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Stuffed Olives all’Ascolana

Stuffed Olives all’Ascolana

Today I’d like to give you my recipe for delicious stuffed olives all’Ascolana. One of the most famous dishes from the Marches region!

You will need:

  • 500 g. green olives in brine
  • 100 g. minced chicken
  • 100 g. minced beef
  • 100 g. minced pork
  • 50 g. dry-cured ham
  • 100 g. mortadella
  • 1/2 red onion
  • 1 stick of celery
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 spoonful tomato paste
  • 1 small bunch of parsley
  • 3 eggs
  • 30 g. bread without crust
  • 100 g. of grated Parmesan cheese
  • Nutmeg
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Flour
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt and pepper

Fry the minced chicken, beef and pork in a little oil, then add the chopped parsley, celery, carrot and onion and the tomato paste diluted in a little water. Dust with pepper and a pinch of salt and keep cooking until the meat is half-cooked.
When almost cooked, add the chopped ham and mortadella. Finish cooking then remove from the heat and add the grated Parmesan, a whole egg, an egg-yolk, the nutmeg and the dampened bread. Mix thoroughly to form a compact, fairly moist mixture. Stuff the olives with the mixture just prepared, taking care not to break them.
Coat the olives with the flour, in the beaten egg and then in the breadcrumbs. Fry in a frying-pan in plenty of oil. When the olives are cooked, drain them on kitchen paper and serve while still hot.

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We are customers for the past four years. Every season it confirms and strengthens our appreciation towards the Paialunga family that runs the hotel. Hospitality, accuracy and precision are the characteristics that distinguish them. The cleanliness and service are great. Girls this year room staff were of a gentleness and extreme professionalism.
Marianiin4 13-09-2015 - 20:48
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Smithk199 29-04-2015 - 10:23
“Summer is ending and a(nother) year (spent at the Tritone) is drawing to its close.” Once again, this year we spent a week’s holiday with our family at the Hotel Tritone in Senigallia. After seven years of coming here without a break, we can really say we’ve chosen this excellent hotel as “our” home by the sea. Definitely so, because we feel at home every year, thanks above all to the family that’s been managing the hotel for so long (centuries, isn’t it, Maria Teresa?); they and their staff put you at your ease at once to ensure you have a great holiday. Don’t worry Silvia, I won’t forget to praise the spacious rooms, always clean, the excellent, varied cuisine (and in view of my size I’m quite a connoisseur) and the sumptuous breakfasts that awaits the guests every morning. And then the beach right outside the hotel, the bus passes provided free of charge by the management, the new bikes for clients’ use (but you have to pedal for yourself!). That’s enough; I feel as if I’m being sponsored by the Senigallia tourist board! But I’m not joking; it’s a great hotel and the people who run it are fantastic (we now look on them as friends); you can count on it for an ideal holiday. I advise you to try it, you won’t regret it.
FerraniaSV 25-03-2015 - 10:42
“I’ve seen the Madonnina” On holiday in Senigallia with our family this year as usual, we happened to book at the La Madonnina Country House, under the same ownership as the Hotel Tritone, our usual holiday location. What a pleasant discovery, a typical Marches region farmhouse, renovated as holiday accommodation, with just a few rooms tastefully furnished and with every amenity. But what really strikes you is the place, a green “sea” of spectacular natural surroundings with stunning views, especially in the morning and at sunset. It’s difficult to believe that this peaceful, tranquil place is just a few kilometres from the seafront (of the blue sea, of course). Try sitting under the large porch on the main front of the building and see if I’m not right. By the way, lunch and dinner are at the hotel in Senigallia, but I assure you that you’ll be happy to live on sandwiches just to stay in your chair on the porch. Stayed in August 2014, travelling with family
FerraniaSV 25-03-2015 - 10:42