamel sauce

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Add the cannelloni that you previously filled, when you have filled the bowle, above put the tomato sauce

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Place  them in oven at 200 degrees for about 50 minutes or so, and then serve them hot.

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