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Germán Martitegui and his disgusted face for a dish of a MasterChef participant: “It’s a puree with semi-raw flour”

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Germán Martitegui and his disgusted face for a dish of a MasterChef participant: “It’s a puree with semi-raw flour”

On March 29, participants of masterchef (Telefe) had the challenge of cooking dumplings. A test that, although it didn’t seem very complicated, some amateur cooks have not made it successfullyas happened to Delfina Gayoso.

The contestant had all the lucky charm to help her: He took a photo of his cat Gordo and named the dish after his great-grandmother “La Tata”, a specialist in dumplings.

But he didn’t take into account an oversight could completely ruin the taste of your preparation.

Delfina recalled her cat and her great-grandmother, but left out a key ingredient for making gnocchi: she didn’t remember to put the egg in the dough.

“It’s a semi-raw flour puree, shapeless, with absolutely nothing”so described, lapidary, German martyrdomwith a disgusted face, the food he had tasted.

Germán Martitegui didn't like the dumplings he tried on MasterChef at all.  television capture

Germán Martitegui didn’t like the dumplings he tried on MasterChef at all. television capture

“Everything that can go wrong in a plate of tomato gnocchi is here”was the hard return that Damián Betular made to the participant on his plate of pasta.

“Dumplings aren’t dumplings, ketchup isn’t ketchup, crunchy isn’t crunchy; so there is a lot to recalculate“, the judging panel continued their criticism of the dish which was not well done, according to him.

With the photo of Delfina’s cat still next to the plate, Donato de Santis assured: “You have already understood that this preparation does not honor your great-grandmother at allbut I want to focus on this sauce.”

The gnocchi dish most criticized by the MasterChef jury was that of Delfina Gayoso.  Catch TV.

The gnocchi dish most criticized by the MasterChef jury was that of Delfina Gayoso. Catch TV.

The Italian-born jury decided to criticize something different from the rest of their peers and focus not on the pasta, but on its accompaniment: “Really, you had a long time, where You could have cooked this sauce differently.”

“Start thinking like a cook,” was the advice the Italian left after trying the cooking enthusiast the dish unanimously voted by the juryas none of them liked what they had tried.

Participant Delfina Gayoso was unable to cook gnocchi with tomato sauce.  Catch TV.

Participant Delfina Gayoso failed to cook gnocchi with tomato sauce. Catch TV.

For his part, Wanda Nara tried to comfort her and bring peace of mind to the participant after the devastating comeback: “The important thing is The good news is that it’s day one of this competition, there’s still a lot to do.”

Before returning to her station, Delfina asked if she could take a photo of her cat which was next to the discarded plate. “I don’t bring you more,” she said angrily at the image of her pet when he retires from the view of the jury.

“It’s not the cat’s fault,” Martitegui clarified to remove responsibility for the failed dish from the feline.

A Masterchef attendee snapped a photo of her cat for cabala, but it didn't work out.  Catch TV.

A Masterchef attendee snapped a photo of her cat for cabala, but it didn’t work out. Catch TV.

“I want to apologize to Tatawho used to make gnocchi di c… de la lora”, Gayoso recalled his great-grandmother’s skill in preparing this classic of Italian cuisine, whose dough has potatoes, flour and eggs. Although this last ingredient was what in this case he lacked the recipe to complete.

Why is it traditional to eat gnocchi on the 29th of every month?

THE word gnocchi comes from gnocchiits name in Italian, plural of gnocco, whose meaning is focaccia or lump and therefore designates some gnocchi that have been prepared since ancient times with flour and water.

There is a legend that says that San Pantaleone, the popular patron saint of the sick, already in the third century he ate “the dumplings of the 29th”.

The history of the saint seems to be related to the custom of putting money under the pot to attract economic prosperity. A practice that is repeated every month in Italy and also in other countries such as Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.

Source: Clarin

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