Everyday Dorie: Ricotta Spoonable

August 14, 2020 at 11:32 am | Posted in cook the book fridays, everyday dorie, groups, savory things, snacks | 8 Comments
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ricotta spoonable

This Ricotta Spoonable can be many things– a spread for bread, a dip for crunchy things (like pita chips), a garnish for a bowl of soup or a plate of pasta, probably even a white pizza base. It’s easy enough to stir together some ricotta, lemon, herbs and alliums and see what you’re inspired to do with it. No judgements if you just want to eat it with a spoon…it’s spoonable, after all.

For the recipe, see Everyday Dorie by Dorie Greenspan, and head over to Cook the Book Fridays to see all of our spoonables this week.


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  1. It’s pretty tasty, huh? Yours is so pretty!

  2. Are those popovers? Whatever they are they look delicious. I don’t cook much with ricotta so this was a fun choice for me this week. I didn’t half the recipe (should have done that) so I had Ricotta Spoonable so many different ways before I finished up the batch. Liked it. I overloaded mine with fresh herbs – yum. Lovely photo.

  3. Oh man, a white pizza base ! I definitely need to try that one and actually just purchased a book on pizza this week and some new pizza pans. Fab idea. I enjoyed this on my tartines but also want to try it with a bit of pasta. I love a white alfredo type sauce but they are usually too rich for me (I never say this about food lol….) so I’m thinking this could be a better balance. Great job !

  4. I didn’t think about the spoonable being a white pizza base, but why not. I bet it’s going to be good.

  5. Another beautiful picture…and you made me laugh! Great job!

  6. Spoonable…lol, eating this with a spoon makes me giggle. I should have put the oil on top but thought I didn’t really need it…seeing. your photo, obviously I did! I love reading how everyone used it, such inspiration.

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