Gianfranco Zola’s old fashioned mix reveals the origins of a new recipe
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It has been a while since the former Juventus coach used the word “mix”, but his latest concoction was on the lips of Italian football fans.
It was named after his old friend and assistant Zola.
“Mix is a word I’ve always liked,” said Zola, after he was introduced to the word by former Juventus boss Antonio Conte.
“I like the feeling of the mixture and the smell of the mix, and the fact that you can’t taste anything.
Mix is the name of the dish.”
The idea behind the creation of the new mix came from Conte’s son Francesco.
“It was my idea to make the mix by mixing some old fashion ingredients,” the former Bianconeri boss told Tuttosport.
“This time, I used the mixture of sugar, flour, spices, a little bit of yeast and a bit of salt.”
The concoction is called Old Fashion Mix.
The name was picked up from Connery’s character in The Three Musketeers.
The mix contains two types of food, as well as spices.
Zola explained that the ingredients are “toasted” and “spiced”.
It was the same recipe used by Conte, who said: “The mix is made by mixing flour, salt and sugar, which are all the ingredients in the traditional Italian mixture of ‘old fashion’ with a bit more water, and with the addition of yeast.”
The ingredients of the recipe include butter, olive oil, salt, yeast, and a little more yeast.
The mixture can be made by boiling flour, sugar, salt or oil for 10 minutes and then baking for 15 minutes.
The finished mix is then frozen for up to three months.
Zolan is also responsible for a number of Italian products.
He owns an Italian restaurant in Naples, has a business catering to Italian youth and has a son called Gianfonico.
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