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Sophie’s fresh sheep’s ricotta & strawberries sandwich

A divine, tasty soft ricotta & strawberries filled bagna!

Tasty juicy strawberries!

I love this easy yet so tasty fresh sheep’s ricotta!
& strawberry sandwich.
 This morning, I went to the Sunday’s international multi – cultural market near the South station, ( Midi ) in Brussels. It was a long time ago, I went over there,…it was fun!
There were fresh strawberries at my Italian grocery store. I bought a whole crate for only 5 euros. MMM,…
Recipe: For 1 bagna
1 soft bagna, nearly all the way sliced open but not the way so that one end of the top still holds on the bottom
a bit of minarine
a few tablespoons of fresh sheep’s ricotta
2 large ripe strawberries, cleaned, hulled & cut into thicker slices
1. Take your open bagna & smear the 2 sides in with a bit of minarine.
2. Now, smear the 2 insides of the bagna in with a few tablespoons of fresh sheep’s ricotta. You can choose how much you like. I like to smear them not evenly but rough!
2. Arrange your sliced strawberry slices on top of the ricotta bottom of your bagna.
3. Lay the smeared ricotta top of the bagna on top of the strawberries & enjoy!
** Variations:
1. This is also lovely with the addition of grinds of fresh black pepper
2. This is also lovely with fresh rocket leaves & with a bit of good aged balsamic vinegar

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

102 thoughts on “Sophie’s fresh sheep’s ricotta & strawberries sandwich

  1. What a wonderful looking dessert, I love homemade ricotta, but have only used cow's milk and not sheep, you have me intrigued. What a recipe that just has all the wonderful tastes of spring. Especially sheeps milk as it is seasonal. PS – had some trouble with my internet browser so you may not have gotten some of my previous comments, but I've certainly been reading and taking notes!

  2. Pls pass that sandwich to me sophie, i'm a big strawberry fan and this one is really calling me, so pls!!

  3. A whol creat for 5 €, i am living in the wrong place, here i saw in a shop in the main street, 8 € for a small box and i was remarkingto hubby i will wait till the seasonis there than paying so much money.I would happily eat the lot in the plate.

  4. I love strawberries-I made some whole grain bread and coated it with cream cheese and strawberries.

  5. Our stores are are all displaying gorgeous, red strawberries and I've bought 4 quarts this week alone. Ate the first quart while I drove home from the store!

  6. What a unique sandwich idea! I recently bought my first carton of strawberries of the year. This is a great dish Spring!!

  7. I love this kind of treat, Sophie! Not certain I can find sheep's ricotta though. I'll double check at the market tomorrow. And perhaps Whole Foods will have it.

  8. Wow! This looks terrific. I love the idea of this recipe. ;-)The international market sounds like a fun place to visit.Paz

  9. Those strawberries look amazing! Would never have thought of putting them in a sandwich 🙂

  10. This looks so appetizing! Never had strawberries in a sandwich before, I must try this as its season is coming here as well.

  11. I love your idea of turning this into a sandwich! I bet it would also be great with a bit of basil and balsamic vinegar. Mmm…

  12. are the starwberries good there already? the ones we get taste like water and winter still, but your sandwich is LOVELY. I'd so like a bite right now 🙂

  13. Strawberries look divine Sophie! I don't think I have ever had sheep's ricotta – I must look out for that!

  14. SophieYour recipe reminds me of my friend Marcelle whose family was from Belgium (mom's side) and who told me many times that the best way to enjoy strawberries was in a baguette with some butter and sugar!Great idea!

  15. Sphie, this looks lovely and spring-like. We do not yet have good strawberries in our markets, but as soon as we do I'll give this a try. Have a wonderful day. Blessings…Mary

  16. I wish I could find strawberries that look like that! Beautiful. I've never had sheep's ricotta but it looks so good with the bread and strawberries. Sometimes simple is the best!!! I could eat that for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

  17. That's a delightful "bagna" … very different from ours but I could easily make it with the fresh ricotta from vintimille market … I'll wait a little longer before buying strawberries but I keep the idea inmind ! ;o)Have a nice dayHélène

  18. Hi Sophie, I've left an award for you on my blog :). Wow, strawberries are really so cheap over there. They're not that cheap at all here. 😦

  19. I just brought home some first of season local strawberries yesterday, and I was so excited! Fresh sheep's ricotta sounds fantastic with strawberries.

  20. Oh, Sophie, how delicious! I just saw our first gorgeous strawberries on the market but husband does not like when I buy them this early as they must be hot house berries. Sad, because I love your combo of strawberries and ricotto!

  21. I have every intention of making my own Ricotta one day. Now, if I could just get that strawberry patch thriving again, I'd be set. I think I'll just keep this post as a reminder:)Thanks for sharing, Sophie. Your photos are way too tempting…

  22. Oh my! This beautiful cheese and strawberry sandwich looks like heaven on earth. What a great way to enjoy a sandwich.

  23. YEs…time for strawberries and since we eat SO much of it…there is always room for more exciting recipes. I haven't yet tried my hand at a sandwich and seeing yours here…why not? It looks delish!ronelle xx

  24. Oh, YESSS. Strawberries. I found some local ones in Germany yesterday. I'm still waiting for the strawberries from Wepion. June? As soon as I find them, I'm making this sandwich. THANKS for posting it!

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