Una nave piena piena di…

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A ship loaded with… And my answer to this childish game was always: POTATOES!!!
But not in this case!
Here how I filled my bagels: ricotta mixed with stracchino (just because I hate average cream cheese and I prefer to make my own personal idea of it!) and grilled vegetables marinated in balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil and a squeeze of lemon juice…

Enjoy, have a good Easter and Easter Monday (those bagels are of course perfect for Easter Monday picnic!!!)!

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  1. Lis

    You have me curious now.. how did you like the bagels? Did they taste similar to the one you bought at the expensive shop? Or completely different? I’m glad the recipe you read said to boil the bagels before baking them.. that’s the only way for a good crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside bagel!

    If they taste half as good as they look then they must have been a hit! =)

  2. Tara

    Fabulous! I live in Rome, but I’m born and raised in NY – home of the bagel.

    Growing up, I had at least one bagel a day, more on Sundays. For breakfast toasted with butter or cold with cream cheese and grape jelly.

    For lunch, you can make any kind of sandwich – really anything! Your suggestion here looks good… mmm, zucchini.

    No bagel for dinner though – not even I go that far. πŸ˜‰

    Thanks for giving me this childhood memory today. Cheers – Tara

  3. Monika Korngut

    A bagel with delicious grilled vegtables, looks delicious!! Happy Easter πŸ™‚

  4. Carlo

    Great recipe! Easy and full of flavor! Have a nice Easter Mrs. “Kitchen Pantry” πŸ˜‰
    Mr. Folklore

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