Sauté di vongole con tortino di broccoletti.
Ingredienti: vongole 2 kg, broccolo baresi 1 kg, 3 uova, vino bianco, cipolla, aglio, prezzemolo, olio extravergine d’oliva, sale, pepe.
Esecuzione: lessare le cime dei broccoli, rosolarle in una padella con olio, sale e cipolla tritata, conservarne qualcuna, e passare le altre al mixer aggiungendo un po’ d’acqua di cottura per rendere il passato più morbido.
Incorporarvi i tuorli delle uova, gli albumi montati a neve, versare il composto ottenuto in uno stampo rettangolare leggermente unto e cuocere il tortino a bagnomaria nel forno già caldo a 160° per circa un’ora.
Frattanto lavare le vongole e aprirle in una padella con aglio, olio, vino e prezzemolo. Quando saranno tutte aperte sgusciarle e raccoglierle in una ciotola con il liquido di cottura.
Sformare il tortino sul piatto da portata e guarnirlo con le vongole saltate in una padella con poco olio insieme alle cime…
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Evans previously pleaded guilty to violating the Constitution by using objectively unreasonable force against an arrestee. When he entered his guilty plea, Evans admitted that on May 31, 2020, while he was working as a part of the LMPD Special Response Team, he followed a group of individuals around downtown Louisville to execute arrests for unlawful assembly and violations of curfew. At an intersection, a person in the group surrendered for arrest by getting on his knees and placing his hands in the air. While that person was kneeling in this position, Evans struck him in the back of the head with a riot stick, which created a wound on the back of the kneeling victim’s head. The victim fell forward and was taken into custody by other LMPD officers.
“Former officer Evans abused his authority by violently retaliating against a surrendering arrestee who had been exercising his First Amendment rights during a demonstration in Louisville, during the racial justice demonstrations in the spring of 2020,” said Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke for the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. “The Justice Department will continue to hold accountable officers who violate their oath and the Constitution.”