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Ingredients (per Kornspitz:)

1/2 red pepper
1/2 green pepper
2 small, sweet cherry tomatoes
50 g minced meat
5 g (1 Tbsp.) sour cream
1 sprig of thyme
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 Kornspitz

NUTRITIONAL VALUES (PER KORNSPITZ):

ca. 370,7/1.550 Energy kcal/kj
ca. 16,9 Fat (g)
ca. 1,5 thereof saturated fatty acids (g)
ca. 33,0 Carbohydrates (g)
ca. 4,6 thereof sugar (g)
ca. 8,8 Dietary Fibre (g)
ca. 16,7 Proteins (g)
ca. 1,2 Salt (g)

BREAD UNITS (BU):

ca. 2,8 BU (1 bread unit corresponds to 12 g carbohydrates)
Kornspitz "Hole in One"

 

“A successful game is the sum of well thought-out and executed strokes. In this sense, golfing is a lot like cooking, except that I stir things up with a 9 iron and one should never mistake a sand wedge for a sandwich,” says Christine, trying to stay as serious as possible. Abundance is Christine’s motto – an abundance of training, travel, golf, tournaments... Her favourite dish? “Stuffed peppers – so, also an abundance of filling,” she grins. And, apart from when she is at home, they always taste best when she is furthest from home. “When you’re somewhere in Asia, far away from Austria, and you happen to find filled peppers that taste like those from home, it almost brings a tear to the eye.”

Well, we can’t really fill a pepper and then creatively balance it on a Kornspitz, but we can take the ingredients and put them together in a new and simple way.

Preparation

Cut the red and green peppers into strips of approx. 2 cm. The cherry tomatoes can stay as they are. Drizzle the peppers and tomatoes with a little olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Roast in the oven at approx. 200 °C (top and bottom heat). Roast until the peppers have a lovely dark colour.

Braise the minced meat in a pan with a bit of olive oil. Add fresh thyme and marjoram and season with salt and pepper.

Now for the follow-through: place the tomatoes onto the bottom half of your Kornspitz and crush them lightly. The juice will run out, releasing a sweet fragrance and soaking into the Kornspitz. Top with the minced meat, peppers, a few sprigs of fresh herbs and a couple of drops of sour cream. There you have your culinary hole-in-one, coming in well under par, an eagle rather than a birdie, a one-piece takeaway.

What more could a golfing heart ask for?

Rock the party

With the SOLETTI Mini-Kornspitz®
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