Siena’s Lemonade Pop Cycles
1 bottle of fresh water
6 big yellow Positano lemons
˝ cup sugar
1. Washed lemons;
2. A little rest of the lemons;
3. Squeeze the lemons and get their juice;
4. In a big bowls we mixed the water, mix the lemon juice plus the sugar; mix it;
5. Pour it in the pop cycle mold;
6. Freeze it for 3hours for a great afternoon snack.
Lemon Pop Cycles are a great spring & summer snack. And they are full of vitamin C and they taste good too!
Chloe Lucia’s Pizza
Make or buy your dough, I like Tre Sorelle’s pizza dough recipe. Spread it out on pizza pan, add diced garlic and oil and maybe even some parsley. Add tomato sauce, put in oven. And some more oil and maybe some fresh tomato too! Top with Mozzarella (during the last moment of baking). Bake at 300 degrees until crispy.
Courtesy of Le Tre Sorelle, Positano
1 liter water
1.5 kg flour
30g extra virgin olive oil
In a large bowl, mix the yeast in the water until fully dissolved. Add the salt.
Add the flour, a little at a time and start to mix by hand. When you have a smooth and elastic dough, add the oil.
Cover with a damp kitchen towel and let rise in a warm place for 2 hours.
Divide the dough into smaller balls, about the size of a fist and work briefly to make into round balls. Cover and leave on a floured surface to rise for about an hour.
Now, your dough is ready (and can be used for the next 5 hours). Flatten the ball into a circle and stretch to form a thin disk. Add toppings as desired.
In a wood-burning oven (about 300 degrees C) cook for about 2 ˝ minutes.
In a regular oven (highest temperature 280 degrees C) for about 3 minutes.