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  2. Made this recipe because we have loads of San Marzano gigante, we made a lot of passata too. The tomatoes are organic, the rice is not much and mozzarella too. It’s basically mostly tomatoes.

    Recipe for 2 people: take 6 big tomatoes. Open the head of the tomato, empty the sauce in a bowl. Put just a bit of salt inside the empty tomato and reverse it upside down, so some water can spill out. Spin the tomato you have in the bowl, prepare a pan with a spoon of oil and garlic on medium fire. When garlic is ready, take it away. Add the tomato sauce you spin before. Let it cook for a bit and let evaporate some water. Add a bit of salt, fresh basil and parsley. Meanwhile boil in water the rice you prefer (I used 80g of arborio rice) when it’s ready add the tomato sauce and grated parmigiano reggiano (or cheese you prefer). Mix everything.
    Fill the tomatoes with rice and a bit of mozzarella cubes. I used 1/4 of a 100 g mozzarella) Put in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes (or until ready). This is a very filling, healthy serving. And tasty too. I made 3 per dish and it was more than enough.

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